Studies have shown that clutter in your home can make it increasingly difficult to focus on tasks, and others have demonstrated that organizing your home can help you manage your stress and give a better sense of control.
Between piles of laundry, clothes, shoes, and blankets, it’s easy to see how a bedroom can easily become cluttered. So, you probably won’t be surprised to know that the bedroom is one of the messiest rooms in most houses, according to a 2020 survey.
Start with the bed and take advantage of any space you have under it to stash items you don’t use often. You won’t take up any additional floor space—and you’ll keep items out of sight.
Not only can bathroom counters quickly become crowded with makeup, hair products, grooming kits, and towels, but these messes can also make this room pretty unhygienic.
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Between pots, pans, utensils, dishes, cutlery, and food, keeping your kitchen neat can feel like an almost impossible task, especially if you have limited space. Organizing inside your kitchen cabinets can make a big difference, too, so consider cutting back on any items you have duplicates of (or stash them above the cabinets)
The messiest room in the home is the living room, and this may be because it’s often the first space you enter after walking through the front door.nvesting in a coffee table with storage space can be a strategic way to help with clutter as you can store remotes, papers, and other odds and ends out of sight.
The dining rooms are typically close to the kitchen or living room, some of the most heavily-used spaces in the home. By incorporating hooks and baskets in this space, you can create designated storage areas for your coats, bags, and all of your mail, which can help keep your dining room clutter-free.