With layers and layers of fabric, it’s easy for a bedroom to get stuffy. But now that Fall has arrived, we can finally catch a breath of fresh air. And while opening the windows is one way to let your bedroom breathe, there are a few other things you can do to declutter:
Get rid of the TV. Television can be distracting in a not-so-good way. Not only does it ruin a peaceful sleep, but it can also keep you from exploring other hobbies like reading.
Move your laundry. If your bedroom is on the smaller side, it’s best you find another location in the house to store your laundry basket. While clothing can easily catch dust, it also adds on piles of unnecessary clutter, which can be distracting when all you want to do is relax.
Remove extra furniture. Do you have a vanity or side table that you don’t use? While furniture can be nice to look at, sometimes less is more. If you feel you can get rid of what’s lying around in these drawers, you might easily be able to create more space in your bedroom (and more room to breathe).
Eliminate pillows. If heaps of pillows are making it harder to crawl in and out of bed, you might want to consider taking a few pillows away. Instead, try streamlining your bed’s look so that it’s functional, but still looks appealing.
While you’re emptying out your space, don’t forget to keep it Clean Fresh & Bright! At Triple S, we are dedicated to helping you keep your home spotless and dust-free with our carpet, upholstery, and drapery cleaning! Triple S is a family owned business with over 50 years of experience.
We have three main plant locations:
Norwalk Plant | 337 Westport Avenue
Stratford Plant | 1800 Stratford Avenue