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Your Master Bedroom should be your sanctuary, not the place you cram things you don’t want to deal with right now. You spend important time in here: good sleep and a good morning routine are two of the most powerful contributors to a successful and happy life. Time spent on your Master Suite is not wasted.
Create a space that is peaceful and cozy when you go to bed, and also beautiful and organized to give you good feelings as you start your day.
What could you do to make your Master Suite better for yourself?
What does your Master Suite Need?
I want you to think: what possible changes would make the a difference in your Master Suite?
- Change up decorations
- Clean carpets
- Clear off floor
- Clean out bathroom drawers and cabinets
- Clean out bedroom drawers
- Declutter closet
- Deep clean
- Fix or replace things
- Find places for (or declutter) all the random stuff
- New Pillows
- Open windows for fresh air
- Organize an area that needs help
- Paint (maybe just touch up)
- Tidy up all the surfaces
- Unpack boxes
- Wash bedding and/or curtains
- For More Ideas – See more posts I’ve done about the Master Suite
How to Pick Your Project
Go ahead and cross off the things that aren’t possible to do right now, like things that are out of your budget or things that just don’t work out timing-wise.
Now, choose 1-3 things that are left that will make the biggest difference. (Only do more than 3 if you’re list has some quick and easy things!)
Don’t focus on what you can’t change. For example, the placement of the windows in my master bedroom bother me. Random, I know, but when I think about what I can do to my master bedroom … I can work on decor that minimizes the problem, but I can’t change the location of the window.
Now tell me in the comments what projects you’ve selected so I can cheer you on!
Go ahead, refresh and breathe some new life into one of the most important rooms in the whole house.