5 Tips To Help You Overcome The Home Storage War In Your Bedroom

5 Tips To Help You Overcome The Home Storage War In Your Bedroom
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    It might seem like a difficult task to come up with a relaxing place where you and your significant other can lovingly unwind and enjoy a good night's sleep.

    However, the process is not as hard as most think it is.


A few tweaks to the general traditions and figuring out what really works for you in the space of your bedroom, and you will have the perfect solution to the issue of space shortage you had been faced with for so long.

Here are some tips to the home space shortage issue that will help you get started with creating more room in your bedroom.

1. It’s either big or bust

Settling for a very small nightstand is not recommended, especially for those with a king-size bed at home.

A large bed fits in best with a considerably big nightstand while a smaller dresser makes for a good option. In terms of their scaling, the two of them fit in admirably, thus maximizing the available space and making the room look bigger and more spacious.

2. Not every bed storage bears the same looks

It is important to determine what sort of bed an individual would want to have in the bedroom.

There are some designs that feature storage options underneath the bed while others allow pop-ups for additional storage. Normally, queen size beds are the best choice in this regard. Otherwise, another option is to buy flat, low storage containers from any big box store and then have them hidden with a nice, pretty bed skirt.

3. Customizable, built-in units should not be overlooked

When it comes to the bedroom, we are usually dealing with that one place in the home that has minimum amount of space coverage. As a result, customizing it is the best way to optimize it.

A smart built-in cabinet often eliminates the need for any other piece of furniture while allowing you to make the most of the available space, in the process giving you precisely what you had been looking for in terms of a more spacious bedroom.

4. Do not go easy on trash

Do you know what is the biggest reason for clutter buildup in the home? It is to not throw away the things that you are no longer in need of.

Keeping a garbage bin by your side in the bedroom helps a lot as you remember to discard all unwanted items as soon as they become unnecessary. Be tough on the garbage and do not allow that used water bottle or month-old magazine to loiter around any longer than is necessary. Simply toss them into the garbage bin when they are no longer needed.

5. The thought of going vintage should not give you goosebumps

Though it may sound largely unbelievable, vintage furniture carries a lot of features that allow them to hold more than one would realize at first glance.

Just think of those small compartments and drawers that are predominantly absent from the modern versions. Multifunctional pieces are excellent options to place in the bedroom.

Imagine how much you would benefit from a desk that not only holds your jewelry but also opens and closes to allow you to work peacefully.

When it comes to remodeling and redecorating a bedroom (or for that matter any room in the house), you are faced with plenty of choices and options. These are some of the best tips that you can follow for creating more space in your bedroom.

Is there any other tip that you think would come in handy for making the bedroom look more spacious? Feel free to make yourself heard in the comments section.

Image credit: SuiteSymphony Walk-In Espresso Bedroom 8 by ClosetMaid, on Flickr



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