Your master bedroom should be the sanctuary that you look forwards to at the end of a long day.
Alongside the bed and dresser, you, of course, need a few select pieces of furniture to help you keep your room in order.
Creating an Organized Master Bedroom
There are hundreds of ways to organize your room so that it is a comfortable and stylish place to relax. The different items that you choose for your bedroom should be flexible to fit your lifestyle.
The following suggestions will help you create an organized master bedroom.
Store Away Clothes and Linens
You can make your closet more inviting and improve the look of your dressing room by storing away your clothes and linens.
In particular, if you have a bedroom walk-in closet, it’s important to hang all of your clothes on hangers. If not, invest in a large wooden or metal hanger for each category of clothing. Once the hangers are all full, hang them from the rails of the closet.
When it’s time to toss items out, simply remove that hanger and place it ready to go to Goodwill.
Make the Most of Your Wardrobe Space
Your wardrobe space needs to be maximized in your master bedroom. The key to an organized wardrobe space is to utilize the space effectively so that you can easily find the items that you need.
If your wardrobe is overflowing with clothes and still looks messy, this is a problem you’re going to need to solve.
Make it look great by adding small pieces of decor like baskets or decorative boxes so that every item looks as though it has its own place.
Arrange Your Bathroom & Toiletries
Your bathroom and toiletries are very important in an organized bedroom with an ensuite.
You should have a place for your toiletries (empty soap dishes, shampoo bottles, etc.) and towels so that you can store or hang them easily.
If you have a walk-in closet, consider putting your toiletries to the side of the door so that they are within easy reach when you’re getting ready. Some also choose to put their toiletry items on shelves that hang down from the shower wall.
If you don’t have a bathtub or shower, you can get creative in arranging your bathroom so that it is clearly labeled and organized.
Add Storage to the Walls
The last thing that you want in your bedroom is for it to look messy.
If it does, try adding art or bulletin boards so that the items on them are easy to spot and select.
Don’t forget that the nightstands can be used for storage as well. You can keep your eyeglasses, bottles of lotion, candles, etc., on them to make sure that they are easily accessible when you wake up in the morning.
In addition, consider adding a large decorative box somewhere in your bedroom so that you can organize things like jewelry trays and accessories. This will allow you to keep things within easy reach without having organized drawers or shelves.