The best bedroom storage furniture for space saving
Friday 21st December 2018
1. The best bedroom storage furniture for space saving
Extra space is often associated with a premium cost, especially when talking about creating extra space in the home. Removing interior walls to make two smaller rooms into one, large functional one, or adding in an extension to create new space where there previously wasn’t any, are the kind of high-cost jobs and installations that spring to mind when talking about increasing space in your home.
But what if there was another way? What if you could increase space in your bedroom without knocking any walls down?
2. Sliding wardrobe doors
Compared to the cost of the heavy duty construction work mentioned above, installing something as simple as a set of sliding wardrobe doors can have some surprisingly effective space-saving consequences.
Their horizontally-sliding door mechanism means that you’ll never sacrifice any open space in your room again. By avoiding the pitfall of outwardly-opening sliding doors – as featured on most free-standing, non-sliding door wardrobes – you’re not taking up extra surface area. Although it may seem trivial, with space in any room at home, every little counts.
3. Interior storage units for bedroom furniture
Any piece of bedroom furniture you have, space permitting, can be transformed into a storage unit. If we discount drawers and cupboards automatically, as their primary purpose is to be compartmentalised for storage, the next best thing to customise into divided storage is your wardrobe.
Inherently, all wardrobes are storage units, but it is possible to go further than the standard hanger setup if you really want to maximise your storage capabilities and save space in your bedroom. Our wardrobe interiors for example, come in a broad range of varieties, from hanger-focussed setups, through to complex systems with multiple drawers, allowing you to fit more of the stuff you need to inside. The result is, of course, much more free space once all of your belongings are neatly compartmentalised.