Have you looked at home decor magazines and thought, “I wish my house could look neatly-organized like that.”? Well, creating a clutter-free look in your home isn’t wishful thinking. The trick lies in paying attention to the key aspects that make your rooms look spick and span. What the key areas to focus on? Check out the list below:
1) Choose a neutral wall color
It all starts with the wall colors you choose when it comes to creating a clutter-free look in your rooms. Light neutrals work wonders in lending a neat look to any given space. White Sphere (8P2679) is one of the most sophisticated and neat-looking light neutral shades in our Color Catalogue. Use the shade to give your room’s walls a spruced-up look. To achieve the best finish of the shade, use our undercoat paint Seal-O-Primer. The primer increases the longevity of the wall color by providing protection against dampness and efflorescence.
Install recessed lighting in the ceiling to make sure the room is well-lit and all the corners are visible. Limit wall hangings to two to three to make sure the walls don’t look too overcrowded. The same goes with sofa cushions and throws, don’t overdo them.
2) Limit tabletop accessories to just bare essentials
If you have an office set up at your home, you’d probably know how often space gets cluttered. One simple trick to keep your home office look neat and organized at all times is to keep tabletop accessories to the minimum. Keep only the items that you need regularly to avoid unnecessary items piling up on your work desk.
Invest in an office desk that has multiple drawers. You can dedicate the drawers to store specific items so that it’s easier for you to find them when you need them.
3) Use multipurpose furniture
Furniture items are undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of any room. However, they can crowd your room and contribute to the overall clutter.
The less furniture you have, the easier it is for you to keep your rooms clutter-free. One simple trick to lessen the number of furniture items in your room is to go for multipurpose furniture. For example, you can choose a wardrobe with a standing mirror installed on it instead of buying two separate furniture items.
4) Put your kitchen cabinets to use
Your kitchen cabinets are there for a reason, and that is storage. When you make the most out of the cabinetry’s storage area, you can clear up space in your countertops and declutter your kitchen.
Installing cabinet lighting can help you highlight the countertop walls and create a well-organized look. On the island countertop, limit accessories to just 3 to 4 units. Throw in some metallic accents such as chrome and bronze with appliances and kitchen hardware to introduce a sleek and sophisticated look.
Choose interior and exterior house paints from our Color Catalogue
Make your home look well-organized from the inside out with the right wall colors. Explore and choose some of the neat-looking wall colors from our Color Catalogue at https://www.bergernepal.com/colorcatalogue/index.