One of the best ways to ensure space and organization in your bedroom is to resist clutter in the first place. Those knickknacks can add up quickly, becoming clutter before you know it. However, if you want to clear the clutter and bring back organization to your bedroom, the following three tips will see you through.
Double Duty or Multipurpose Furniture to the Rescue!
Double-duty furniture is multipurpose. For example, the headboard behind your bed could double as storage space for your bedroom knickknacks, like books, lotions, plushies, and a nightlight.
Ditch the Dresser and Utilize Closet Space
Dressers take up a lot of room. Folding clothes is supposed to save space, but it often creates more unnecessary bulk. A custom closet design can help you hang the clothes you wear all the time while giving you space to store seasonal and formal wear. Shoes? Never underestimate the power of shelves in your closet!
Paint the Walls in Neutral, Reflective Colors
Does your bedroom still feel cluttered and “closed” after cleaning up? It might be your perception! You can “widen” a room by painting the walls in neutral colors, like eggshell white or beige. These tones are reflective, drawing eyes away from the center of the room to trick your perception into seeing more space.
If you need to have colorful elements in your bedroom, opt for heavy curtains in your favorite color. Or paint an accent wall behind your bed.
An Organized Bedroom is Within Your Grasp!
Cleaning up, saving space, and organizing can turn your cluttered bedroom into an oasis. Somewhere you can’t wait to unwind after a long day at work.
The happier you feel in a bedroom, the better your mood will be, which means the better you sleep. It’s a win-win; one that hopefully inspired you to come up with your own tips for decluttering and organization.