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Five steps to make your home look neat & tidy!

By Runwal Group Posted On Dec 09, 2020
Category Residential properties

Five steps to make your home look neat & tidy!

An important aspect of living a healthy lifestyle amid the urban hustle is by choosing a decluttered life. Keeping a neat and tidy environment helps in maximising the best utilisation of space, especially when you have a lesser carpet area. It also helps boost productivity, promote good health, and create a lively atmosphere at home. Maintaining neat and well-designed homes are some of the fundamental ways for improving the mental and physical metabolism of an individual.

Ways of Decluttering Your House

These are some of the most simple ways to declutter home:

1. Always keep things back after use

Start with simple things

Often after using a particular item, you may feel tired or unwilling to keep it back in its original place. As a result, this item finds its way at different corners of your apartment. You may tend to do this for most of the items in your house, and over time, you will witness a cluttered home. Thus, always make sure to keep things snack in its original place after its use to keep your home clean.


2. Reduce unnecessary items

Add warmth

While buying decorative pieces is an enjoyable experience, you must ensure whether the product you are willing to buy will add value to the decor or not. Studies show that currently, many urban dwellers have a habit of buying unnecessary things. These products end up being stored in one’s house, and ultimately, there is not enough room for a comfortable stay.


3. Use effective furniture

Go Minimalistic

Most well-designed homes have furniture that can be used for multiple uses. It’s one of the best ways to make sure that you have a tidy home throughout the year. Some examples include sofa-cum-bed, wardrobes with multiple shelves, a bookshelf with an attached study table, etc.


4. Organise your kitchen

Go Minimalistic

The kitchen is one of the essential rooms in your apartment. From groceries to cutlery, we tend to store everything in the kitchen. Thus, one of the effective ways to declutter home is by keeping the kitchen organised. This is possible by labelling every container, cleaning the dishes after use instead of building a pile of stale utensils, keeping away insects, and ensuring the presence of ample sunlight.


5. Digitise your life

Go Minimalistic

With the right technology, you can keep your home clutter-free. Opt for electronic devices that provide multiple utilisation like smart TVs. Avoid purchasing digital equipment that can fulfil only a single purpose.


Towards a Better Future

Some other tips include receiving ample natural light in your apartment and opting for apartments that are optimally designed to give you maximum space. Runwal Forests is one such luxury residential projects in Kanjurmarg West Mumbai that can provide you apartments to live a decluttered life. Apart from providing maximum space, this project is also based in one of the greenest areas of the city promising fresh air, stunning landscape, and offers excellent connectivity to all areas. So, if you are planning to live in homes that are intelligently created to live a neat and tidy life, then this is a project you need to check out.



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