However, a lot of people take their bedrooms for granted. Clutters are everywhere and items are mismatched. They have either intended it that way or they just don’t know what to do with their things. Yet, we have to understand that a cluttered surrounding can affect the way our mind works. If you tend to complain on the way your room is being arranged without doing anything about it, you might also tend to complain on how the world works without contributing anything good.
Understanding the role of bedrooms for our growth and development, The Peterson Group Bespoke Condominium and Residences, expert in providing luxury homes for expatriates in Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Jakarta, Indonesia, has listed some of the most effective bedroom renovations that anyone can master. Take this as tips to organizing the room you love so much and maybe even relate it on your life as well.
1. Create Some Boundaries
Just like in any relationship, things should have boundaries. It does not literally mean that you have to isolate one thing from the other. Putting frames or lines to know where to put certain items is enough to organize your stuff.
2. Provide Extra Space Within
When space is tight, find inner rooms where you can squeeze some of the stuff that you no longer use. For example, the space beneath your bed can be used for storing shoes that you seldom use or the space beneath your drawer can be converted to a book shelf.
3. Think outside the box
It’s time to review your options when you no longer have ideas for a better room. Why not use the empty walls and hang something there? It can be a lamp post or a hanging shelf for your books. Or you can customize the usually unused corner and put a study table there.
4. Personalize it
The main point of having your own bedroom is for your own personalization. It does not make any sense if you design it based on the advices of people around you. Be bold and follow your instinct on what to put where.