Get serious and clean the room. Look at this list and decide if you have any that you can reuse, donate, or give away. Let’s do it!
1. FRAYED CROCHET BLANKETS
They are beautiful and we love them, but if you do not know how to crochet or anyone who can fix that mess, you better put it in the pile to throw away.
2. CUSHIONS WITH RARE TEXTURES
When you saw it in the store it seemed like the best. And the truth is that it is stylish along with the rest of your cushions, but if when you touch it you get you don’t know what form the back, why do you have it? The decoration is a joy to behold, but it must also be a pleasure to the touch.
3. ITCHY WOOL BLANKETS
There are people who have greater skin sensitivity and wool sweaters or blankets itch. If you are one of them and you have a wool blanket that itches, find someone who does not have that problem. It will be a gift!
4. FLEECE BLANKETS
At first, they are soft and super nice, but over time they get pretty ugly little balls and develop the ability to become a dust and hair catcher. It is best to remove it.
5. BLANKETS THAT DO NOT COVER YOU
It has happened to all of us. Buy something and not look at the measurements. If it happened to you with a blanket and it turns out that when you cover your shoulders, your feet are uncovered, it is better for your children to use it in their room –if they are small, of course–, or donate to someone who may need it.
6. BUTTON CUSHIONS THAT STICK IN
Those that have buttons, are quilted, or have studs should not be very comfortable when you take a nap on them. If they can be removed, perfect. But if not, it’s time someone else gave them a second chance.
7. BUTTON CUSHIONS THAT STICK IN
Those cushions that have buttons, are quilted, or have studs should not be very comfortable when you take a nap on them. If they can be removed, perfect. But if not, it’s time someone else gave them a second chance.
8. TRAVEL BLANKETS
On long bus or plane trips, they usually give them away. And at that time they are great to warm you up a bit during the trip. But if you took it home later and put it on with the rest of the plaids, it sure won’t match. It is also a bit seedy. To the pile to donate.