5 Tips for easy bedroom moving

Tips for moving your bedroom

When it comes to moving or relocating, it is your bedroom that takes most of the time and maximum effort. Though your bedroom is not as large as your living room, it includes goods and materials that are of great significance to you. And, due to various reasons – space or budget, you have to be a little picky in packing only a few belongings and leaving the rest behind.

Since most of the belongings have one or other emotional significance, it is very bothersome and time-consuming to be picky. Here are a few tips that will help you prepare your checklist.




1) Eliminate useless household objects

Take your time and identify the items that are important and also the ones that are not worth carrying along. Carrying less important items with you is useless—they will consume your time, effort and even money. Look for things that have no or little personal attachment with you and just get rid of them! Going this way, you will finally have only a few valuable and useful belongings ready for packing.


2) Compare dimensions

One of the most important things to do is to compare the dimensions of your old and the new bedroom. Roughly measure the floor, walls and the room volume. Select the areas ahead for larger belongings and examine if they fit there or not. If certain drawers or cupboards don’t fit in, then it is useless worrying about transporting them—even if they have some personal attachments with you. Moreover, comparing dimensions will help you to further downsize the list of belonging to carry along.


3) Leave behind large and heavy belongings

As far as possible, leave behind the extremely heavy and large elements such as beds and wardrobes. The new apartment you are shifting into will most likely already include beds, drawers and wardrobes. In addition, wardrobes, cupboards and beds, generally, don’t have personal importance. Only carry along such belongings if, by any means, they are dear and important to you. Else, it is better not to waste your time, effort and money in transporting them.


4) Get all required packing supplies

After you have decided well what you are going to take with you, you should get packing supplies for them. Make a note of objects you have decided to move and get packing supplies accordingly. Packing supplies that go with most of your belongings are bubble wrap, packing peanuts and packing paper. You should also get tape, scissors and labeling markers to clearly label your packing boxes. Blankets and towels will also help you a great deal.

Required Packing Supplies

5) Start as early as possible

You should start packing your belongings as early as you can. This way, you will have plenty of time to figure out things to leave behind and things to move. Do a few of packing each day to avoid being inundated with loads of things to take care in the last hours.

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Hiring moving companies will also help you a great deal. Besides helping you in moving, they will also help you in planning, comparing dimensions, packing and price-estimating.

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