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How To Transform Your House And Workplace

How you organize your space will determine the quality of life or work you will enjoy depending on the place you decide to organize respectively. Here, we present the structure of a good space management plan.

  1. Keep it clean and tidy 

    You can’t decide what you will do with your space if a mess surrounds you. First, you need to check which of all the objects you have in the room are things you need and which of them you would rather throw up. Cleaning up the place is the first thing you must do to understand better the space you want to transform. Don’t hesitate to throw out the stuff that creates a mess. Remember that at the end of this procedure, you want the place to have as few things as possible. This way, you will have a sense of cleanliness regardless of when was the last time the place was cleaned. 

  2. Make room to store stuff 

    Once you have selected the items you want to keep, you need to find a place to fit them. You will also have to make some room for the objects you will buy in the future. Everything that is not for daily use should be kept on special shelves, drawers, or cabinets. It is preferable to use cabinets, drawers, or anything that can close to prevent dust from making your stuff dirty. If you have books, the best idea to organize them is to put them into cabinets with glass doors. Books attract a lot of dust and are hard to clean, so keeping them in a closed place is necessary. At the same time, you want to be able to read the titles of the books without opening the cabinet, so this is why we suggest you pick cabinets with glass doors. 

  3. Creating different zones 

    Having different zones for different activities is a part of the plan. It will help you decorate the place more easily. Especially if you are trying to arrange a big place with multiple functions, deciding what kind of activity will take place in each part is crucial. Even in cases where things seem obvious, it doesn’t hurt to check what you intend to do in there. For example, bedrooms are used for sleeping and relaxation. However, kids’ bedrooms also include a small office so that kids can do their homework there. If you have many kids, perhaps, you would like to create a separate space where all kids can study together without mixing their ”work” with their relaxation. The choice depends on you, but you need to consider how the different zones will be shared around your place. 

  4. Think about the heavy furniture 

    To help yourself arrange the furniture in each room, you can start by first considering where the big pieces that cover the most space will go. Going to the example of the bedroom again, you can begin by envisioning a completely empty bedroom and thinking about where the bed should go. This is because arranging small pieces of furniture and objects is easier. So, keep the details for the end and start with heavy furniture. Remember that decoration should be the last step. Lamps, flowers, pots, and vases are not to determine how the whole space will be arranged, but they exist to make the already-designed place look nicer. 

  5. Following the rules of architecture and Feng Shui 

    Keeping in mind some basics can prove quite helpful. Creating airy and sunny spaces is essential. Apart from the fact that it will change your mood, it is also vital for the place’s hygiene. Rooms should be able to ”breathe” so that all harmful bacteria can escape. Sun also destroys many of these bacteria and further helps maintain high hygiene. For more details, you can ask the advice of a professional architect or interior designer. If you have suggestions that will help you be consistent with the principles of Feng Shui, you can ask them to design the place accordingly. 

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