Keeping Your Home Clean & Tidy (It’s All About Your Mindset)

 

 

Cleanliness is next to godliness in relation to home design. And, ultimately, keeping yourself motivated to maintain a tidy aesthetic is the key to success. The right mindset will be the strongest asset at your disposal by far.

 

So, what steps can be taken to ensure that you acquire the right mindset for immediate and long-term rewards? Here’s all you need to know.

 

Design A Home That Fills You With Pride

 

If you WANT to keep the home in great condition, you will do it. Therefore, it’s essential that you make interior design choices that will make you fall in love with the home. A bespoke kitchen design should feature high on your list as this is the busiest room in the home. Meanwhile, a lounge and bedroom that make you want to take pride in the home should pay dividends. 

 

The harsh reality is that you will probably let your standards slip if you dislike the home in the first place.

 

Make Cleaning Easier With Smart Purchases

 

Even if you love the property, you won’t want to spend hours cleaning it. So, selecting low-maintenance products and features that are easy to clean will deliver huge rewards. Whether it’s selecting the right shower, choosing an artificial lawn, or using automated products is up to you. Either way, making life easier for yourself allows you to actually enjoy your home to the full.

 

In addition to those benefits, it’s a move that promotes the long-term condition of your products. Perfect.

 

Avoid Clutter

 

There is nothing more demoralising than facing hours of unnecessary housework. In a world where you can sell virtually anything for money, you have no excuse to hoard items. Similarly, digital storage and assets should further aid the cause. When interior design choices include utilising walls to save floor space, your life becomes even easier. Not least if you use robotic vacuums too.

 

Conversely, a cluttered home will struggle to feel tidy even after you’ve finished a cleaning session.

 

Give Each Room A Purpose

 

It’s very easy for a room to become messy when it is used for multiple purposes. For example, if you use the dining table to eat and work while the kids do artwork from it, things get untidy. If you have a guest room, turning it into an office could be one of the smartest moves you ever make. Similarly, a conservatory could become the playroom or space for home exercise.

 

Most people complain that their homes are too small. If you are guilty of the above issues, the solution is clear.

 

Set A Routine

 

It only takes a few weeks to fully embrace a new habit or ritual. Therefore, the final step to mastering this aspect of homemaking is to organise your schedule. Cleaning the same rooms at the same times each week will ensure that routines sit into your lifestyle. There are plenty of ways to make the process more enjoyable, like streaming music. Get it right, and this will no longer feel like the chore it once did.

 

Finally, you should remember that the ‘little and often’ approach often works best. Not least for your mindset.

*this is a collaborative post*

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