1. Hide the trash can
No one likes the sight of a trash can next to the bed, but it is also inconvenient to walk to another room to throw every little thing away. Solve this problem be hiding the trash can in a night stand, or better still use a tilting cabinet for easier access.
2. Use hanging fruit baskets
Hanging fruit baskets are affordable, easy to install, and do not take up much space. You can place them in a closet to hold gloves, hats, socks and more. You could even hang a set by the door for easy access to your accessories on your way out.
3. Use crown molding as a shoe rack
If you don’t have room for a shoe rack in your closet, use crown molding on a wall in the bedroom instead. This can fit in with your decor, and will not look unsightly when not in use.
4. Place pegs on the closet door for shoes
If you don’t like the idea of placing crown molding on a wall for shoes, try placing pegs on the back of your closet door instead.
5. Add a jewelry cabinet behind a mirror
Taking a cue from medicine cabinets, add a jewelry cabinet behind the wall mirror in your bedroom. This will allow easy access to your jewelry without taking up much space.
6. Create a cork wall to display your jewelry
If you want to display your jewelry as part of your decor, use a cork wall. All you need a is a little organization to layout everything elegantly.
7. Hang your laundry basket
Use a hanging laundry hamper to conveniently hold dirty clothes. Hang it behind the bedroom or closet door to keep it in reach, but out of sight.
8. Cover shelves and cabinets with sliding mirrors
If you want to hide your storage, whether shelves or hanging bars for clothes, try adding sliding mirrors. This will also make the room look bigger and brighter.
9. Hang pants on S hooks
Instead of investing in a special pants rack, use S hooks to hang pants. Just slip one hook through the back belt hoop of the pants or jeans and hang the other end of the hook on a rod.
10. Use shower rings to hang tank tops
Tank tops are small, and often slip off hangars. To avoid this problem, use curtain rings to hang several tank tops on a single hangar.
11. Create a bookshelf headboard
If you need to save space, ditch your headboard and install a bookshelf as a headboard instead.
12. Install invisible bookshelves
Whether you use a DIY method or buy them, invisible bookshelves are a great way to turn your library into decoration.
13. Use staircase bookshelves
Utilize the full height of your bedroom with staircase bookshelves. The bottom few shelves can pull out creating steps to allow you to reach the higher shelves.
14. Utilize corners
Don’t let all that corner space go to waste. Use corner shelves or hanging baskets to make the most of your limited bedroom space.