Your day begins and ends in the bedroom, so keeping it organized will also keep you in the right minds. Overflowing drawers, floors in disorderliness, and a cluttered bed will leave you feeling frazzled. But whether you’re working with a spacious room or a little nook, you can maximize your surroundings and beautify them with some clever storage tricks.
It’s time to make over your messy space to ensure that you always rest easy with these tips on how to organize your bedroom.
1. Cleanse Your Wardrobe
Go through your clothes and get rid of anything that doesn’t fit or that you haven’t worn in the past few months. If it’s seasonal and you haven’t worn it for the past season, it’s got to go.
2. Hang with a Plan
Pick an organizational system for your clothing. Hang all the pants in one area, collared shirts in another, and dresses in another. You can further break down categories by length, occasion, or season. Be certain to put in high-quality hangers, and a variety of types including pant hangers and no-slip hangers.
3. Color Code
Once it’s sorted by type, arrange everything in your closet by color. This may be irksome, but this is the effortless and fastest way to sort through your closet and choose what to wear.
4. Keep Drawers Tidy
Fold each thing in your clothing drawers tidily. Arranging shirts and pants horizontally instead of vertically makes them easier to sort through. Use a drawer divider for smaller items such as belts, socks, and lingerie.
5. Design Shoe Storage
Custom-make your shoe storage to make the best use of your particular space. Shoes can be put on shelves, on the floor, or in cubbies. You can hang boots with pant hangers if you’re low in floor space.
Custom shelving is the ultimate luxury in shoe storage, but a footwear cabinet is another ingenious solution.
6. Store Items Under the Bed
The space under the bed is an ideal storage area that you don’t want to waste. You could even use baskets, cubbies, or bags to stash bed linens and some other non-essentials, but drawers are possibly the quickest and easiest way to access this space and keep it orderly. Quite a lot beds come with inbuilt storage, or you could make your own from repurposed dresser drawers.
7. Pick the Right Nightstand
Don’t let clutter pile up next to your bed. Depending on how much stuff you have, opt for shelves, drawers, or just a simple table.
8. Display Organized Jewelry
Depending on the contents of your jewelry collection, there are galore great Do It Yourself (DIY) jewelry displays to chose from. You could make a beautiful patterned shelf for hanging jewelry and placing rings in elegant dishes.
Wire mesh lets you to easily create earrings organizers for both dangles and studs. Try stacking bangles on a bracelet tower or cone, or hanging them horizontally from rods.
9. Fit in a Desk
If you need workspace in your bedroom, your nightstand can do double duty as a desk. Look for a minimalist model and pair it with a small chair.
10. Maximize Wall Space
High-up bookshelves are perfect for storing beloved past reads and other items you don’t need super easy access to. Wall cubbies are a modern way to display knick-knacks.
11. Minimize Laundry Space
Save space with a hanging laundry hamper that fits discreetly behind a door. It’s easy to make your own with fabric and an embroidery hoop.
12. Use a Coat Rack for More Hanging Space
If you need extra space for hanging, or just want to keep coats and heavier winter wear in the bedroom, an industrial coat rack is a voguish and practical piece of bedroom decor.
13. Decorate with Hanging Hooks
You can make use of hooks for every single thing from hats to scarves and handbags, and as well as small framed artworks. Some as well include shelf space for displaying pictures, stuffed animals, or other favorite items.
By Sowmya Sangam