If you have bought one of our new homes in Ontario CA then you are probably excited to start building, designing, and organizing your new dream home! But wait a second! Most new homeowners are often unprepared for all the drama and stress that moving-in entails, so we have written the most important order in which to organize your rooms make your move-in as convenient and care-free as possible:
Make a Plan
Okay so buying a house is difficult enough for most people, and many of us would prefer to clutter ourselves with fewer plans rather than more. But hear us out, have a step-by-step plan for organizing your move-in will save you a lot of time and frustration.
Start with the kitchen. Because it has an abundance of individual items like plates, silverware, and sinks items, the kitchen will likely be one of the most time-consuming rooms in the whole house to organize, so its better to get it out of the way first when your energy and enthusiasm will be the highest. The other advantage of the kitchen is that if you take multiple days to move-in, which many people do and is recommended, you will be able to make meals in your kitchen and avoid being hungry and irritated during the process.
After the kitchen, we would suggest the bathroom(s) since you want to set up your sanitary items and procedures so that you stay healthy and clean. Make you have toilet paper and soap for your sinks so that you can avoid any awkward situations when duty calls. The advantage of the bathroom is that since it is usually small, it should not take very long to organize the room at all.
The Master Bedroom
Organizing your master bedroom is important because it is easy to lose track of time when your moving-in, with many new homeowners making to the end of the day without any proper place to sleep! Or, if you finish organizing the kitchen and the bathroom by midday, an organized bedroom provides the obvious place for a rejuvenating nap that will make it easier for you to continue your move-in after you wake up! A factor to keep in mind, however, when determining whether to move-in into your bedroom is whether it is not on the ground floor, as many new homes in Ontario CA are two stories. If your bedroom is going to be on the second floor, it could take a lot more effort to set up the room, so perhaps consider either bringing in a couch to the living room to sleep on or leaving your mattress in the living room until a more opportune time.
These are the most important rooms to prioritize when moving into your new home. Although we would all like to start designing our living room to become our perfect personal space, it will come at the expense of other rooms that will make your move-in experience more convenient and stress-free.