Bedroom Ideas for an Organized Home - Organization Makes Sense Puts a New Twist on How to Make a Bed Without Using Hospital Corners

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Contemporary bedroom ideas for an organized home usually include instructions for how to make a bed. The traditional military or hospital corners have been set as the only standard for making a bed properly. But now the home organization website Organization Makes Sense has put a new twist on how to make a bed - literally. The new twist and tuck technique profiled on the website is simple and easy to do and works well on contemporary bed styles that inlcude a fitted sheet, top sheet and duvet.

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The Twist and Tuck Technique for Making a Bed

The name says it all, just twist and tuck, no more hospital corners!

Contemporary bedroom ideas for an organized home usually include instructions for how to make a bed. The traditional military or hospital corners have been set as the only standard for making a bed properly.

But now the home organization website Organization Makes Sense has put a new twist on how to make a bed - literally. The new twist and tuck technique profiled on the website is simple and easy to do and works well on contemporary bed styles that include a fitted sheet, top sheet and duvet.

Beverly Hansen OMalley is the owner of the website called http://www.organization-makese-sense.com where she writes about how to create a more organized home and offers many great home storage ideas that keep life simple and organized.

"Home organization is really just about reducing complexities in your home and family life." says Bev. ÔÇťAnytime you can accomplish the same great results with less effort and fewer steps you are organized and that really makes sense to most people."

The new twist and tuck technique is just one of over half a dozen bedroom ideas offered on the site that can help create a more organized bedroom.

Bev knows about making a bed. "As a nurse bed making is one of the first skills you learn, and you have to know how to make that bed with precise hospital corners. The problem is that the nice precise and securely tucked corners created by mitering also mean that your toes get squished."

"My new twist and tuck technique is so simple you can teach it to your kids and you do not even have to tuck the sheet in at the bottom. In fact it works best if you don't," says Bev. "It is so simple the name says it all, but just for those people who need the visual there is also a video."

http://www.organization-makes-sense.com offers many bedroom ideas for an organized home to help you achieve a more organized home. But the new twist and tuck technique profiled on the site puts a whole new twist on making a bed without having to learn those tricky hospital corners.

Now that is home organization that makes sense.

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