Does your bedroom feel like a total swamp whenever you enter it? Have too much visual clutter lying about? Want to make it all go away? Well, you can use these 5 interior design hacks to make your bedrooms feel clutter-free:
1. Keep it plain
The first rule of making your bedroom – or any space for that matter – clutter free is to keep it plain. By that, we mean that you cannot litter the ambiance with visual clutter; not even in the form of decorative baubles or trinkets. Keep the walls as minimalist as possible. Go with plain paint. Avoid messy light fixtures. All of this can make your bedroom feel the epitome of clean and elegant.
2. Be wary of your layout
If your bedroom is on the smaller side, then you have to be very careful with the layout. If you mess it up, no matter how clean the rest of the look, your bedroom is always going to feel extremely cluttered. Try to avoid any large furniture pieces that cannot fit into your room. Just go for essentials and stay away from anything that feels too large or complicated.
3. Go for large windows
Another way to ensure a clutter free ambiance in your bedrooms is by going for large windows that let in a lot of natural light. Go for sleek window frames that enhance the view outside while keeping everything as simple as possible on the inside. The contrast between the indoors and outdoors can make the bedroom feel like an open, clutter-free haven for you.
4. Use reflective colours
The easiest way to ensure that your bedroom doesn’t look very cluttered is by choosing a highly reflective colour scheme. This basically means that you must go for light, understated, and very soft hues a la pastel pinks, blue, greens, and white for your colour scheme. All of them have the ability to reflect light, so your spaces automatically feel spacious when you use them.
5. Go for alcoves
One design hack that you can always count on to make your bedrooms clutter free is ‘compartmentalization.’ You can create small alcoves within the larger space of your bedroom and use them for extra areas like closets and adjoined study/home offices. This way, you’ll have a very organized aesthetic in your bedroom space.