There’s a thin line between a neat bedroom and a mess, regardless of the size of the wardrobe. While a little mess may be a good thing creativity-wise, having a home full of clutter can be a problem, more so as it can affect your sleep particularly and your well-being as a result.
I’m sure the last thing you want is to have sleepless nights out of something you can easily take care of with the help of space-savvy storage solutions. Let’s be honest, space is a problem nowadays especially for those of us living in small homes.
In case this is you and you don’t have much of a spacious home to begin with, for instance there’s no place where you can fit in a sideboard to be your wardrobe back-up, you should find the ways to use the wardrobe as best you can.
Having in mind it’s not only outfits you’d have to handle but accessories as well, a great example would be to add as many compartments as possible for your prized possessions and collections, relying on the help of means such as stylish and versatile boxes watch and jewellery ideal and all the bits and pieces you’d like to have neatly displayed.
This is a great solution so you won’t waste time trying to find them or risk having them damaged because of not being properly organised. Likewise, depending on what you’re a fan of, perhaps it’s scarves, you should consider acquiring displays as the boxes watch and jewellery related.
If you have too many clothing pieces and you simply can’t imagine throwing them out, selling them or donating them, perhaps you could use up a corner in the room that you can decorate with hooks and then use them to hang a clothing rack on them making outfits part of the décor.
Additionally, to make the most of the drawers, it’s best to have one entirely separated in compartments, whereas another one would be left without them so you’d have enough space for the underwear in the first and shoes or bedding in the latter.
Having a bed with storage is also an ideal option if you plan on replacing it, getting one with a headboard or frame with drawers preferably, and if not, worry not as there’s always vertical space you can use to your advantage with the help of installing or hanging shelves to save up floor space.
Want to save up some more? Ditch the bedside tables and use the headboard or the hanging shelves instead; It might not be easy at first but you’ll make it work!