Since bedrooms are often unseen by guests, they tend to become catch-all spaces where junk accumulates. However, the truth is, your bedroom should be one of the most relaxing and enjoyable rooms in the house. If you are having trouble getting your bedroom organized, you will find some helpful tips below. We have compiled a list of 7 bedroom organization ideas you won’t want to miss. Take a peek at how easy they are.
Bedroom Organization Ideas for Small Space Living
Utilize under bed space
This is a wonderful spot to store shoes, winter clothes, seasonal accessories, etc. If your bed is not high enough, simply have a few stilts made for your bed out of wood blocks or simply purchase a set of bed risers to get the job done. That will open the space up and allow you to really pack it in!
Don’t forget the backs of doors
The backs of closet doors are great for storing items that can be hung. Attach hooks or nails and use this space to hang your belts, shoes, and other accessories. This will keep them from growing into a knotted pile of clutter. If hooks and nails aren’t an option, use an over the door organizer to organize your accessories, medications, etc.
Use spacers in your drawers
To keep your drawers from becoming a heaping mess, utilize spacers in them. Dollar stores sell simple baskets that are shallow and come in various sizes. These are great for keeping smaller objects like socks and underwear from getting tangled up.
Utilize a bedside table
Visit your local thrift shop in search a bedside table. Remember you can paint it any color to match your décor. These are great for keeping your books, toiletries, tissue, and any other personal items out of sight and organized.
Try a hope chest
Search those thrift stores again this time in search of a trunk or chest you can place at the end of your bed. When you toss a pillow on it, it serves as an instant bench. When you open it up, it can hold bed linens, pillows, and winter blankets.
Have fun with hangers
Hangers are not just for hanging up clothes. Use them to hang belts as well. You can also add clips to the hanger and use it to hold accessories such as scarves and necklaces, or even ties. These accessory hangers are by far my favorite on the market if you don’t want to DIY this project.
Consider a coat tree
Coat trees are not just for coats. They are also great for hanging sweaters, robes, and other clothing items you use often. Since they are tall and skinny they take up very little room, so why not utilize one in the corner of your room for additional storage?
When you give these ideas some thought, you can easily make your bedroom a more enjoyable place to be and relax. Give them a try!