If you're curious about how to organize your room and want bedroom design ideas, then you've come to the right place!
Your bedroom is a place for relaxation (as Brisket, our Pug, is demonstrating in the photo above) and should be your sanctuary.
Below you'll find the step-by-step process for how to organize your room as well as some great products that will help. Good luck!
The first step is to take note of the shape and size of the room. Some bedrooms only have space for a bed and a night table, while others have room for a desk, bookcase and more.
The next thing to consider is what the bedroom will be used for. Make a list of these activities, so that you can properly divide the room into sections. For example - sleeping, doing homework, reading books, watching tv, doing hair and makeup.
The first and most important section to establish is for sleeping, so the first piece of furniture that needs to be placed is the bed. It is the largest item and the initial purpose for this room. Figure out where you want your bed to be. Consider the space, the flow of traffic, being able to see the door when lying in it, where windows are and so on.
The next section to establish is what you consider to be the next priority. Let's say that doing homework is the next most important activity, so the next piece of furniture you need to place is the desk and perhaps a bookcase.
Continue in this fashion establishing sections of your room by
placing the appropriate furniture in order of priority. If necessary,
save space by using multipurpose furniture. For example, utilize a desk
that can be used for both doing your homework and can also hold your
television. This saves the space a media stand would take up.
How To Organize Your Room:
This was my bedroom! Keep scrolling to see my bedroom now.
As you can see by the way it was set up, my bedroom activities are sleeping, watching tv, and getting dressed. You'll also notice that I used one of our dressers to hold the television as opposed to introducing another piece of furniture like a media stand into this space.
Once your room is set up in sections and with the appropriate furniture, populate it with your material possessions accordingly. For example, put your books on the bookcase, your office supplies in the desk, your hair accessories in the vanity and so on. This establishes homes for your bedroom items by storing them where they get used.
Be sure to get rid of things you no longer need for optimum bedroom organization. Here's how to organize your room with regards to clearing the clutter and 3 ridiculously simple steps to keeping your room tidy.
Lastly, this is your sleeping sanctuary so decorate it accordingly. Use colors that bring you peace, hang wall art that you love and surround yourself with things that inspire you in a positive way.
How To Organize Your Room:
This is what my bedroom looks like now since we moved. The colors are neutral with just the right pop of bright green and turquoise. There is no clutter on any surfaces, on the floor or on the walls. To us, our bedroom is comfortable and promotes clarity and simplicity.
Home Organization Topics:
Baby's Room - Setting Up
Baby's Room - Music Festival Theme
Baby's Room - Dresser Drawers
>Guest Bathroom Cabinet
Bedroom - Cleaning Out
Bedroom - Maintaining
Bedroom - Setting Up
>Closet Organizing Process
>Closet - Hard Decisions
>Closet - Top 3 Products
>Closet Organizers To Assemble
>Closet Organizing Systems
>Pinterest - Wardrobe Organizer
>Pantry - Organizing Process
>Pantry - 5 Tips
>Refrigerator - Decluttering
>Refrigerator - 5 Secrets
>Under Sink Storage
Other Home Tips
Empty Nester Tips
Specific Items (i.e. Mail)
Top 5 Home Organizing Tips
Where Everything Belongs