Time： 2022-09-02 16:21:38
Author： Ningbo Resonate Household Products Co.Ltd
The house is the treasure chest of life. With a pair of skillful hands, you can sort out the home in front of you and enjoy the poetic dwelling in your favorite room environment.
The real quality of life is not how many luxury items you have, but how you can create the room in front of you, keep it clean and orderly, and have your own home aesthetics.
What I bring to you today is a group of practical life tips shared by Japanese wives.
If you want to make the "home" quality, you may as well learn to follow these 5-point storage rules, create a clean and orderly home, realize your poetic residence, and naturally live a comfortable and beautiful life.
First point: quantitative principle of room items
In the sorting and storage of Japanese wives, they recognize the principle of quantitative goods. The so-called quantitative goods refers to the conservation of the number of goods placed in the room.
It's easy to learn this trick. The common explanation is to keep the number of items in the room balanced
For example, if you buy your favorite tableware in a restaurant, you should eliminate the impractical ones; In the shoe cabinet at the entrance, buy a pair of shoes and throw them away; In the closet in the bedroom, buy and lose one piece of clothes.
In a word, we should keep the number of things we own never increasing.
Follow the conservation of material, hold your wallet tightly, and do not spend too much.
According to this principle, sorting out the home in front of you can maintain a clean appearance and present an orderly life scene.
The second point: the principle that articles have fixed positions
As the name implies, this is to "find the location" for the objects you receive in your home. After finding the location, you can use the principle of "labeling" to be fixed by the location of each object.
The articles in the room have their own fixed positions. The benefits of doing so are also very obvious.
On the one hand, it can avoid forgetting to put things in the aesthetic position and reduce the dependence on memory; On the other hand, it can effectively find items, saving time and manpower.
Among the Household tips shared by Japanese wives, it is a very important principle to be able to "return things to their places" for the things in front of them.
Mastering this point can largely avoid clutter at home, and for a long time, it can also cultivate the good habit of "where to take it from, where to put it back"!
Third point: the principle of appropriate blank space
We pay attention to the storage and arrangement, and we don't just want to tidy up the things in the room and put them full. Sometimes, putting things too full will cause visual "crowding" in the space.
Therefore, the best storage principle is to learn to leave space in the room appropriately. Take home finishing as a work of art for life, and the finished room is naturally full of aesthetics.
Three points are left blank and seven points are placed. This kind of home state is the most suitable.
Fourth point: classification principle
This is an old topic. Classifying the items in the room is the basis of all household finishing work. The reason why a room is in a mess is that it is not classified.
According to the types of articles, the rooms that are placed in this way will not appear very messy visually.
Smart homeowners, following the principle of classification, store the items in the room according to categories, which is convenient for daily use and saves the time and cost of searching.
The furniture thus arranged is not only visually beautiful, but also has practical functions.
Those who live with their hearts must be those who love the home in front of them. The tips they share in life arrangement are also worth learning and tasting.
Fifth point: principle of regular deletion
In addition to sorting out the articles, it is also necessary to understand the principle of regular deletion, and regularly cut off the articles in the room, so that the room in front of you can become streamlined.
At the same time, regularly deleting superfluous items can also help us develop the good habit of "valuing things" in our daily life.
To eliminate those unnecessary, unsuitable and impractical objects and those that can be left in life, we should naturally cherish them more and make the best use of them.
To sum up, after reading this issue's storage column, I hope these simple and practical life tips can bring you some inspiration for home finishing.
With a delicate heart, a pair of hard-working hands, and a brain full of wisdom and aesthetics, no matter how old you are, you can sort out the "home" and make the "home" aesthetic!