If you're like most people, you probably have at least one or two of the following items in your bedroom. You may even have all of them, and there's no shame in that; possessions tend to accumulate on their own. You may plan to get rid of them "one of these days," or you may have put their existence behind you. But it's hard to relax and get a good night's sleep in a room full of clutter. Why not have fun and get rid of these items today?
Plush toys are a popular way of life for many people, especially children, to have lots of stuffed animals in their beds. Plush toys hate to place the whole room! But then, know that plush toys are very easy to accumulate dust, breeding bacteria. If you want to put, pick one or two, and then wash often, and in the sun. Due to the material of plush toys, long-term close contact will affect the respiratory tract, especially the fragile respiratory tract of children, so we still need to pay more attention to
Too soft cushion
Usually, before going to bed we will be leaning on the side of the bed to read a book or play a game, straight hooked sitting is very uncomfortable, generally in the lumbar back cushion a pillow, many people buy cushions one of the criteria is soft, but this soft cushion will make the waist and shoulders are not supported, long-term will lead to cervical spondylosis or cervical deformation.
Green plants are respiratory at night. This time is not the release of oxygen, but the release of carbon dioxide, coupled with the confined space of the bedroom, air circulation, plants and we compete for oxygen, will lead to long-term oxygen deprivation, causing persistent fatigue, affecting our sleep quality, so it is not recommended to put plants in the bedroom.
Life is too short to wear uncomfortable shoes. Heels that leave your toes begging for mercy, worn-out running shoes, sandals that rub blisters on your heels ...... It's time to get rid of any shoes that are injured, worn, soiled, or damaged beyond repair, or that simply no longer fit your lifestyle. Your feet will thank you for it.
Left to their own devices, accessories seem to multiply and divide indefinitely. But there are limits to how many rings you need, or how many drawers or closet space you should devote to belts, scarves, hats, etc. If the back of your dresser drawer is still pregnant with sock liners, neon tights, waist-lacing wide belts, or oversized plastic geometric accessories, it's time to bring your collection of accessories into the 21st century. If you haven't worn an accessory in years, add it to your Goodwill bag. You won't miss it, we promise.
No one knows exactly where individual socks will disappear, but they will leave behind lonely companions. If the missing culprit reappears, it makes sense to hang on to a single sock for a week or two, but otherwise, individual socks will just take up space in your drawer. Toss all those lonely socks into your rag box and use them for housecleaning.
Collectibles you don't love
Aunt Mildred's owl-shaped alarm clock. The bowling trophy you won in fifth grade. Your bedroom should only contain those things you love, so if you have collections tucked away in your bedroom that has passed or were never your favorites, first, it's time to get rid of them. Add unwanted accessories to your Goodwill bag. You'll instantly feel freer.
Pillows last forever. In fact, as a general rule, breathable pillows for adults should be replaced once a year, especially if you can't wash them in hot water. If you sleep on a big, worn pillow, you're not only leaving your head and neck without proper support, you're also exposing yourself to an overgrowth of dust mites, bacteria, fungus, and other unpleasant allergens. If you fold your pillow in half and it doesn't return to its original shape; it's lumpy, smelly, or heavily stained; treat yourself to a good night's sleep with a new pillow.
Do you sleep on worn, torn, or pilled twin fitted sheets? Or cover yourself with a comforter from decades ago in its heyday? Nothing sets the style of your bedroom better than your bedding, so if your bedroom proclaims that your style is "can't be bothered with anything nice", go for a fresh look and get a quality set of sheets and beautiful linens. Get a comforter or comforter that is true to you. This is one of the fastest and easiest ways to give your bedroom a new look.
Even the most attractive bedside lamp can lose its appeal on a yellowed, worn, or torn shade. Replace a broken shade with a colorful new one, or give a yellowed shade a new lease on life by painting, staining, or even covering it with paper cutouts.
Two or three pillows are perfect. Five or more throw pillows are overwhelming. If your bed is overwhelmed by the weight of all the toss pillows, sift through the collection to your three favorites and donate the rest, or put them back on the couch in your living room.
It's a pleasure to curl up in bed or a reading chair and read your favorite magazines. Looking at a rickety pile of old magazines on your bedside table is not. Throw away the magazines you've finished reading and put the rest on a magazine rack or bookshelf.
One plate leftover from last night's bedtime snack is fine - just make sure you put it in the kitchen sink before you leave the house. However, if the top of your dresser disappears under a pile of used cups, plates, and bowls, it's time to limit dining in the dining room. Not only will dirty dishes be an eyesore, but they'll also make your bedroom smell, add mold spores to the air, and can attract insects.