Say 'Goodbye' to Bachelor Pad Clutter

John Rosina needs to make room in his bachelor pad for his girlfriend.

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John Rosina's living room is the ultimate bachelor pad, filled with sports memorabilia and a giant screen TV. Though he moved in two years ago, he has yet to unpack all of his things.

Every square inch is covered in clutter--from the coffee table that's hidden in mail to the overflowing closet and boxes and boxes of stuff on the floor.

Though he doesn't really mind the mess, his fiancée and now roommate, Lauren Clark, does mind. She wants him to give up some of his sports memorabilia and organize his things so that they can make the room a space for both of them. They call on the help of professional organizer Kendra Muscella to get this room tidy.

The first step is to sort through everything and decide what can stay and what can be tossed. Bringing in multifunctional furniture and organizational storage pieces are also in Muscella's plan. She also intends to have the wallpaper removed and the walls painted a warm tan, with a shade of darker trim, to give the room a calmer look. See if her plan panned out below.

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