Give your master bedrooms a refresh. Purging clutter, setting up organizing systems, and clearing out the dust bunnies from underneath the bed will give you a fresh perspective about your Master Bedroom.

Once completed, your newly organized master bedroom will be simple, clean, and clutter free. Don’t keep clothes in the dresser drawers (keep them all in the closet), no more book shelves in there anymore, and the room will be free of excess clutter. You will create a peaceful environment where you are able to unwind after a long day. That is the goal. Make this space a calming place where you can relax. Here are the steps that will get you there.  

THE ORGANIZING PROCESS

1.  PREPARE:  Collect 5 laundry baskets/boxes and label as follows.  

  • Keep – Everything that stays in the room.
  • Trash – Things that need tossed in the trash (or recycled).
  • Donate – Everything that you are donating or giving to someone else.
  • Clothes – ALL clothes that stay in the room.
  • Other – Everything that goes to another room in the house.

 

2.  SORT:  Concentrating on one hot spot at a time, empty the space completely.

Under the bed – Pull everything out and sort it into the baskets. Try to keep this space empty and free of dust!

Dresser drawers – Pull out all of the clothes and empty onto the bed. Sort through each piece of clothing.  Does it fit? Do you still wear it?  If not, donate it! Fold and place the clothes back into the drawers (like items together).

Night Stands – Empty out the drawers and the top of the stand. Clean it off, wipe it down, and only put back the necessities back!

Dresser top – Clean it off, going through each item thats on there.  Sort though using the basket system.  Wipe clean and put back only necessary items.  This is a clutter hot spot. This is the first area people notice when walking into the bedroom! Try to keep it clear of the clutter.

All other hot spots in the room – Using the basket system, go through what’s left of the room.

 

3.  CLEAN:  

  • Clean the windows, blinds & mirrors
  • Wipe down doors, baseboards, doorknobs and switch plates
  • Dust Dressers & nightstands
  • Vacuum
  • Wash Bed Linens, curtains, bedskirt
  • Vacuum mattress/flip mattress
  • Wash pillows, sheets & comforters
  • Clean ceiling fan & lighting

 

4.  ORGANIZE:  Once its all clean, you are ready for the fun part – organizing! This is an important step if you want to keep your room clean. Use baskets and bins to categorize items.

I love our bedroom. I love the style, the colors, and the atmosphere. It’s comfortable and calming. There is no clutter and the surfaces are clear. White bedding makes a huge difference, eliminating visual clutter and it’s an easy transformation.

Make a habit of making your bed every morning, as soon as you get up.

Clear the top of your nightstand of excess clutter and only keep what you use daily on it.

Keep things organized! This essential organizer is actually a lipstick organizer from Anthropologie. Use a basket to hold the books you're currently reading.

Use drawer organizers and categorize each section. This keep things neat and orderly. These organizers are found at TJ Maxx.

Use drawer dividers. These cedar dividers created three separate sections to organize these things.

If you keep clothing in your dresser, you can still have an organized system in place. 

Tip: If you store t-shirts in your dresser drawers, this is a must have. Neatly fold your clothing using this tool.

Efficiently folding and organizing your clothing saves you time and space in the long run.

Use drawer organizers to corral socks & undergarments.

Set up a seating area (if you have the space). It's great having chairs to relax and read or watch television.

Create a cozy and relaxing space for you to unwind in each night. Keep the clutter away and maintain what you have created on a daily basis.

You can simplify your master bedroom! Begin with decluttering and go from there.

If you need some guidance with your decluttering project, we can put you in touch with one of our experts at home organization to assist you.  Just call or text us - we're happy to help: 720-314-8462