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Home » Nifty Ways to Maximize Space for your Bedroom

Nifty Ways to Maximize Space for your Bedroom

March 18th, 2016 | Higgins Group Real Estate

Nobody likes having a cramped and cluttered bedroom.

Your bedroom should be a place where you can relax, unwind, and get some rest – it can be difficult to do that if it doesn’t feel spacious.

Thankfully, you don’t need to tear down your walls and go through an extensive renovation project just to increase space. You can maximize space for your bedroom using these simple tricks:

Get rid of bulky storage furniture

Clothes dressers and armoires take up tons of space, so these items should be the first to go. You can try using a rolling storage compartment you can hide under your bed, which you can use to store clothes and other items.

Replace your large bed with a smaller one

Having a luxurious king-sized bed is great, but is it really necessary? Opting for a smaller bed may prove to be a great decision if you’re willing to have more space for your bedroom.

Use a sofa bed

Using a sofa bed is a great way to increase space. It can even turn any bedroom into a home office or den during the day, giving you a multifunctional bedroom.

Declutter your closets

Take a look through your closets and get rid of all the clutter. Find a way to efficiently organize all your items, so you can maximize the space in your closets. More storage space in your closets mean less items in your main bedroom area.

Choose multifunctional furniture

Look for pieces of furniture that can also serve as storage solutions – a bed with drawers, a headboard with a built-in bookshelf, and other such items. With multifunctional furniture, you increase both room space and storage space.

Make use of hall closets and other rooms

Hall closets and closet space in other rooms are the perfect place to store formal wear and seasonal clothing. If you have a guest room, you can also think about turning it into a temporary storage space for clothes and other belongings from your bedroom.

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