i've decided to name everything in the pictures of my room. Look for the red.
Clutter.... My grandma is having a hissy fit about my son's and mine bedroom. (two different rooms) We have small rooms and a lot of stuff. We are moving so I don't see any point to try to buy new things to help ease the clutter to just have to move them to the new place.
(xavier wants everyone to see his great train track lol)
Hubbies and mine next
In this picture. We have the ferret cage. On top of it is some boxes I taped together for them to run through. With a bag. I was going to toss the bag away but my ferrets kept taking it under my bed and would remove it from the trash bag. So I added it to the boxes with some tape. Under the ferret cage. Is another ferret cage. A siera mist box one ferret hides in while eating. the other white box is where the other one sits to eat. Table in the corner. Is 100% stained. It is my grandpa's old table. He left a mc donalds cup on it and the pop stained into the table. I just need a large enough side table so I've been using this for now.
In this photo you see two gecko tanks. and a fish tank. The fish tank looks dirty no clue why it isn't. A litter box. That will be cleaned in about 3 hours. my dirty clothes basket. A fan that I have not been able to take apart to clean. Two of husband's laptops and our paperwork holder. Some other little things hubby refuses to get rid of
this is all of our clothes. Some of my shoes can be seen in this picture. My hair stuff and make up.
Hubbies collection of deodorant and my lush stuff. Part of my halloween costume and some purses
The jewelry box is a present from one of my hubbies friends. some dirt from a quick project I was doing. Again another shot of my lush stuff and Halloween costume. The deer antler is from my first buck I shot. I will NOT get rid of that. I use it to hang necklaces off of and some rubber bracelets.
I know it is cluttered... but is it clean. We have gone through everything and tossed things we don't want/use. All of the stuff left is things we use.