Furniture for Messy People Who Want to be Tidy

If you have trouble keeping your house, a room, or a piece of furniture organized; you need these pieces that help you not to get out of control.

MESSY PEOPLE FURNITURE

The furniture that should be in a house for disorderly people who want to be tidy must favor the organization. Chests of drawers and chests of drawers, furniture with closed compartments, trunks… It is about each object that has its place and that this is concrete and specific. So you know where to save and go get something. We are going to see in detail how you can take advantage of the furniture that an orderly person should have.

1. DRESSER: DRAWERS FOR EVERYTHING

Chests of drawers or drawers, views or inside a closet, are one of those pieces of furniture for messy people who want to be tidy. They favor organization. The trick is to allocate a drawer to each item, grouping them by use or theme. It is useless to store something in the first drawer you want to open. And, as we have indicated, if necessary, divide the interior space with a box or basket. This is practical when what is stored is small. This way it is not “loose” and scattered in the drawer, moving every time it is opened and closed.

2. SHOWCASE, SAFE FROM DUST BUT EYE THAT SEES EVERYTHING

The showcase or cupboard is a very decorative piece that can help a messy person to maintain order because the shelf is not at hand. Everything is protected behind the door. But you have to be careful because the content is visible and for it to look it must be in order. That is why you have to be careful with glass door furniture and not abuse them. One option is to leave the most voluminous and beautiful in view and show off decorative boxes for the smaller ones, keeping in mind that what you keep inside will be more uncomfortable to take. Also, cabinets with plain doors do not visually “fill”. So they are a good option for messy people who want to be neat and small houses. Let’s see it!

3. CLOSED CABINETS

Whether for storing clothes, kitchenware, or any other object, cabinets with blind doors are perfect for messy people who want to be tidy. It is not about filling a house with closets, but about having the righteous ones. If you have too many and they are all full, it is because they are not carrying out the main concept for any home organizer: take out to get rid of what you do not use. If you store too much, you won’t have any closet space. Stay only with useful ones. For a more minimalist or neutral environment, smooth fronts or discreet moldings. The smoother the front of a wardrobe, the single handle or fingernail type integrated into the edge, the lighter visually. Also, the cabinets with mesh doors or cannage do not allow them to see the interior and decorate.

4. TRUNKS AND BENCHES, AND EXTRA STORAGE

Under a lid. That is the idea of ​​this furniture for messy people who want to be tidy: more room to store and at the same time take advantage of that furniture as a seat or a coffee or auxiliary table. In the case of trunks, it is a free-standing piece that you can incorporate into the living room, at the foot of the bed, or in the hall. The benches are usually made to measure and will help you win seats in an office or dining room, under a window or in a room…

5. BED WITH TRUNDLE OR DRAWERS

The same as with a sofa with storage occurs with a bed. The space that remains underneath is more usable with a structure that incorporates drawers or a sofa. Better than a box spring you can put boxes underneath. For messy people, the first option is more convenient. It will help them so that what they need to keep is not visible but easy to access.

 

Tags: apartment, apartment decor, furniture, furniture organized, home decor, interior design, organization

Author: Renata Kralevska

 

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.

 

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