Hints for Keeping a Small Space Clutter-free and Organized

Guest Post by Kathleen Crane

Many people think that keeping a small place ideally cleaned and organized is an easy task, however, there are some things that need to be considered. You cannot simply count on the fact that the room does not require regular cleaning and organizing, because you risk to turn your place in a mess. You probably dream of getting rid of the clutter and enjoy a sparkling clean space that is arranged in the best possible way.

Thanks to this article you will be able to do all this and to keep your space organized for a longer time. You will become acquainted with some effective strategies that will help you to live in a more comfortable environment where you can invite all of your friends. You also need to be motivated enough and to apply some procedures if you really want to keep your space arranged in the best possible way.

Here are some tips from Start Cleaning Services SW5 to be considered when you organize a small space or room:

Clean, Clean, Clean

You may think that cleaning has nothing to do with the arranging of the room but I assure you that it has a lot to do with the organizing of small spaces. In case you provide regular cleaning of the room you will find it easier to manage with the organizing of the room. This way you will quickly remove the clutter and you will enjoy the perfect look of your home. Vacuuming and mopping, removing of the dust, cleaning of stains and dirt are activities that will help you to keep the space inviting and cosy.

Pack your Items In The Right Way

Many people fail to organize their rooms because they do not how to pack their things and where to store them. I assure you that as long as you have one huge wardrobe, you will be able to organized the storage of your clothes, books, shoes and many valuable possessions. All you need is several boxes that will be labelled carefully. You can put all the items that cannot find their place in the room. This way the space will look vast and you will still know where to find everything that you need.

Install Bookshelves

You can easily install wall mounted bookshelves where you will be able to store your favourite books and to save up a lot of space. The bookshelves are cost effective, attractive and are easily installed on the walls. Of course, you will need some equipment before you start with such procedures but in general, you won’t need more than a couple of hours.

Make use of Less Furniture

The less furniture you have, the less will be the efforts when time for cleaning and organizing comes. You will probably agree that vast spaces are easily maintained, compared to those ones that are stuck with different items, spread over the tables and over the floor. Limited spaces are not suitable for designs that involve a lot of furniture and for that reason you had better plan this detail if you really want to organize the place in the best possible way.

Now that you already know how to keep small spaces clutter free, you can roll up sleeves and try some of these wonderful tips. Get rid of the clutter in the fastest possible way and enjoy more pleasant home environment. Maintain your space clean and organized and do not forget to check for any clutter that needs to be removed. Keep in mind the items mentioned above and devote some of your free time on these procedures.

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Stephanie Bass - September 29, 2015 Reply

This is a very badly written article that reads as though the writer was just getting the hang of English. The last paragraph makes my point. Please don’t let this happen to your blog. There are plenty of potential contributors who can write well.

Di - November 13, 2015 Reply

Spot clean as needed.

Omit a wood stove, because it creates a sticky dust and causes asthma.

Less stuff means less to buy, clean, maintain and replace. Choose the most efficient and least expensive products:

A handheld computer and clipboard can eliminate the need for a desk, chair, paper, books, files, images, etc.

Store nightstand items in a tote bag on a hook near the bedside. Throw the bag in the wash as needed.

Store items in pull-out baskets beneath furniture. Rinse a basket off in the shower and let it drip dry.

Sit on floor cushions and sleep in a sleeping bag on a roll-up mat. Throw them in the wash as needed.

Use a cutting board to dine, study, iron clothes, prep food. Place the board over a sink, stove or small fridge.

These are just a few things that are less expensive and easier to clean and maintain compared to shelves, closets, cupboards, counter tops, desks, bureaus, beds, tables, chairs, etc.

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