Have an incentive. Is a friend coming round? Are you moving/going on vacation anywhere? Are you having difficulty finding your possessions beneath the knee-high pile of clutter covering your floor? Or maybe you don’t have an incentive, you just want to make your bedroom a peaceful place you can escape to after an exhausting day at school or work? Whatever reason you have for cleaning your room, just follow the steps below to have a fun and functional room.
Decide what is essential, preferable, and unnecessary for your room. This will help you prioritize what you want sitting out, and what you can afford to stash away most of the time!
Find storage space. Dresser/desk drawers, closets, space under the bed, attics/basements, spare rooms. Whatever works, put your extra stuff there. Create a system for storing clothes, both clean and dirty. Try using a tampon holder for pencils and books.
Pick up your stuff. Start with large items first, then move on to papers, etc.
Get all the clutter from around your room and put it all away neatly. Follow the simple rule of “taking something out and then putting it right back”. Sing the cleanup song, if you must!
Keep the room clean by vacuuming, scrubbing, washing, dusting, or whatever else you need to do to keep it presentable. If your stuff starts accumulating again, just take a few minutes each day to put everything where it belongs. Take a few minutes every night before you go to bed and make sure everything is in its place or neatly put away. You should also make it a habit to make up your bed every morning before you leave the house.
 Plan one or two days a week that you pick-up, dust, vacuum, and re-organize your items. Or each night before bed, examine your room to make sure everything is in its correct place. If you have a carpet, vacuum it up, or if you have a laminate floor sweep and mop it up.
Try to make a deal with your parents concerning your getting a reward every week for keeping your room clean, neat and organized; even if it is just a small treat, it’s still worth it!
Do you like the feeling of your room being clean? Do you like that feeling that everything is fine, and you can relax? That’s not so strange, since your bedroom can say a lot about your mind (Organised room equals organised mind). Just another reason to keep it that way.
 Make sure all your drawers are shut, such as your dresser, night table, or desk (this can make a huge difference).

If you like your room being tidy then when events come up like Birthdays, Christmas etc. Try get rid of your old stuff. You can donate them to charities, hospitals, etc.
Try not make things look spread out, it makes it look like your room isn’t as big as it is. Clean it at least once a week to keep it from getting too messy.