Most bedrooms are used not only as sleeping areas, but also for storing clothes and getting ready. If you are a fashion lover and have a large clothes collection you will wish to house your clothes in the best possible condition. While the right type and amount of bedroom storage will ensure that you never spend another morning desperately searching for the final part of your outfit.
The primary storage piece in any bedroom should be a wardrobe. A lot of people try and accommodate one per person sharing the room. This is certainly ideal, as clothes should be allowed to hang in plenty of space. Varieties of wardrobe range from the simple double door styles through to triple doors and those with additional drawer space. Consider what you wish to hang and if you are in need of any extra space. The extra drawers and shelves are often ideal for housing awkward odds and ends that you are unsure of where to put.
The other essential piece is a chest of drawers. These are perfect for hosiery and underwear, while also accommodating clothes that can be folded away, leaving that extra room in your wardrobe. The flat top is always a useful area for personal items such as photographs and ornaments or for placing a hi-fi or TV - freeing up further space.
A blanket box may not be the first thing you consider adding to your bedroom, however these are great pieces for neatly storing bath and bed linen. They discreetly fit anywhere in you room and further items can be placed on top if you don’t require constant access to their contents.
Finally every other piece of your typical bedroom furniture can be bought with storage space. Bedside cabinets feature drawers and shelves for smaller items, while beds often have a pull out space at the sides for even more storage that will keep your room looking fresh and clean.