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How to Organize Your Home for a Big Party: A Room by Room Guide


When it comes to being the host and planning an entire party, things can quickly become stressful. There are many aspects to be taken into consideration, including food, drinks, decorations, playing frisbee, and the afterward cleaning up process. But once everyone is there and having fun, it feels like it is all worth it. To make things easier for you, we have prepared a short room-by-room guide on how to get the house organized for your dream party.

Living Room

As everyone knows, the living room is usually the soul of the party, the place where everyone hangs out, chats, dances, or plays board games. This is why it is important to be as cozy and as welcoming as possible. First, you should declutter it and make sure every item that doesn’t belong in the room or fits in with the theme of the party is taken away. After you have done that, it is time to start decorating and turning your everyday living room into a space for everyone to relax and have fun.

Let’s say you are throwing a casino-themed party, so you’ve asked all the attendees to wear their most glamorous, Bond-esque clothes. For that, you need to create the right space. The point of a casino night is people gathering together in a fancy setup to chat and play casino games. Help out your guests by providing them with a list of the best casinos, which you can find with quick research. The best type of casinos for newcomers are the ones with first deposit bonuses, as Rob McLauchlan writes on the official Bonusfinder UK site. This way, you can all be ready to begin your casino night!


If you have a kitchen with a lot of open space, then it will automatically become part of the dance floor, so there isn’t much that may need changing. However, if you don’t, then you might want to use it as a storage room. In the beginning, guests are too shy to start looking through your fridge and cabinets for food or drinks, but as the party unfolds, they will start helping themselves out.

Make it easy for them and yourself by having a space dedicated to the party, where everyone can find everything they need. This way you won’t have to run back and forth for others and no one will mess up your perfectly organized kitchen.


With the bedrooms, it really depends on whether anyone is staying over or not. You might have some relatives from other towns and cities that would like to spend the night, so it is best if you are prepared for that situation. Even if you don’t, it is nice to offer your guests a room or two, depending on how many you have at your disposal. If it ends up being an amazing party, they might not want to leave midway. This is great news because in the morning they can help you clean up plant shelves, floor, and sofas.

When hosting a party at your house, it is important to make things as easy as possible for yourself so that you don’t get overwhelmed. Keeping rooms organized and setting boundaries with your guests can go a long way and save you from being in unpleasant situations. Now that you have all this information, you can start thinking about the next gathering.

Sandy Jensen
Sandy Jensen, a celebrated writer in the home and garden niche, boasts over 12 years of hands-on experience. Her educational background includes a Bachelor’s in Landscape Architecture from Cornell University. Before joining our team in 2016, she worked as a landscape designer, combining her love for nature and design. Sandy's expertise shines through her articles, offering readers practical and aesthetically pleasing gardening tips. Off the clock, she enjoys hiking and nature photography, further nurturing her connection with the outdoors.

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