Most of us are probably tight on space in our bedrooms, but which space-saving storage is best? Here are some top tips that won’t see you breaking the bank or even a sweat! Ready to unleash your bedroom’s true potential?
One way to maximise on space is to install shelving around the perimeter of your walls. High up on the wall is the least used space, around 12 inches below the ceiling. You’ll add tons of additional storage by being creative with this otherwise wasted space.
Why not hang a clothes rack in an unused corner? If you’re running out of wardrobe space, this is a clever way to add more hanging space for all your garments. Alternatively, invest in a stunning new fitted wardrobe as a great way to tuck everything away out of sight. For Fitted Wardrobes Hampshire, visit a site like lamco-design.co.uk/fitted-wardrobes/
Headboards are an addition for mostly aesthetic and comfort purposes but why not get one that provides a useful function too? Headboards are available that come with useful storage places for things like books, for example.
There is no reason why a laundry bag or basket has to take up so much valuable floor space. Choose a hanging laundry bag to hang on the back of the bedroom door, clear up some floor space and never trip over your dirty clothes again!
As well as making the headboard work for you, you could invest in a new bed that comes with incredibly useful storage drawers in the frame. The drawers are large and easy to access, giving you an invaluable place for storing linen, movies, clothing or just about anything else you don’t want lying around.
Shoes taking up too much space in your wardrobe? Hang pegs onto the back of a wardrobe door to give you a tidy-looking place to keep all those shoes off the valuable floor space.
This is an obvious one and so easy to install. They free up floor space and create a great visual aesthetic as well. Arrange some at different heights for a fun, contemporary look.
Stuffing too much into drawers and can never find anything? Then, it’s time to bring some order to your drawers which will also help you to get the best use of the available space inside your drawers. Desk organisers are already useful in kitchen and study drawers, so why not apply the same method to organising some of those bedroom accessories?
Hanging baskets can be used anywhere, not just in the kitchen but work great in bedrooms and bathrooms alike. Install one above your dresser or nightstand and use it to store socks, beanie hats, cosmetics or anything else that needs moving up from the floor.
Wish there was a little more space to squeeze out of the underneath of your bed? Fitting bed risers onto the feet of your bed will give you considerably more space beneath in which to store extra stuff.