Murphy wall beds are well-known for their space-saving benefits, practicality, and comfort.
But did you know this age-old sleeping solution extends to more than just a traditional bed that folds down from a wall?
The Murphy bed sofa takes this clever furniture concept and does it one better by adding a comfortable sofa to the mix.
Why a Murphy bed sofa is so practical
One of the main reasons to install a Murphy bed sofa (also known as a MurphySofa or a Murphy bed with a couch) is to allow a room to serve other purposes aside from being used only as sleeping quarters.
We often see them used in home offices and family rooms, especially with the rising popularity of smaller condo units in Toronto. Even a larger room in your home may need to serve multiple purposes, which the bed/sofa combination is ideal for.
The project highlighted here is a great example of how combining a Murphy bed with a stylish sofa can change how you use your space for the better.
In this project, the room will mostly be used as a work area and occasionally for entertaining. With the simple addition of a custom sofa with an integrated Murphy bed behind it, the room becomes more versatile.
The sofa is located close to the window, providing a comfortable seating area with a nice view. The Murphy wall bed is stored behind it.
The Murphy bed sofa is well-positioned facing the built-in wall unit on the opposite wall that was also installed.
Guest rooms are another ideal spot for a Murphy bed sofa. Having overnight visitors is not a weekly or monthly occurrence, so you may not wish to dedicate an entire room for this purpose.
A wall bed/sofa allows the room to always be at-the-ready to accommodate guests. One of the hallmarks of a genuine Murphy bed is that they include a real mattress (spring or coil and up to 10″ thick) that doesn’t fold in the middle. This allows your guests to get a better night’s sleep than they would on a flimsy, uncomfortable sleeper sofa mattress.
When visitors aren’t staying over, the room can be used for something else, such as a home office, craft room, exercise space, or reading room.
How a Murphy bed sofa works
Let’s explain how a Murphy bed sofa works. The idea is that moving an entire couch in order to fold down a wall bed located behind it isn’t practical.
That’s too much work and besides, if you have a Murphy bed in the first place then space is likely at a premium in the room.
To make things easier, we incorporate the sofa into the bed. To access the bed, simply remove the back and bottom cushions and lower the bed over the sofa frame, as shown below.
Folding the bed down or raising it back up is smooth and easy. Organized Interiors uses genuine Murphy bed hardware for its superior quality, ease of use, and its outstanding 25-year warranty.
The Murphy wall bed folds back up into a storage space that is hidden with attractive faux cabinet doors (they’re actually the underside of the bed and also function as the couch’s backrest).
The entire design is customized to complement the existing décor of your room.
Customize your furniture and let a pro install it
As always, Organized Interiors designs all of our projects with you and your space in mind.
That’s the biggest advantage of choosing us for your project instead of buying your Murphy bed and sofa online and trying to install it yourself.
We work with you to create a design that is customized to complement your home’s décor. Many finish and panel options are available, as well as a wealth of hardware styles and upgrade options. You can specify what type and colour of fabric you want for the sofa, the type of legs it has, and even customize the arm design.
The project shown here features a queen-size bed, but we can also do this furniture combination with single and double-size mattresses. Organized Interiors can design a sofa with a side-tilt (horizontal) Murphy bed, too (this configuration is available in double and queen sizes only).
Assembling and installing a Murphy bed sofa in your home isn’t a job for the average homeowner with basic handyman skills.
We save you the headache of tackling this tricky installation by installing everything efficiently and correctly. Our professional installers will ensure that your bed and sofa unit fit perfectly.
Experience the benefits of a Murphy bed sofa
Upgrade the functionality in one of your home’s rooms by adding a multipurpose Murphy bed sofa to it.
Holiday home cleaning the areas your guests will see
A home that’s clean and organized from top-to-bottom is preferable, but not always achievable when you’re scrambling to take care of everything that goes into hosting a get-together.
Luckily, your guests won’t see every room in your home so just focus on getting the areas they will spend time in looking pristine.
Your entryway is obviously a top priority, as it creates the first impression of your interior living space. Is there room for shoes and boots? When the front hallway closet is opened, is it tidy and providing enough space for your guest’s coats?
Some guests will assuredly be spending time in the kitchen. You’ve taken care of the clutter cleanup in the room, but how does the fridge look? Has the inside of the fridge also been decluttered and scrubbed so anyone grabbing a cold beverage out of it won’t even think twice about how clean it is?
It goes without saying that your guest bathroom has to be spic and span with enough hand towels, soap, hand sanitizer, and extra toilet paper to serve your guest’s needs.
Clear all the clutter from any flat surfaces in the dining room, living room, and basement (if necessary) and give them a good wipedown.
Even one of your bedrooms should be presentable if you’re using a bed as an overflow coat storage space. You or someone from your family that’s on coat duty might get tied up with one of a multitude of hosting tasks. Allow guests who are ready to go home to get their coats from the room if they need to without having to worry about its appearance.
5 areas you shouldn’t forget to clean
There are many parts of the home that are easy to miss when you’re rushing to get your cleaning done. Don’t forget to give these areas a quick vacuum, dusting, or wipe down with a damp towel:
drapes, curtains, and blinds
light fixtures and ceiling fans
baseboards and crown moulding
electrical outlets and light switches
A few things to remember about clutter
Clutter doesn’t just mean what we typically think of when we hear the word, like toys or junk left on the floor or a messy countertop.
It also includes visual clutter, which means having too many things occupying a space, even if they’re kept tidy. A shelf that’s overloaded with knick-knacks and mementoes is one example.
Be mindful of not using too many pieces of furniture in a room. This can make the space feel more cramped.
Spending time in any environment that has too much clutter makes us feel unsettled. For example, it’s been well-established that excessively cluttered homes contribute to poor sleep quality and higher stress levels in occupants of those living spaces.
Controlling your traditional clutter and visual clutter will help to make your guests feel more relaxed and comfortable.
The ideal solution for hosting overnight guests
When guests from out of town are staying overnight, are you able to put them up in a guest room?
Whether it’s during the holiday season or any other time of year, having a guest room that’s always at-the-ready is a wonderful thing in any home.
Putting your visitors up in a guest room is a more thoughtful gesture than having them stay in a hotel room that feels sterile and inhospitable.
A spare room can easily be converted into a useful guest room with a space-saving Murphy wall bed and beautiful custom cabinetry where guest linens and pillows can be stored.
Here are some more nice things you can do to make your overnight guests feel even more comfortable in your home:
provide a TV or smart speaker for their room
leave out some cozy bathrobes for them to use
provide a basket with toiletries in case they forgot to pack some of their own
write down your home’s WiFi password for them
These thoughtful gestures will be greatly appreciated and leave your guests thinking, “Who needs a 5-star hotel?”
Make your home easier to keep organized
We hope these holiday home cleaning and organization tips are useful to you when you’re preparing to entertain guests.
Organized Interiors can help take the worry out of having guests over. Our wide variety of storage and organization solutions make it easier to maintain a tidy home all year-round.
We can also custom-design any of the following things to enhance your home’s entertaining capabilities:
a stunning feature wall with an electric fireplace
After the more laid back approach to life most of us take during the summer, readjusting to the hustle and bustle of the autumn and early winter seasons can be tricky.
With fall just around the corner, hopefully you’ve managed to keep up with the busier pace of everyday life.
Your family will be spending a lot more time indoors now that the cool weather has arrived and the more frigid weather looms just a few weeks away.
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17 fall home organizing tips for a tidier house and condo
Considering how much more time we’ll be staying inside, it makes good sense to focus on getting your home clean and organized in the next few weeks.
A major deep cleaning and decluttering of your home doesn’t have to wait until the new year or next spring. By then, there’ll be more work for you to do.
And who wants to spend the first few days of January worrying about a big cleaning project when many of us are feeling drained after the hectic holiday season?
Before the year gets much older, get your house or condo autumn and winter-ready with these 17 fall home organizing tips.
1. Create an organization checklist and use a schedule
Having goals and a well-thought-out game plan for getting your home organized will increase the odds of success with your organization project.
Set up an organization checklist with key tasks you want to complete around the home. Don’t hesitate to throw in a couple of easy and quick organization jobs, either! Seeing things checked off a to-do list provides great motivation to keep moving forward.
To stay better organized, ensure you’re using a schedule to keep track of all events everyone in the house has coming up.
Medical appointments, sports practices and games, school events, and social gatherings should all be shown on a schedule so no one is caught off guard at the last moment.
Use a calendar in the kitchen that allows for lots of writing space for each day of the month. There’s no shortage of mobile calendar and scheduling apps available that will sync between everyone’s phones to keep all of your family’s upcoming events documented and organized.
2. Focus on one task at a time
Don’t take on too much and try to get your whole home in tip-top shape in just one weekend. No one needs that pressure or frustration.
A lot of home cleanup efforts fail because we attempt to do too much, can’t meet our goals, get frustrated, and walk away from the work.
Pace yourself and set realistic goals with a flexible timeline.
If necessary, just concentrate on one or two rooms to work on and get in peak form. After all, even one is better than none!
3. Make closet space for seasonally-appropriate clothes
Any change in seasons (especially in the spring and winter) should involve a thorough swap out of your wardrobe.
Ensuring that only seasonally-appropriate clothing is taking up your main wardrobe storage spaces will make getting dressed easier. You’ll have fewer things to navigate through and choose from, which will save you time.
Your spring and summer attire from your bedroom and front entryway closets could be hung in a spare bedroom closet, kept in labelled storage bins, or in the storage spaces of your built-in bedroom cabinetry.
Don’t forget about the linen closet, either. Switch out those lighter linens with your heavier bedding, linens, and blankets.
4. Edit your wardrobe
A seasonal clothing changeover also gives you a good opportunity to edit your wardrobe and get rid of the pieces you never wear.
As Marie Kondo preaches, only keep clothing items that truly spark joy. If you haven’t worn something in a couple of years, it’s probably time to add it to your pile of clothes to donate.
A seasonal wardrobe curation will minimize the chance of wasting money on a duplicate purchase of something you already own and just couldn’t find (which only makes a closet more congested).
If you’re struggling to keep your home’s closet spaces tidy, contact Organized Interiors. Our custom closets are designed to make managing your storage spaces easy and more efficient.
5. Organize your digital world
Because we use our smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers so much nowadays, digital clutter is something that needs occasional tending to.
Americans check their smartphones an average of 52 times per day, according to one study. The most recent data we could find on cell phone usage for Canadians was from a 2014 CIBC poll. It reported that we check our phones a lot more – an average of six times per hour.
Most of us have more apps than we use, so get rid of the ones on all of your electronics that do nothing but add to your digital clutter. Group your mobile apps by category into folders so you don’t have four or five pages to swipe through just to find one.
Clean up that neglected email in-box and get those computers tidied up by reducing the number of files and icons on your desktop.
6. Rein in the holiday shopping
All of these fall home organizing tips involve taking action on different things except for this one. No, this tip involves doing, well, nothing.
A good deal of the clutter that sits in homes comes from impulse and sale purchases of things you didn’t need, but believe you might need someday.
There will be no shortage of tempting sales over the next few months with Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Boxing Day vying for our attention and spending money.
Resist the lure of those rock bottom sale prices to prevent the accumulation of more home clutter unless they’re things you really need and will use.
7. Declutter your food storage spaces
The kitchen is one of your home’s hardest working rooms, meaning your food storage spaces should be getting decluttered regularly.
It tends to get used even more during the last few months of the year for baking and cooking dishes to bring to social functions or for home entertaining.
Empty the contents of your pantry, freezer, and fridge to see what’s fresh and what isn’t. Give these storage areas a good cleaning before refilling them.
Set aside food purchases that are still good to eat, but will likely never get used. Food banks will appreciate your donation during this time of the year.
8. Help your kids get more organized
You can help your kids get more organized to make both their life (and yours) a little easier.
Work with them in their closets and drawers to reduce the number of outgrown or damaged clothing items that could be removed. This can create more storage space for those recent back-to-school wardrobe purchases.
Because kids grow so quickly, their closets should actually be getting the curation treatment even more regularly than your bedroom closet does.
To help with their academic tasks, consider setting up a home study space that’s tidy, designed to cater to their studying needs, and distraction-free.
A study space can be incorporated into a home office design to create a multi-functional room for the whole family.
9. Deal with those junk drawers
One of our previous fall home organizing tips involved adding smaller decluttering jobs to your cleanup to-do list. Tidying up your home’s junk drawers falls into that category.
Dump your junk drawers separately out onto a large surface like the dining room table and start going through everything.
Have a garbage bin and paper recycling bin beside you and you’ll probably find there’s not much left to go back in the drawers once the job is done.
If the drawers don’t have dividers, add some to keep things more organized.
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10. Make your bed every morning
Many of us were taught to make our beds every morning. We lead busy lives, however, and making the bed is rarely the first thing on our minds when we wake up.
Sometimes finding even that one or two minutes for this task during a hectic morning isn’t easy, but here’s why you should try it.
Gretchen Rubin is an author and former Navy SEAL commander. She writes in a LinkedIn article that the simple act of making your bed every morning is a positive way to start the day.
It ties into that strategy of sprinkling in a bunch of fast, easy-to-accomplish chores on your organization to-do list to fuel your motivation.
With your bed in mind, remember to flip and rotate your mattress anywhere from once every three months to once a year, depending on what the mattress maker recommends. That will ensure one side doesn’t wear out too fast.
11. Delegate home chores
A lot of these fall home organizing tips and tasks will require a bit of time, which is even more reason to delegate duties among family members.
Everybody contributes to creating household clutter, so everyone who’s old enough to help clean and declutter should be pitching in, too.
Splitting up your household chores will ensure mom or dad don’t get burnt out or frustrated taking on too much work.
Another good reason to delegate when it comes to cleaning work is that it tends to make kids feel more accountable and responsible for how they function within the home.
They’ll be less likely to leave a mess if it’s them that has to eventually tidy it up!
12. Be prepared for the unexpected
There’s nothing worse than being unprepared when an emergency occurs or anything else unexpected happens.
Maybe it’s a December ice storm that knocks out your home’s power for hours or perhaps it’s having to deal with a cooking fire.
As part of your fall home organizing checklist, spend the time to take proactive measures to guarantee you’re as ready as possible for any unexpected and challenging household occurrences.
October is fire safety awareness month, which means it’s time to check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and test the units.
Every home should have a fire extinguisher located in or near the kitchen. Check that its expiry date is still good. If the extinguisher has a pressure gauge, make sure it’s maintaining pressure.
Test your flashlights to see if they need fresh batteries and know where to find your candles and matches.
13. Make sure your guest room is ready to go
Having a guest room always at the ready for overnight visitors is a wonderful thing, whether it’s during the holiday season or any other time of the year.
It’s great having a dedicated hosting space that doesn’t require you to scramble around searching for bedding and sleeping accommodations for guests.
less floor space is taken up with their pulldown design
extra storage space can be incorporated into the bed’s design
they can be customized to complement your décor
14. Create storage homes for as many things as possible
Creating homes for 100% of everything in your home is a lot to ask, but with a little time and focus, it’s possible to establish homes for most of the things you own.
Dedicated homes reduces the amount of time wasted looking for misplaced items (as long as you take that all-important step to actually put it back in its home, mind you).
15. Fall home organizing tips for outside
We aren’t just focussing on the inside with these fall home organizing tips – your home’s exterior needs a little attention in the autumn as well.
In addition to the standard outdoor home maintenance tasks you’ll be doing this fall like cleaning the eavestroughs and raking leaves, spend some time organizing now so you’ll make life easier for yourself come springtime.
Pick up any toys, sports gear, yard tools, and gardening tools sitting outside.
Drain your garden hoses, faucets, and sprinkler system to prevent damage from ice and hang the hoses neatly in the garage or a shed. Consider adding insulating covers to your outside faucets.
Wash off your patio furniture before putting it away until the spring. Store it in a shed or an out-of-the-way spot in the garage. If it’s staying outside, cover everything with properly fitting covers to prevent rust.
16. Get your garage organized and winter-ready
Because the garage gets so much use during the spring and summer, it tends to be one of the more demanding fall home organizing projects to deal with.
Just as you edited your closet’s belongings, do the same with the contents of your garage. Throw out old or broken tools that aren’t useful.
Look for floor clutter that can be discarded to make more space for garage parking when the weather gets worse.
If floor clutter is a problem, the solution is to make better use of your wall and overhead space.
Slatwall storage panels and overhead racking will create an ample amount of storage room for things like:
sports equipment (including bikes)
bulky seasonal items such as patio furniture
Contact Garage Living to get more information about how they can make your garage more visually appealing and organized.
17. Upgrade or add a mudroom
Having a transitional home space between the indoors and outside like a mudroom is particularly helpful at this time of year.
A mudroom can help to contain the messes that occur with tracked-in mud or snow from boots, as well as jackets and apparel that are soaked from the rain or snow.
In addition to your family’s fall and winter outdoor gear, all of those other items that regularly go in and out of the house like dog leashes, car keys, and backpacks can be kept organized in a mudroom and won’t get lost or misplaced as often.
Start your fall home organizing now
If you’ve been thinking about devoting time to some of these fall home organizing projects, let us know how we can help.
Organized Interiors has storage and organization solutions that every room in your home can benefit from.
Some things just never go out of style and the Murphy bed is more essential today than ever before.
Today’s Murphy beds are comfortable, reliable, and can be found in upscale condos and houses and beautifully add a stylish, modern touch to your home’s décor.
Murphy bed and custom built-ins finished in Chocolate Pear.
7 things you need to know about Murphy beds
William Murphy’s wall bed design has been around for well over a century. Modern enhancements and improvements have made this traditional concept a must-have for any home.
Let’s look at seven Murphy bed attributes that show why this classic piece of furniture remains so appealing.
1. Murphy beds are a classic brand for a reason
There’s a reason most wall beds are commonly referred to as “Murphy beds”, even if they’re not the Murphy brand. The Murphy name is associated as much with wall beds as Kleenex is with tissues, Band-Aid is for bandages, and Google is for online searches.
All of these brand names are used as shorthand to describe even their competitor’s products because in some cases they invented the product, they perfected the product, and they became market leaders.
All wall beds are not created equal, however. A DIY wall bed kit might save some cost, but DIY wall beds fall well short of a customized authentic Murphy bed in five important areas:
ease of use: the spring-based mechanism makes the bed easy to open and close
one-finger operation: the patented rotational leg and crossbar is smooth and no-fuss
reliability: the lightweight Supreme Steel hardware system carries a 25-year warranty
safety: the counterbalanced system means it stays closed
peace of mind: custom Murphy beds installed by Organized Interiors’ trained installation team mean a high quality, long-lasting custom bed that you or your guests can confidently use every day
When Organized Interiors talks about Murphy beds, we are describing the genuine article, as we use hardware by Murphy Wall Beds of Canada for every wall bed we make.
2. Murphy beds are ideal for small living spaces
Between consumers being more mindful of reducing their carbon footprint, embracing a more minimalist lifestyle, and responding to high real estate prices, small space living is more popular than ever.
Whether you’re a middle-aged professional who’s downsized to a smaller home, a millennial living in a studio apartment, or a family who hosts guests, a Murphy bed was made just for you.
Their pulldown design means Murphy beds take up very little room and can be put away during the day when not in use. When space is really at a premium in a small home, a wall bed is virtually a must-have piece of furniture to own.
Double side tilt Murphy bed in Sand Beige and Sunset Cruise with ample overhead storage.
Double side tilt Murphy bed in Sand Beige and Sunset Cruise with stained wood desktop.
3. Murphy beds are big space savers
Even if your living space isn’t small, Murphy beds are great at saving space in a room.
Freeing up floor space allows for more space to move within the room and even makes vacuuming the room easier. Any other use for a room, such as a craft room, fitness area, kids playroom or home office, can incorporate a Murphy bed design that lets you also use it as a guest room. It’s all about maximizing the functionality of your home!
Murphy beds are ideal when you only need to periodically host guests, but wish to have a room available for more common uses. When it’s needed, simply pull the bed down and you and your guests are ready for a good night’s sleep.
4. Murphy beds are more than just a pulldown bed
Organized Interiors’ customized wall beds are functional, but also stylish and visually appealing. In fact, we’re confident you’ll find that they nicely enhance any room’s appearance with custom finishes and design features that beautifully complement your décor.
Even though a Murphy bed takes up less floor space, it can actually add useful storage space to a room. This integrated piece of furniture can have storage above, behind, and to the sides of the bed unit. Turn a home library into a book lover’s oasis.
Choosing a Murphy bed that you can have customized gives you many more options for sizes, finishes, decorative hardware, and other features.
5. A Murphy bed is the easiest-to-open wall bed
The ease of use with a Murphy bed can depend on what type of wall bed you buy.
Murphy beds are hands-down the easiest wall bed to open and close. From the lightweight steel frame to the spring-balanced mechanism, the high-quality hardware used on proper Murphy beds makes opening and closing them simple and quick.
Interior designer Jane Lockhart demonstrates in the video below how easy-peasy it is to open and close an Organized Interiors Murphy bed:
6. Murphy beds can be your everyday bed
In small spaces such as open-concept condos, the ability to put your bed away every morning is essential. Murphy’s hardware and Organized Interiors’ cabinet construction can withstand everyday use, so you can get the most out of a small space.
Effective design allows you to create a furniture piece that means when your bed is closed, it doesn’t have to feel like you’re in your bedroom. And when the bed is lowered, it doesn’t have to feel like you’re sleeping in your living room or office.
A Murphy bed doesn’t require a boxspring, but the bed door comfortably supports a proper mattress for everyday comfort.
Which brings us to…
7. Murphy beds are super comfortable to sleep on
Murphy beds use real, high-quality coil mattresses that are every bit as comfortable to sleep on as a conventional bed. You may have your own mattress you would like to use already, or Organized Interiors can supply one with your custom Murphy bed purchase.
Foam mattresses are not recommended, including some of the trendy bargain mattresses that are all the rage online. Their construction is not suited to a wall bed application, as they often don’t have the structural integrity for being stored on their sides when the bed is closed.
We use mattresses that are approved for use in a Murphy bed, providing years of comfort for you and your guests. The only drawback is maybe your guests won’t want to leave!
Visit our showroom for inspirational wall bed ideas
If you’re intrigued by the Murphy wall bed attributes listed here, visit our showroom to experience the stylish looks and practicality of our custom wall beds for yourself.
Organized Interiors’ Murphy beds are built to last and come with a 25-year manufacturer’s warranty on the bed’s hardware.
The key component in keeping an organized bedroom is to have a closet space that’s well-designed and highly functional.
A well-managed closet can keep clutter from spilling out into the rest of the bedroom, but a closet won’t always be able to handle all of your wardrobe storage needs.
That’s when it’s time to consider some bedroom storage furniture ideas to help lighten the load in your closet a little.
Bedroom storage furniture ideas you may not have considered
Perhaps you’re looking for some supplemental storage systems for the bedroom for the following reasons:
your bedroom closet is too small
you own too many clothes and can’t find the time to properly thin out your wardrobe
you want to make better use of the storage space in your bedroom
A dresser and nightstand/bedside table are some obvious examples of bedroom storage furniture most of us use.
If you’re looking for some additional outside-the-closet bedroom storage furniture ideas to keep things tidy, here are a few outside-the-box suggestions.
1. Bed surround
When it comes to adding extra non-closet storage space to a bedroom, it’s hard to beat a bed surround.
This versatile piece of furniture gets somewhat overlooked when homeowners are considering the best bedroom storage furniture ideas.
Here’s why a bed surround is worthy of your consideration when you’re looking for smart ways to furnish your bedroom:
maximizes your bedroom storage space
provides a comfortable sleeping space
adds a stylish decorative touch to a bedroom
Let’s start with the valuable underbed storage a bed surround provides. The integrated storage drawers are perfect for things like out-of-season clothing, pillows, and blankets. And unlike a traditionally open underbed storage space, all your belongings will stay clean and dust bunny-free.
Bed surrounds can also include everything from nightstands, a headboard with cabinets and shelving storage, and even a custom wardrobe (or two).
And with a bespoke bed surround design, everything from the drawer sizes, shelf widths and depths, lighting placement, finishes, and any other available features can be customized for you.
A wardrobe (also known as an “armoire”) is another smart solution to turn to when you need more bedroom storage. The beauty of a wardrobe is that it can fit anywhere there’s free space in a bedroom.
Some people are under the impression that a wardrobe is little more than a furniture enclosure with an extra hanging rod or two, along with a shelf.
While it does function as an extension of your closet for clothes hanging space, a wardrobe can do so much more. Many of the useful accessories and features that make a closet organization system so effective can be added, too. Examples include:
drawers with dividers
pullout shoe rack
a valet rod, tie/scarf rack, and decorative hooks
Wardrobes are a great storage option if you’re finding a shared closet space too frustrating to maintain with your partner. Create a separate storage space for one of you by adding a wardrobe to your bedroom.
Bedrooms aren’t the only room in a home where a wardrobe can be added, either. They’re ideal for a playroom, storage room, guest room, or any room without adequate (or any) closet space.
And just like a bed surround, going the custom route for the wardrobe you’re buying allows you to personalize the design to suit your needs, both functionally and aesthetically. With decorative touches like metal grill or glass doors, crown moulding, and stylish door and drawer pulls, a bespoke wardrobe becomes a beautiful furniture display piece.
3. Wall bed
You might not think of a wall bed when you’re considering bedroom storage furniture ideas, but it might actually be perfect for your needs.
A wall bed’s clever design is all about space-saving and nothing occupies more floor space in a bedroom than a bed. Wouldn’t it be nice to reclaim the floor space a bed takes up when you don’t need it?
Wall beds (also known as “Murphy beds”) conveniently fold up into a stylish cabinet when they’re not being used. That makes them ideal for guest rooms, micro-condos, or any room where space is limited.
You could also optimize your available space by creating a multi-purpose room that functions occasionally as a guest room and as a home office the rest of the time.
And we’re not including wall beds on this list of creative bedroom storage furniture ideas just because the bed itself can be stored away.
A custom wall bed can also incorporate surrounding drawer and cabinet storage, to really expand your bedroom storage options.
Great bedroom storage furniture ideas to keep you organized
Organized Interiors has the highest quality bedroom storage furniture ideas and custom closet solutions for your home.
Schedule a free in-home design consultation with us to discover how our 40+ years of organization expertise can help you to improve the storage flexibility in your home.