How to Remodel a Room
1. Analyze and Brainstorm. Why do you not like your current room? Does the furniture clash? Is it not your style? Does it lack functionality? In some cases, you may just be bored with your old room and need to rearrange the furniture. However, take into consideration that tearing down a wall to expand a room is going to take much more money than if you change the bedspread and repaint the walls. Visualize how your ideal room would appear and how the room would feel. Do you want the room to feel open and spacious or snug and homey? Do you want the room to have a warmer feel or a cooler feel? Paint a picture in your mind of what your desired outcome is, and make sure it will be a haven that you and others enjoy spending time in.
2. Clean. It is very hard, if not impossible, to remodel a room that you can't even walk through because of all the clutter on the floor. If your room is not already clean, tidy it up.
Tackle you clothes, tidying is a good time for looking through your closet so have two piles: one pile for dirty clothes, and one for clothes to give away. The clothes that are clean and you want to keep you fold or hang in your wardrobe.