Who does not want his dream house always looks clean and neat? Moreover, for housewives who have more than one child. Tidying up the house will be an activity that can be done more than three times a day.
So, how to keep a simple dream house always beautiful without having to bother cleaning all the time? Here are some simple tips to make your dream house look minimalist always clean and neat.
Separate Private Space and Public Space at Home
The room is located near the entrance is usually a public space aka the living room. Other rooms such as dining room and family room are also often a gathering place for people. Keep all those places free of hanging clothes, messy paper, and other items that give you a neat impression of your dream home.
The front where the visitor first visits when it comes is the part that you should keep an eye on for cleanliness. If it is pressed, provide a special room (warehouse) to hide the items before trimming into place.
Do These Simple Things as Might as Possible
Washing dishes, putting dirty clothes in a wash basket or simply returning a book to a shelf are simple things that are sometimes overlooked. As a result, these items accumulate in places that are not supposed to and make the room look unkempt. Do these little things as often as possible. Not just to maintain neatness and cleanliness, but also to not be too tired while doing it at once.
Remove Unnecessary Goods
“I’ll probably need this outfit” or “This book will probably need me later” are the things that often come to mind when I’m cleaning up. The habit of piling up items that will not necessarily be used to make your home full. If there are items that you rarely use, just keep it in the warehouse. Better if you want to give it to the needier.
Involve People at House for Clean-Clean Activity
Have or do not have a maid, try occasionally invite the children or spouse to clean up. For example, set aside 10 minutes after dinner. This will simultaneously train all family members about the responsibility for cleanliness.
Only Furniture That May Be On The Floor
Putting a pile of magazines, toys, or books on the floor will obviously make your house look scattered. Make sure only cabinets, bookshelves, and other furniture that attaches directly to the floor.
Put the Cookware You Really Need
Some housewives love to collect countless kitchen utensils. Although rarely used. Putting your collection on a kitchen shelf is not the right choice. In addition to making the kitchen feel full, your collection will also be dusty and eventually damaged. Fill your shelves only with the equipment that you actually use every day. The rest? Store in a neat storage cabinet and place it in a warehouse.
Avoid Gross Floor by Installing Two Matts
Put two doormats in front of the house, one on the outside and one inside. That way, the dirt does not spread to your floor and throughout your home. Since most guests see the room directly from the front door first, the doormat gives the impression the house looks clean overall.