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How to use fitted wardrobes to create a clutter free bedroom

Perhaps more than any other room, a bedroom is a personal and private space that is mainly used for relaxation and rest. Therefore, having clever storage and fitted wardrobes to hide any clutter can ensure that it is as tranquil as it should be.

However, it's not always easy to store everything away; after all, we all have clothes, personal belongings, accessories and furniture that are in use every day.

To help you be organised, follow our top tips and ensure that you have fitted wardrobes that allow you to de-clutter your bedroom, clear your mind and have a good night's sleep.

Think about design

When designing your fitted wardrobes layout, think about the ease of use. You don't want to have to go to one side of the room to hang clothes and the other side to put away shoes. The easier it is to store things away, the easier it will become to keep your bedroom clutter-free.

Under bed storage

Underneath a bed can often be wasted space, but with some clever storage boxes, which nowadays come in many different patterns and designs, you can have an easy option to store away items that you don't need frequently, so don't need to take up space in your fitted wardrobes.

Open fitted wardrobes don't mean mess

A recent fashion has been to have fitted wardrobes with no doors. You would think that this wouldn't be an option when trying to create a clutter free bedroom, but done properly it can work. However, you will need to ensure that you have plenty of hanging space, shelving, shoe racking and drawer space including in the design, so that everything has a place to go to keep it nice and neat and tidy.

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Accessories

An easy, quick fix solution for storing jewellery and accessories is to hang them on hooks in the wall or the back of a wardrobe door. Not only does this give you instant access to them, but it also stops them from being tangled together.

Drawers, drawers and more drawers

When designing fitted wardrobes, ensure that you have a lot of drawer space. Drawers do not take up much room but are a great way of storing many belongings.

Don't forget the bottom of the bed

If you have the space, why not add a trunk at the end of your bed. They can come in all different materials, from wood and wicker, to leather and velvet and are perfect for keeping extra blankets and pillows, or even acting as a laundry basket.

Make use of a nightstand

In a bedroom, you can never have too much storage, so make use of nightstands as well, which can be incorporated into your fitted wardrobes design. These will be able to give you added drawer space for more personal belongings.

Let Park Street Interiors design your fitted wardrobes layout

At Park Street Interiors, we can help to turn your dreams into a reality! Our designers will work with you to create the perfect fitted wardrobes that will keep your room clutter-free.
To help create a room for relaxation, our Art of Living Group sister companies, the Stone Gallery and Ceramic Tile Warehouse, can give you added extras to banish any nightmares.

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