So, are you renting a small bedroom or owning one?
Maybe it’s a closet with a window. But that doesn’t mean you have to live like a hoarder in a cardboard box. No, my friend, you can turn that tiny room into a zen paradise with a little organization.
Step 1: Declutter
First things first, get rid of anything you don’t need. If you’re like me, that’s probably 90% of your stuff. Take a good hard look at that stack of old magazines and ask yourself, “Will I ever reread these?” The answer is no. Throw them away. The same goes for that T-shirt you got at a concert in 2003. Let it go.
Step 2: Invest in Storage Solutions
Now that you’ve lightened your load, it’s time to invest in some storage solutions. Under-bed boxes are a godsend. You can shove so much crap under there; it’s like a bottomless pit. Over-the-door organizers are also great, as long as you don’t mind hitting your head on them every time you stand up.
And closet organizers? Well, if you have a closet, they’re amazing. If you don’t have a closet, well, good luck.
Step 3: Use Your Wall Space Wisely
In a small room, wall space is prime real estate, so don’t waste it. Hang shelves for books, plants, and other decorative items. Hang hooks for your hats, jackets, and purses. Hang a hammock for napping. Just kidding, but seriously, that would be amazing.
Step 4: Make Your Bed Every Day
This might seem small, but trust me; it makes a big difference. Not only will it make your room look more put-together, but it will also give you a sense of accomplishment first thing in the morning. Plus, if you have guests over, they won’t think you’re a slob.
They might still think you’re weird for hanging a hammock in your bedroom, but at least they won’t think you’re a slob.
With a little effort and minimum determination, you can actually turn your tiny rental bedroom into a space that sparks joy. Or, at the very least, a space that doesn’t make you want to curl up in a ball and cry.
Step 5: Get Creative with Your Space
Now, if you’re tight on space, consider the opportunity a new opportunity for experimentation.
That closet that’s barely big enough to fit your clothes? Turn it into a cozy reading nook! Just add a beanbag chair, a lamp, and a bookshelf, and voila! You’ve got a mini-library that also serves as storage. Who needs a bed when you can curl up with a good book? Am I right?
Step 6: Multitask Your Furniture
Another way to maximize your space is to invest in furniture that pulls double duty.
A bed with built-in drawers? Genius.
A desk that folds up into the wall? Brilliant.
A chair that also serves as a storage ottoman? Sign me up.
With multitasking furniture, you can have your cake and eat it too. Or, in this case, have your bed and store your clothes in it too.
Step 7: Embrace the Chaos
And it is a little shock, if all else fails, just embrace the chaos.
Sure, your room might look like a tornado hit it, but at least you know where everything is.
That pile of clothes on the floor? It’s a laundry hamper.
That stack of books on the nightstand? It’s a bedside table.
That cluster of empty pizza boxes in the corner? It’s a recycling bin.
Hey, one person’s clutter is another person’s organized chaos.
The point is to find new fun in your situation and be brave to let your bedroom’s bad smell fly through. Trust me; it will be a good start for your organization and won’t cost you a lot.
Step 8: Hide Your Shame
Let’s face it, we all have some items in our bedroom that we’re a little embarrassed about.
Maybe it’s a stuffed animal collection or a poster of your favorite celebrity from the 90s. Whatever it is, you don’t have to display it for the world to see.
Invest in cardboard boxes or plastic containers you can slide under your bed or hide in your closet. That way, your guilty pleasures can stay your little secret.
Step 9: Get Rid of Excess Furniture
If you’re really struggling with space, it might be time to say goodbye to some furniture.
Do you really need that giant dresser taking up half your room? Probably not. Can you survive without a nightstand? Absolutely. Get rid of any excess furniture that’s not serving a specific purpose.
Step 10: Keep it Simple, Genius!
Last but not least, keep it simple. You don’t need a million different storage solutions and organizational gadgets.
Stick to the basics and invest in a few high-quality items that will make a difference. Maybe it’s a good set of hangers that will keep your clothes neat or drawer dividers that will help you separate your socks from your underwear.
Whatever it is, don’t overcomplicate things.
Sometimes the simplest solutions are the most effective.
One thing, Millenials
Ah, the millennials.
They’re a generation of tech-savvy, avocado-toast-eating, eco-conscious individuals. But how do they organize their tiny rental bedrooms? Let’s take a closer look.
First off, they’re all about the minimalist lifestyle. They’ve Marie Kondo-ed their lives, and their bedrooms are no exception.
They have a bed, a desk, and maybe a chair if they feel fancy. Everything else is tucked away in clever storage solutions that blend seamlessly into the background. If you’re looking for clutter, you won’t find it here.
But don’t be fooled by their minimalist ways. These millennials know how to make the most of their space. They’ve got under-bed storage, closet organizers, and a whole arsenal of command hooks. Their walls are adorned with funky tapestries and quirky art prints; all hung with precision using a laser level.
They may have a small bedroom but have big organizational skills. And let’s remember their love for all things tech.
These millennials have apps for everything, including bedroom organization. They’ve got apps that track their clothing inventory, remind them when it’s time to do laundry, and even suggest new storage solutions based on their room dimensions. It’s like having a personal organizer in their pocket.
But it’s not all high-tech gadgets and minimalist decor. These millennials also know how to inject a little personality into their bedroom organization.
They may have got a collection of vintage records displayed on a shelf or a plant jungle growing on their windowsill. Whatever it is, it adds a touch of whimsy to their otherwise pristine bedroom.
In conclusion, millennials may have a reputation for being lazy and entitled, but they’re killing it when it comes to bedroom organization if you can find them. (it is not easy, though. because those with negative influences commonly reach wider audiences compared to those with positive impacts)
They’ve got a well-honed balance of minimalism, tech-savviness, and personality. So, if you’re looking for inspiration on organizing your tiny rental bedroom, just take a page out of the millennial playbook. And maybe try some avocado toast while you’re at it.
Ah, organizing the bedroom.
It’s like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole.
No matter how much storage you have, your stuff just keeps multiplying like rabbits.
And let’s face it, shoving everything into a closet isn’t really a solution unless you want to be buried alive in a sea of old clothes and mismatched shoes.
But fear not, my loyal reader! There is a solution to this never-ending cycle of clutter. And it involves one magical word: multifunctional furniture. That’s right; you can have your cake and eat it too (or, in this case, have your stuff and a tidy room too).
By using furniture that doubles as storage, every inch of your bedroom space and oxygen is pushed to its optimal potential. Think, for example, beds with built-in drawers, ottomans that open up to reveal hidden compartments, and desks that fold down to become a wall unit. It’s like a magic trick, but with furniture.
And the best part?
You don’t have to sacrifice style for functionality.
There are plenty of beautiful and trendy multifunctional pieces out there that will make your room look like something out of a magazine. You’ll be the envy of all your cluttered friends.
So, without further ado, let me present to you twelve inspiring bedroom organization projects that will revolutionize the way you think about storage. These projects will help you make the most of your space without sacrificing style or comfort. And the best part? You don’t have to do any of the work. Simphome has got you covered with this list. So, sit back, relax, and get ready to be amazed.