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多图文:过年了 给小家来个大扫除吧

2015-02-12    来源:forbeschina    【      美国外教 在线口语培训

双语:过年了 给小家来个大扫除吧

Your Guide To A Beautifully Organized Home

Clutter getting out of hand, or just feel it’s time for a deep clean? Our seven-day plans for cleaning and organizing your home, room by room, offer a flexible blueprint for bringing serenity to your space. Each plan is organized with the first few days requiring the most work, so you can get started on a weekend. This will allow you to get a jump start and finish up smaller tasks in the evenings during the week — but you can always pick and choose among tasks to better fit your needs (and your time). Jump to the room that needs the most help or start at the beginning and do them all.

Entry hall. The entryway is the first place you (and your guests) see, and it also tends to be a magnet for dirt, mud and clutter. Tap into this weeklong plan when you’re ready to make a clean sweep and set up new systems to keep it looking fresh and orderly. The first step is to think of your entryway as a busy but temporary holding area (like a train station) instead of a permanent storage area — and find another place to store that pile of extra coats and shoes.

Kitchen. The kitchen is one of the hardest-working spaces in the home — is it any wonder it can get pretty grungy? Start fresh by deep cleaning your kitchen, including those hidden spots that get missed in a quick weekly clean, and organize your cooking tools for smoother meal prep.

Dining room. Whether you use your dining room constantly or wish you used it more, devoting some time to getting this space refreshed, dusted and organized is sure to inspire lively dinners. Need to sort a huge collection of heirloom china or make room for kids’ projects between meals? You’ll find tips to help here.

Living room. The living room can be a hangout zone, library, cinema and playroom, and even an impromptu dinner spot. And because it serves so many purposes, it often gets crammed with tons of things that belong elsewhere. Start this plan by removing unneeded stuff and thoroughly clearing the dust.

Bedroom. If you’ve been having trouble getting a deep and restful sleep at night, cleaning and busting clutter in your bedroom might help. Create a healthy, peaceful space by cleaning the air, banishing dust bunnies, streamlining your wardrobe and more.

Bathroom. Damp towels and soap scum putting a damper on your fantasy of bath-as-home-spa? Start here by streamlining and purging toiletries, deep cleaning and dealing with humidity issues. Then get onboard with a daily and weekly routine you can stick to, and keep your bathroom looking good long-term.

Kids’ room and playspace. If you crave a simpler, cleaner and better-organized space for your child, this can help. Learn how to tackle a big mess, rotate toys, start an art portfolio and deep clean — especially important for kids with allergies or asthma.

Home office. Staring at piles of paper and overstuffed files acts as a visual reminder of work, even when you’re trying to relax with your family — and who wants that? Roll up your sleeves, brew a big pot of coffee and get in there to stop the paper madness once and for all. And perhaps even more important, pick up a few strategies to tame the pileup going forward.

Laundry room. The laundry room works hard to get your clothes and linens clean, but it’s often the last place in the house that gets cleaned. Change that now by making your laundry area — whether it is in a dedicated room or tucked in a corner of the basement — clean, well lit, functional and a pleasure to be in.

Garage. Ready to reclaim some space in your garage? This plan can help. Get help deciding what to keep and what to toss, learn the best methods for cleaning up oil stains and — once you’ve cleared and cleaned — make your own storage map, so you never have trouble finding what you need again.


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