DIY decluttering

Don’t you just hate it when there are rooms in your home filled with furniture and drawers overflowing? I know I do that’s why I have formulated a plan for DIY decluttering. That’s right, no help is needed to make your home a simpler place with a minimalistic design with cupboards that have plenty of space for storage. Let’s look at a few possibilities.

Decide What You Don’t Need

There are probably quite a few items in your home right now that you simply don’t need at all. That might be furniture that you never actually use. If that’s the case, take it down to a charity store and get it out of your home. You’ll like your house a lot more if you do this because it will look more open and spacious.

Store those accessories

You might have lots of little accessories in your home that you think give more style to the room. Actually, they tend to just mean that your home looks cramped and crowded and they make it much harder to clean the house. You can fix this issue by storing the accessories or even selling them. 

Clear Out Those Drawers

There are probably lots of drawers in your house with gadgets and gizmos that you no longer need. Deep down we are all little hoarders, we just don’t like to admit it. The simplest solution is to get rid of everything that you no longer use like old tech. For instance, you can recycle the two dozen mobile phones that are filling your bedroom drawer. You can find out how to do this in the infographic below.

Infographic Created By My Trendy Phone

Do you have any decluttering plans? Where is first on your hit list? It can take a while to declutter, but just taking it room by room can make a world of difference.


  1. Well, I read this and tidied the bottom shelf of the bookcase. It took ages because I kept getting distracted by the books!

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