• Jen Bedard

How to Turn your Bedroom into your Dream Room

Updated: Dec 6, 2019


The bedroom. It’s a room of respite where you can retreat for some peace and quiet. We all use our bedrooms for multiple purposes, but in the end, it should be your safe space. organized bedrooms are the way to go if you want to maximize your space and get the most out of its multiple uses? Here are some great ideas to help you better organize your room.

1 – Book A Nook

So, the chair sitting in the corner of the bedroom has become another place to hang clothes and stack magazines. You could clean it off and add a small side table with drawers next to it. At least now you have a better place to store those books and magazines. Add a floor lamp to provide soft lighting and you now have a reading corner in your bedroom.

2 – Give Shoes the Boot

Have a bedroom closet that is overflowing with your constantly growing shoe collection? No problem. All you need is a shoe rack. It gives you a chance to go through your shoes, hopefully locating matching pairs, so you can store them properly in the shoe rack. You’ll also be able to locate that special pair with just a glance.

3 – Get Under the Bed

Without a doubt, one of the largest wasted spaces in your bedroom happens to be below you when you are sleeping. The space under the bed is perfect for storage. In fact, if you look hard enough you will be able to locate kits that are designed specifically to create storage drawers that fit under the bed and pull out for easy access. You’ll be able to put a lot down there.

4 – The Crowning Jewels

If you happen to have a number of rings, necklaces and other pieces of jewelry that typically get piled on top of a dresser at the end of the day, you can tidy this up very easily. There are all kinds of jewelry accessory boxes and organizers on the market to help keep your precious gold, silver and other fancy bracelets and watches in order and safe from damage.

5 – Keep Dainties Elsewhere

You are going to have some items in your bedroom that would be considered specialty garments. This may include – but won’t be limited to – vintage clothing, a wedding dress, other fancy gowns, even your lingerie. There are wardrobes that you can place in your bedroom to store special clothing away from the rest keeping everything neat, tidy and in its place.

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