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Space Saving Hacks For Bedrooms

“Home is where the heart is.” A house transforms into a home with its people, their feelings, and their togetherness. Each home speaks to the personality of its inhabitants. And who wouldn’t love their place to feel a little more spacious, bright, and homey? While a bigger home is everyone’s dream, you can make the most of your place by maximizing the available space.

Bright Side brings you some astonishing tips and ideas to make the most of your space and liven up the decor with a modern touch.

This bunk bed is classy and saves space.

Swap a traditional bed with this bunk bed to create that much-needed extra space in your child’s room for play or study. With a minimalistic and modern design, it’s easy on the eyes. Plus, it takes care of the issue of privacy too.

A desk that doubles as a vanity

Instead of just a traditional drawer, modify a table that can be lifted up, for under-the-hood storage space. Attach a mirror on the underside, and there you go — a classy vanity with all your things in one place. You’ll never have to look for your accessories in different places again. You could even customize it as a study desk or a craft corner.

Murphy beds are the future.

Murphy beds or wall beds are great multifunctional pieces of furniture. Use it as a sofa during the day and a bed by night. It’s great for small spaces, where there can’t be a separate guest room.

Store regular-use items under a sitting area.

This space works best for things that are used frequently. Just open the cabinet when you need something, and shove it back in without much hassle. This works best for toys, shoes, or even books.

A cozy, little corner for a hidden work desk

This one is for all those who are in desperate need of a work desk, but “ain’t got no space in that little place.” Remove a drawer or a cabinet and fit this pull-out work desk anywhere in the house. Pull it out when necessary and you are good to go. No extra space needed.

Identify the wasted spaces and utilize ’em.

Utilize the wasted areas in the house for extra storage space. Make a rack, hang hooks, or create sleek shelving — use it to store spices, mugs, extra cutlery, cleaning supplies, shoes, or even brooms.

The end side of the cabinet is great for hanging extra stuff.

This side space is often ignored in houses. Utilize it by making a sleek cabinet for storing your cleaning supplies, power cords, extra groceries, or even a shoe rack. It needs very little space and works great for storing extra household items. If you don’t want to install a cabinet, you could install shelving instead.

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