4. Think outside the box.
5. Take a few minutes to organize
- Follow the example of IKEA. Their designers are constantly imagining and using familiar objects in new ways.
- A children's bookcase can make a great stand for flowers.
- Posters can be hung on a coat rack with a trouser clip.
- A padded bench or doorway pouf that you can not only sit on, but also store remotes or magazines.
- Use a chest instead of a regular coffee table and store extra plaids and sofa cushions in it.
- If someone in your family works from home, consider getting a table that can combine work and dining functions.
Every time you walk in or out of the living room, take a minute or two to look around. If there are signs of clutter, you'd better fix it right away. Put the book back on the shelf, take the empty cup to the sink, roll up the plaid and put it in the basket and so on.6. Add some air.
Choose tables, chairs, and sofas with legs that “lift” them off the ground, buy wall sconces that are attached to the wall etc.Remember about functionality
The best way to keep your living room tidy is to keep only the essentials that you and your family use all the time. Use the right decor to set the mood, for example, don't let your children keep toys in the living room. If there is no children's room in the apartment, then buy a large basket where the child can put their toys after using.
I hope you liked my tips.
Good luck organizing your living room!