3. Organize Your Closet
One of the simplest small bedroom storage ideas involves keeping your closet tidy and well organized. Often closets are left disorganized, which is a waste of precious storage space. A properly organized closet can help to keep the rest of the room free of the clutter that is making the room feel smaller.
If you don’t need a full width of rail space, consider adding in more shelves to provide a place for smaller items that may be scattered around your bedroom. Don’t forget that you can also install storage above head height for those less used items that you can’t bear to part with. By keeping everything from books to cell phone chargers neatly stored in your closet, your bedroom will immediately feel bigger.
And if you don’t have a closet big enough to dedicate to all your clothing, shoe, and accessory needs, you can create an open storage system on a bedroom wall. In the picture above, inexpensive wire racks provide all the setup necessary for a clean and organized faux closet. Get the look in your own home with a dramatic statement wall color or creative color blocking.
When working with limited space, it’s all the more important to keep your items organized and tidy.