Are you the type to hoard clothes and clutter in your room? Out of site out of mind right? Well a cluttered room may not be helping with your stress levels this Christmas.
Hoarding is a real issue with a lot of people and can really take over your home. Useless items can clog up your room and if your are not the type of person to throw clothes away then you need a bedroom design and installation that will help.
The information below will you with your hoarding obsession.
Thinking your items still have a use
One of the main reason to hold onto a possession is the thought that it may still be of use someday. In the bedroom the main item that people hold onto is clothes. Old clothes, clothes that no longer fit, clothes that you hope to fit again. A simple rule of thumb is that if you haven’t worn it in over a year then you don’t actually want or need it. It may look as new and it may have only been used once, but this item is taking up valuable space.
Why not sell your unwanted clothes to put towards new clothes that you will wear. A bedroom design and installation may not be what you need at this stage if you are brave enough to throw or sell your old clothes.
One of the key signs that someone has an issue with their possessions is their desire to never dispose of anything that they deem as perhaps having a use. One of the most common things that we see people collecting is of course old magazines and newspapers, stacking them up in corners of rooms just in case they might be need (which of course they never will be).
Invent new Storage Spaces
There are many things in the bedroom taking up valuable space that could be converted into storage space. Maybe there is some old furniture or chair that is never used, a plain wall that could benefit from a shelf or badly organised space under your bed. All these areas can be cleverly used to maximise the storage space that you have without looking cluttered
You don’t want anyone seeing your bedroom
One of the biggest signs that your bedroom needs working on is if you are ashamed of anyone seeing it. Clothes strewn on the floor, sides and side of bed, clutter everywhere. If this is the case then maybe a bedroom design and installation is what you need if storage is not an option