For many people, the bedroom serves as their sanctuary away from the stresses of life. A calm and tidy bedroom will keep your mind at ease and help you sleep well every night, so it’s important to design your bedroom with plenty of storage space to ensure that your clothes, linens, shoes, and other belongings are out of sight when they aren’t in use. Try some of these storage ideas by Interior Designer Company in Ahmedabad the next time you redecorate your bedroom or redesign your closet system; I’m sure they’ll be just what you need to pick up the slack in any room of your house!
Clear the clutter
Decluttering your bedroom should be done methodically. You might be tempted to start tossing things into a black trash bag and have at it, but that may result in you actually losing useful items you’ll need later on (like winter coats or boxes of old tax returns). Begin by sorting through your closet; remove anything that doesn’t fit well, no longer looks good, or you haven’t worn in more than a year. Then move onto drawers; put away anything that doesn’t belong there, so you don’t have to dig for it later when you’re looking for socks or underwear. And finally, take on nightstands, chests of drawers and dressers—toss anything not being used while keeping essentials like pyjamas, socks and bras handy.
Store items vertically
By keeping storage items, such as shoes and scarves, on shelves and rods instead of on your floor or in bins under your bed, you can free up a lot of space while simultaneously organizing your bedroom. Don’t stop at clothing; store sheets, pillowcases and towels on vertical racks to create an organized nest for each season and week of your life. A good rule of thumb: If you can hang it on a hook or lay it flat on a shelf, then do so! It will get out of sight (and mind) and make room for more things that need to be stored in close proximity to where they are used. If possible (and affordable), invest in custom cabinetry that is built into each side of your closet, making efficient use of space.
Label it all
Labelling all of your clothes can be a tedious task, but it’s definitely worth it in terms of time and effort saved when you’re looking for something to wear. You can use washi tape or just plain old masking tape; either way, make sure to label both sides so you can tell which side is front and which is back. (And don’t forget tags!) Labelling will help reduce that frustration of digging through your closet and still not finding what you’re looking for—or having to pull everything out just to find one thing at the bottom of your pile!
Keep your backpack handy.
If you’re getting ready for work and have just a few things to pack, keep your backpack handy so that you can stash away items as soon as they come out of your drawers and closet. This makes it easier to stay organized and keep clutter at bay.
Add storage cubes to your closet.
There are two great advantages to using an interior designer in Ahmedabad, India, to redo your home: first, they have a working knowledge of construction and design, so they can fix things that go wrong; second, their recommendations are informed by years of experience rather than guesswork or hearsay. In fact, if you’re looking for storage ideas for your closet that will free up space and pick up slack where your current organizational system has failed, they may just be able to help!