36 Insanely Clever Bedroom Storage Hacks And Solutions

Bedroom storage hacks and solutions are a dime a dozen but how do you know which storage solutions to use? Welcome to Jansen’s DIY and this is 36 insanely clever bedroom storage hacks and solutions. 1. The least-used space in your apartment is prime real estate for implementing creative bedroom storage ideas and no space is more unused than the 12 inches of wall below your ceiling. Put that space to work by installing shelves along the perimeter of your bedroom walls, which will add dozens of square feet of storage space. 2. They may look sleek and be small, but your iPhone and MacBook cables take up more space than you realize because, when they’re tangled beside your bed, they’re just clutter. Organize those cables using a few binder clips. It’s one of many storage hacks for small spaces that works well on its own or when paired with a DIY charging box.

3. Your closet, if you have one, won’t grow on its own but the good news is you can quickly make a closet simply by hang a clothes rack in any empty corner. 4. This simple bedroom storage hack will work best with heels, and look best if your footwear collection rivals Carrie Bradshaw’s. It is because their sole supports itself against the wall, your shoes will stay put on their own. The best part is crown molding is unobtrusive since it blends in with the wall. 5. If your bedroom is more bed than room, look at it as a storage opportunity.

Choose a headboard like the BRIMNES headboard from IKEA that gives you storage space for books, magazines, mementos, and spare light bulbs. 6. Hang your laundry hamper on the back of your bedroom door to relish all the floor space from your dirty clothes. 7. Since we can’t live without radiator for three to five months a year, DIY a radiator shelf or buy a cover with attached shelving to get some extra storage space out. 8. Sure, you could roll up your yoga mats nicely into a soft cylinder, but that’s still a cylinder you have to store somewhere. Store it on the wall by build a little shelf for it or you could install a Yoga Mat Hanger behind your bedroom door. 9. Storage beds are one of the most obvious storage hacks for small bedrooms, but they’re also among the best. While every kind of space-saving bed will open up space in your bedroom, storage beds can give you as many drawers as a dresser.

Whether you use those drawers for storing clothes, files, or your movie collection is entirely up to you. 10. In real life, or on HBO, we’ve all seen those beautiful custom-built loft beds with bookshelf stairs. There’s just one catch: Because they’re feats of engineering, they can intimidate anyone who wants to replicate the design but has no idea where to start. If you’re handy and want to build tall shelving you can walk up, consider a shelf unit like this one. It’s simpler than a full bedroom project, and still gifts you with shelving up to the ceiling. 11. With a little creativity and a few extra screws, you can hack IKEA a few STOLMEN drawers into beautiful storage solutions.

Check out more bedroom IKEA Hacks at Ikea Hackers. 12. Stacks of old suitcases can add a nice stylistic flair to your bedroom plus convenient storage for the things you need but don’t use every day. Your extra winter blanket, for example, can go in the bottom suitcase until the weather turns cold again and you need the blanket to beat cabin fever/build a fort. The best part is, this storage trick doesn’t require any construction, Just stack and store, and you’re all set. 13. We all need to store our trash somewhere but any trash bin will eat at least a square foot of space. Hide yours in a tilting cabinet, not only will it keep your waste out of sight, but it’ll also serve as a nightstand, filing area, or makeup counter. 14. If you need a desk but don’t have room for a desk, the best solution is by using a fold-down desk like the one from the Domino Loft System that practically disappears when you fold it back up against the wall.

They’re a great storage solution for your bedroom and if you work from home, all you need is a chair, though the foot of your bed can do in a pinch. 15. Your drawer and closet space is a precious commodity so if you have a lot of tank tops to store, save yourself the folding hassle by following these simple steps: Step 1: Attach shower rings to a hanger. Step 2: Hang the tank tops on the rings. Step 3: Hang the entire storage solution on top of your bedroom doorframe.

That’s it. You just cleared out a whole drawer, and you’re still ready to bring the guns out when the sun’s out. 16. You may not have used cork board since elementary school, but if you need jewelry storage you want to rethink about it. It is simply because the sustainable material will keep all of your necklaces from tangling, without taking up more space than a picture frame. On its own, cork board doesn’t look as elegant as some countertop solutions, but it can changed with a nice gilded frame. 17. Regardless of how small your hard drive is, it still takes up precious desk space by just sitting there but you can quickly hide it in the air with a little Velcro. Beneath your desk or on the underside of a shelf, this easy DIY storage hack can be used for your hard drive or anything else you want out of sight, out of mind.

18. A shoe organizer does wonders for decluttering your home, but what if you prefer a more attractive storage option? Build a pegboard shoe rack, attach it to the back of your closet door, or to the wall right above the floor, and hang your shoes on the pegs. 19. Rather than add messy piles to your closet shelves or drawers, clean and store your extra sheets under your mattress. If you fold them well and put them at the foot of your bed, you won’t feel a pea, much less a stack of sheets. 20. Floating shelves are an awesome bedroom storage solution. They free up floor space and allow more natural light to flow through your home, which visually expands your space. Some floating shelves are DIY, but you can also choose from a bunch of prefab wall shelves that just require a stud and screwdriver. 21. You shouldn’t have to waste half of your clothes rod on hanging pants if you install a pants rack in your closet.

It is custom-built, but if you don’t have the carpentry skills and don’t want to hire a contractor, invest in a few pant rack hangers. 22. A fixture of any workshop or tool shed, pegboards can be beautiful bedroom storage solutions too. With a little paint and a few screws, you can hang pegboards anywhere to store just about anything. 23. Bikes take up a lot of space, which you already know if your apartment building isn’t blessed with a basement bike room. We’ve seen many gorgeous bike storage solutions that hang your bike from the wall, but don’t forget about the ceiling. Your unused airspace is begging to store your bicycle. 24. If the idea of DIY shelving terrifies you, consider this alternative book storage hack: Repurpose old dresser drawers into bookshelves. Arrange the drawers however you want, and voilà, instant and interesting book storage.

25. Behind your clothes rod stands a wall just itching to be used but because it’s usually covered up with clothes, you can’t store items there that you need to access every day. Surely, though, you have a few purses, messenger bags, or even coats that would fit on hooks behind the clothes rack. In fact, anything hangable can go back there, so install some hooks and have at it. 26. You already know modular desk organizers are great for organizing any kitchen or junk drawer, but did you know they’re just as valuable in your bedroom? Place one in any desk drawer that doesn’t hold stacks of clothes, and toss your comb, brush, hair ties, hair pins, and any other small item inside.

27. We love creative desk organization products, and this LEGO storage hack remains one of our favorites. With a little Sugru, these three LEGO pieces can store your phone charger and key ring right where you need them: in plain sight. 28. Like the tank top trick mentioned earlier, except for pants, hanging S hooks on a rod is an easy way to instantly increase your closet storage space. The simple S metal hooks on the rod is an easy way to instantly increase your closet storage space and will store any number of pants and jeans, without the bulk of wooden hangers.

Use them in your closet or add a new rod anywhere in your bedroom. Just make sure it’s high enough to suspend the full length of your pants. 29. IKEA’s MANDAL bed has always been a stunning piece of bedroom furniture with storage because it has drawers built into its frame plus a headboard with adjustable shelves. You’ll need to do a little engineering to keep the top headboard from tipping over but once you accomplish that, you’ll double your headboard shelf space in no time. 30. The basic concept of trundle bed is valuable for saving space in a small bedroom, Visible to everyone is a sturdy twin bed, and while hidden beneath it is a second mattress on wheels. If you’d rather not build your own platform bed or install drawers, simply add wheels to an old dresser drawer and push it under your bed frame. 31. Storage racks with wheels are brilliants since you can use it as a portable storage unit. You could also buy a few, push them together, place your books on the shelves, and congrats — you now have a library that you can roll anywhere.

32. Just because hanging fruit baskets are still around in a lot of kitchens doesn’t mean you can’t use them in your bedroom. Hang one above your nightstand, or in your closet, and use it to store socks, hats, bandanas, beanie babies, or whatever else floats your boat. 33. Canvas totes are a storage staple in many boats for two main reasons: They can store as many items as plastic crates can and they’re malleable, which makes collapsing and storing them under your bed, on a shelf, or in the back of your closet super easy.

34. Pick up TRONES cabinets, mount them to your bedroom wall in your configuration of choice, and store up to six pairs of shoes inside each one. Don’t limit yourself to only storing shoes, use it to store gloves, scarves, hats, and magazines. 35. The simple, unobtrusive, and inexpensive Conceal Book Shelf is almost invisible, hence its name. Using two thin metal plates, the Conceal Book Shelf can levitate a stack of books wherever there’s a wall.

So basically anywhere in your bedroom, and in your entire apartment. 36. Don’t bother with a coat rack that takes up a whole corner of your bedroom. Instead, hang your coats on the wall using hooks like BJÄRNUM folding hooks from IKEA. These little storage solutions are cleaner, more space-efficient, and less at risk of toppling over onto your attractive face. And… that’s all for now… For more DIY hacks and organizing Ideas, stay tune to our channel. Thanks for watching and we’ll see you in the next videos… .

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