Organization expert reveals six tips to make your home feel more like a hotel

Organization expert reveals six tips to make your home feel more like a hotel

AN EXPERT organizer is helping people feel like they’re living in a luxurious getaway without ever having to leave home. 

The woman, who goes by Neat Caroline on TikTok, said you can make your home feel more like a hotel with a few simple steps. 

For those who have a sweet tooth, her first tip is for you. 

“Treat yourself with some chocolates on your pillow before bed,” she said.

Staying in the bedroom, she then advised people to use a flat sheet as a fitted sheet by tucking it under your mattress with hospital corners.

This is a way of folding a sheet using overlapping folds, which gives a clean look to the bed. 

According to Southern Living, this style of sheet folding is normally used by hotels.

Next, Caroline moved to the bathroom and recommended leaving extra wash cloths and cotton rounds next to the sink as hotels often do. 

She also shared a tip ideal for anyone looking to get the best use out of their square footage. 

“If you need to store your towels on a shelf or in a cabinet, roll them up to maximize space,” she advised. 

Her last bathroom tip suggested folding your toilet paper into a “V” shape to give your bathroom that extra touch.

Finally, Caroline said to leave a pen and paper next to your bed – which hotels often provide – “to jot down late-night thoughts or ideas.”

The organization expert also has tips for when you actually do stay in a hotel. 

In another video she posted online, she shared tips to make a hotel room more comfortable during your stay.  

Her first tip came in handy for those who need to use multiple outlets to charge their electronics. 

“If you’re low on outlets, look in the back of your TV for an extra USB port,” she said. 

She also instructed people to make a stand-up desk with an ironing board and to keep curtains closed with hanger clips. 

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