1. Do one room at a time.
So what would you want to do first? Ask yourself, where do you spend more time in? Bedroom? Living room or in the kitchen? Doing one room at a time may help you feel accomplished after the process. Doing everything at once may stress you more. Move on to the next.
2. Lessen area rugs.
Too many rugs may clutter the room. It can crowd your vision. Instead, try to use a statement rug over good carpeting. Or top bare flooring with a minimal yet eye catching rug.
3. Double up your furniture usage.
How? You may try to use and double your ottoman as storage area. Consider everything you could double space but be careful, this storage spaces isn’t made to keep and hide your clutter in. Keep things that are needed but may look disorganised if you put it on table tops.
4. Tame your cables.
Cables can be a constant source of exasperation. You may try to tame them by pulling them into a zip tie. Some cable organizers are readily available in your home stores. Or you may revise and use readily available things at home. Or if you can’t keep them or hide them, why not display them artistically? See the picture sample.
5. Velcro remotes near you, or use a bowl to organize it.
Remotes when strewn across tables may look messy. Instead, Velcro them in the side of the TV or in the coffee table. If there are too many of them, group these remotes in a decorative box or bowl.