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Looking for ways to organize a small bedroom? No worries, I’ve got you covered!! Your bedroom is supposed to be a place to unwind at the end of a long day. This can be difficult when you are trying to relax in a cluttered, crowded and disorganized space.
There may be many reasons why your bedroom is less than desirable. Maybe you have to much stuff or your furniture is oversized leaving you little room for storage.
Or it could be that we are just not great at getting organized or it’s simply just too small. No worries, whatever the reason for a cluttered, crowded, disorganized bedroom, there is a solution.
The key to organizing a small bedroom is to maximize the space that you do have and to organize everything in an easy to access way while still looking stylish.
Here are 20 genius ways to organize a small bedroom that are sure to help you unwind at the end of the day.
20 Genius Ways to Organize a Small Bedroom
Revolving shoe organizer
I love this shoe organizer because it is so versatile to organize a small bedroom. It is a beautiful piece of furniture that you can use to organize your shoes, books or anything else you like in an easy to access rotating shelf. You can even use it to perform double duty as an organizer and nightstand. This revolving shoe rack is a great space saver while still looking like a classy decor item.
Adjustable Closet Organization System
Create a space for everything in your wardrobe with this closet organization system. What I love about this adjustable closet organization system is that you can customize your closet to fit your specific needs. It is super easy to maximize every inch of your closet space with the adjustable shelves and racks to fit your needs!
Under Bed Storage Drawers
Don’t let any space go to waste. These storage drawers that fit under your bed are a great use of dead space in your bedroom. You won’t believe how much stuff you can store away there. You can store seasonal clothing, extra bedding or whatever you choose.
I found a great DIY tutorial on Grillo-Designs if you are handy around the house.
Not into DIY? You can find premade drawers here.
This bookcase bed frame that I found on Buzz Feed is genius for both children and adult bedrooms. Simply add two tall single cubby bookcases on each side of your bed and add a board across the top to complete the “framed” look. Finish the look with a two-tier bookcase for a footboard and you have a unique and stylish bed that has tons of storage space!!
You can find these shelving units on Amazon for pretty cheap and they have multiple size and color options to fit any bed and bedroom.
This rolling cart is an awesome piece that you can use for just about any purpose. It has three shelves and can fit in just about any place you need extra storage. This piece can also double as a nightstand as well or can be tucked away into any small space to maximize storage. It’s also perfect for small bathrooms, in the kitchen or just about anywhere.
I found this genius organization hack on Buzz Feed and fell in love with it. It is a simple idea way to organize a small bedroom that is so versatile. You can use these shelving units to create a custom closet, turn an unutilized wall into extra wardrobe space or just have a place to put out clothes for tomorrow. These wall brackets are also perfect for your laundry area.
I love the idea of using floating shelves where ever you need extra storage, especially in areas like the corner of rooms which always seem to be bare, wasted space. They are really easy to install and provide a bunch of extra storage space in every nook and cranny around your home.
This revolving bookshelf is an organizer’s best friend with its height and storage capacity. What I love most is every square inch can be used for storage, and it doesn’t necessarily need to be your books. You can use this for just about anything you want and the revolving feature makes finding what you need super simple!!
This loft bed idea combines sleep and storage maximizing space in small rooms. Typically our bed is the biggest piece of furniture taking up space in our bedrooms. How great would it be if we could free up that space for an office area, for extra storage or anything else we need. This loft bed incorporates a loft bed, desk area, and storage space all in one utilizing a small space to it’s fullest potential.
Need an office area but just don’t have the room? You don’t need a room dedicated to office space, you can tuck away a small office in your bedroom or any other space in your home. This great idea found on While He Was Napping is an excellent use of space, you can easily create your own area that fits your needs with these cubical wall shelves.
Here are a few wall-mounted options if you aren’t super handy around the house and want a simple way to create an office area.
Shelves, Shelves and more Shelves
This shelf that goes around the perimeter of the room is a genius use of space that I would have never thought of. It provides tons of extra storage without cluttering up your bedroom. You can use it to store books, spare bedding, seasonal clothing or really whatever you choose.
I love how these corner shelves provide so much storage in such a small space in a corner that would typically be dead unused space. Seriously, who would have thought??
Don’t want to give up a TV in your bedroom to save space? Now you don’t have to with this entertainment center idea that provides a place for your TV and a ton of shelving to maximize every inch of the wall.
Need help organizing your kitchen? Check out simple ways to organize your kitchen for some ideas.
A murphy bed is the ultimate space saver in a small room. It’s really a brilliant idea!! Your bed is tucked away in a beautiful piece of furniture that has storage on each side. When you are ready for bed simply pull it down and go to sleep. This idea is also perfect for a guest room/office area!!
No closet space? No problem!! Turn an entire wall of your bedroom into a closet whit this genius idea. Place shelving units around the perimeter of your room, add some rods to hang clothing and you have a makeshift walk-in closet!! You can even add a little nook to fit a vanity or even a small office area.
Here’s a great option to add closet space to any room.
Over the Door Storage Rack
Don’t waste an inch of space! Use this over the door storage rack to organize a small bedroom. Store your handbags, accessories, or whatever else you want.
Here is a great over the door organizer alternative I found on Amazon, that gives you tons of extra room to store tons of stuff in a small space.
This drawer organization system found on The Spruce is perfect to utilize every inch of your dresser while still being able to find what you need very easily. These drawer dividers can be purchased for very little while making a big impact in getting and staying organized.
It’s amazing how a simple idea like this wood pallet nightstand can make a big impact when you are trying to organize a small bedroom. It’s so simple to make yourself, yet is functional at the same time. You can utilize the space underneath it to add even more storage space.
This pegboard organizing idea I found on Real Simple is perfect for belts, ties, jewelry and so much more. You can hang it behind a door, on the back wall of a closet or in a small area that would otherwise be unused space. It is a simple DIY project that anyone can make with a sheet of pegboard that comes in a variety of colors to fit your decor and some S hooks. You can even add some cute baskets to store smaller items.
Space Saving S Hangers
S Hangers are awesome to organize your closet space without everything getting overcrowded. You can fit multiple pieces of clothing on one hanger to reduce the bulk and give you more space for everything.
So there you have it, 20 ways to organize a small bedroom!! These are great ideas to help you declutter and save space while staying organized. Incorporate a few of these in your small bedroom and before you know it, you will be getting the best nights rest with less clutter and stress!!
Do you have any tips to help organize a small bedroom? Leave a comment we’d love to hear them!!