Organizing a bedroom has turned out to be more herculean than expected. It is rather inconvenient to realize that no matter how big your bedroom, you just can’t find enough room still. For most men it’s simpler; a bed, wardrobe, and reading table is enough to do the magic; on the other hand, it could be a little harder for females. Women want the all in one bedroom, a full bedroom set; a bedroom with a reading space, night stand, makeup/dresser space, wardrobe, conventional shoe racks, artsy designs, pet space and lots more.
#Pick the right furniture size
The first thing to put into proper consideration is the size of the room. Oversized furniture will leave the room with a cluttered feeling. You don’t want to fit large furniture in a small room, and fitting small furniture in a large room would be really awkward as it would make the room look empty and sparse. Compare the dimensions of your bedroom to the size of the furniture you intend to pick. The size of your furniture should complement the size and shape of your room.
#Occupy the angles
Occupying the angles instead of the room center leaves you with enough space regardless of the room size. For instance, the wardrobe could fit at an angle adjacent to the bed and far from the door, you shouldn’t place furniture in areas that will block the doorway or windows. You would also have enough room to maneuver comfortably. The bed could also sit comfortably against a wall if it is a bed for one; If the bed is to be shared with a partner, you might want to leave enough space on both sides of the bed so both people can easily get in and out.
#Manage your wardrobe
Managing your wardrobe could entail fitting a rack in the wardrobe for shoes. A three-spaced wardrobe for instance, would permit space for cloth racks, travel box, folded clothes, and a shoe rack right at the foot. This automatically saves you a lot of space and you could have a perfect view of all your outfits in one space.
#Use wall racks
Using wall racks is another excellent hack, it saves you a great deal of space. Racks could be used to store books, extra shoes, artsy designs, and even cloth hangers. When you utilize every inch of wall space, it keeps your room organized, colorful, and with a lot of room space at the center.