Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 17:58:39 PM. Coffee Table. By Nikoleta Michel.
We all realize the advantages of creating the bed every morning. Along with 'tidying up' your bedroom in a pinch, this neat ritual assits set an orderly tone for the rest of your day. Clearing off your coffee table every day could be similar. As one reader put it: "Clearing off the coffee table is the creating‐the‐bed of the living room!"
Take a few minutes to 'clean up #x00027; your coffee table each day, and you'll enjoy a 'clearer mind' and set the term for a 'cleaner' living room. Read ahead for a handful of foolproof ways to score a clutter‐free coffee table in no time.
Here Are Three Ways to Do It:
#1 Stay away from clutter catchallsA 'cute decorative tray' or basket on your coffee table might seem like a 'clever idea', however it actually may be standing in the way of a truly clutter‐free coffee table.
The truth is, clutter often creates more clutter‐so when a group of small random items (loose change, writing utensils, and snail mail) ends up in one spot, you're far more likely to throw other items into the mix and wind up with an attractive basket of junk.
You'll be much 'better off' making a storage spot away from your coffee table to store your daily assortment.
#2 Don't utilize your tabletop for storageIf you completely should utilize your coffee table for storage, make sure it's inside a built‐in drawer and therefore hidden from plain sight.
While a well‐stacked group of magazines or hardcover books won't totally obstruct your coffee tabletop, random piles of smaller stuff would create clearing off your table‐and clearing your mind‐a real chore every day.
So instead of nicely ordering your daily assortment on top of your coffee table, do yourself a favor and invest in a table with storage drawers or shelves so you could keep your tabletop clean and clutter‐free.
#3 Downsize your coffee tableInstead of attempting to suitable every little item you might want to have readily available on your coffee table, contemplate picking out a smaller table that only offers enough room for your essentials.
That way you could create space for the stuff you really require to have close by‐think: remote controls, the book you're reading, and a place to set your coffee mug‐without leaving much room for the unnecessary clutter you'll have to clear off every day.