9 Life-Altering Bedroom Organization Ideas

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Chances are that so far this year, you've been doing a little bit of organizing and trying to get your home in tip-top shape for the year ahead. Yes, we've been watching Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix, too. And perhaps you already know about the life-altering hacks for cleaning under your bed? If not, no worries, we're here to help. The first step for a successful bedroom shake-up is making sure you have the right storage. Scroll on for nine bedroom organization ideas that will get you off to a running start.


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1. IKEA Elvarli Clothes Storage System, $455

Good for: expanding your closet space or creating a closet when you don't have one.


Is your apartment lacking a closet? Or, maybe you just don't have enough closet space? Either way, IKEA's adaptable storage system is the perfect solution. It allows you to add sections on and change it up as you wish. Complete with durable bamboo shelving and the option for closed drawers, this unit will make staying organized and getting ready in the morning that much easier.


2. Urban Outfitters Ria Nightstand, $179

Good for: extra storage for nighttime essentials.


It looks like the boho look will continue to be huge in 2019, so why not add a very special statement piece to your sleeping quarters with this rattan nightstand? Featuring a chevron-weave drawer front and an open bottom shelf, there's plenty of space to hide those bedside must-haves, you know, like the remote, while also displaying your favorite tomes.


3. Normann Copenhagen Block Table, $310

Good for: moveable storage that you can relocate as needed.


Norman Copenhagen's mobile side table is pretty versatile, but we like to think it makes a great piece of bedroom furniture that can be wheeled anywhere in the room. Nightstand? Check. Vanity table? Check. Tray for breakfast in bed? Check. Organize all of those things you might need in close proximity and wheel them around as you see fit.


4. Unison Fulton Charcoal Storage Bench, $1,599

Good for: providing hidden storage and extra seating.


If you're working with a small space, investing in a multipurpose piece of furniture is essential. This white oak storage bench could be placed at the foot of a bed or underneath a window to serve as a seating area, while also storing blankets, bed linen, or clothes. Who knew hiding things could be so beautiful?

5. Ollie Provisions Co. Storage Set (set of three), $92

Good for: stashing small odds and ends.

No matter how hard you try, there are likely to be a few bits and bobs that you just can't find a home for. These sturdy cotton canvas storage bins are great for tucking away cosmetics, pajamas, or anything else you might want to hide.

6. West Elm Vivien 6-Drawer Dresser, $1,299

Good for: providing additional storage for clothes.

If you're looking to graduate from your college dresser to a more glamorous vibe that comes with more space, this six-drawer dresser might just be your perfect match. Armed with all the curves, grooved details, and sleek bronze-finished hardware a person could want, there's nothing boring about this storage solution.

7. The Citizenry Kambas Ladder in Teak, $235

Good for: storing extra blankets when you run out of room in your linen closet.

If you were unsure as to what you were missing in your bedroom, let us introduce you to this wooden storage ladder. Use it for storing your favorite blankets, or tomorrow's outfit, and note how it becomes a statement piece in itself. Try placing it next to a leaning mirror for the ultimate carefree effect.

8. Anthropologie Carson Magazine Rack, starting at $88

Good for: neatly displaying your monthly magazine subscriptions.

Magazine storage racks make for attractive focal points and storage. If your bedroom sports a corner complete with an accent chair that's currently nursing a pile of clothes, this could be just the piece for you.

9. HAY Design Kaleidoscope Tray, from $29

Good for: organizing items on top of your dresser or nightstand.

If Marie Kondo has taught us one thing, it's that trays are your best friend when it comes to organizing. Storage should be both efficient and pleasing to the eye. Add some color to your bedroom with one of these geometric powder-coated steel trays and store your jewelry, cosmetics, and trinkets right at your fingertips.