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We have all experienced that feeling when we need to use something but really cannot start to even remember where you last saw it. This leads you to getting a late start to your day and even makes you frustrated and spoiling your mood for the whole day. This need not be the case. Get things organized in your bedroom with these easy tips.



This is the first and most important thing to do. Getting rid of things you do not need and do not even use is the first step to getting organized. You will be amazed at how much clutter you get rid of and how much space opens up for you to use to arrange more useful things.

Store your most used items at eye-level

This is very useful as it will help get perspective on the things that you use most, because they are within reach. Keep the less used items below eye level and the least used items higher up.

Use coordinated hangers

This will help you know what is where and will create a nice organized finished look. Use the same type of hangers to hang the same type of clothes. If color coded, the better.


Make sure your closet has lights that actually work. So you can see and actually use what is there.

Get rid of the doors

If you live in a small space, and the closet door swings outwards, it may leave you feeling a bit cramped in your space. Get rid of the doors and replace with curtains or leave it open.

Store accessories in clear plastic drawers

Clear plastic drawers make the excellent storage for neatly folded scarves, underwear and belts.

There are plenty of ways to get organized and be able to locate things you need, much faster. The only challenge would be to stay organized. These tips should help you along.

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