If you’re dealing with a common small-badroom problem — a bedroom scarcely large enough for a bed, much less anything else — look no further than this list of clever space-saving solutions. These are some of the best ideas we’ve seen for tucking away all the stuff that tends to accumulate in a bedroom, and ensuring that your sleeping space will be calm and restful.
In every room of your house there is always a better way to maximize the space you are getting out of it. For some areas it may be as simple as decluttering, or throwing away unneeded items. Although, for rooms like the bedroom, where the most prominent piece of furniture is… bed! The bed is not always the easiest obstacle to work around, and therefore valuable space is wasted.
Let’s face it, we would all love to have a California King sized bed, but do we actually NEED one? You can answer that question yourself; you may be willing to reduce the size if you knew how much space you would free up. Armoires and clothes dressers can use a lot of floor space. Opt for rolling under bed storage that can hold clothes and belongings. This will give your bedroom more space and visually will look more spacious. Once removed more natural light will pour into your space!
A bed that has drawers below and a bookshelf at the headboard has already combined 3 pieces of furniture in one. If you decide to use a large piece of furniture, ensure it can house the majority of your storage needs, without having to use other pieces of furniture to block valuable space.Have a hall closet that only stores winter coats? Take seasonal clothing and seldom worn formal wear and put in a hall closet. Hall closets are a great option because they are rarely used and opened on a regular basis.
In a small bedroom, try using furniture that is multifunctional. A futon provides a bed and sofa in one. This is a good option for offices, dorm rooms, and small apartments with several roommates.Organize your closets: Storage closets should be organized to utilize all vertical space efficiently. The more you can store in your closets, the less that has to be stored in the main bedroom area. This tip applies for kid’s rooms too!
Similarly to a futon, a sofa bed can help a small bedroom become a den, or office space and a bedroom. Sofa beds are often more formal in appearance and can range from affordable to higher end models that have leather and a plusher mattress.Use open and closed shelving to remove bookshelves, and storage furniture units off of the floor and on to the walls. Opt for wall mirrors that hang on the walls over large ones that sit on the floor.
These beds pull out from the wall and provide full floor access when the bed is hidden in the wall. Modern Murphy beds, when closed inside the wall, can house a foldout desk on the other side! If you have your television, stereo, gaming system, etc… taking up valuable real estate in your bedroom, consider moving it to another room such as the family or living room. If you can’t live without your television, a flat screen mounted on the wall will instantly add space to your bedroom.