5 storage tricks for bedrooms with no closets
Overbearing wardrobe designs in personal rooms take away some of the charm of the design. Their heavy bodies with drab facades either create a visual hindrance or a creative barrier between the users their space. A typical wardrobe is an old fashioned advent, and many designers are now looking for innovative ways to take that pragmatic aspect out of the aesthetics of an interior without compromising the functionality of the space. Many have succeeded in this endeavor, but most clients seem to cling to the very idea of a wardrobe in the room without disparity. Well, we say that it is time to knock bak the gloves and try something new – something just as functionally adept as a wardrobe is for storage, but with less unfortunate aesthetic consequences than the wardrobe itself. Today we will be discussing some genius storage tips for bedrooms with no closets.
- The clever furniture hacks
Designing smart furniture is always a good way to do away with clothes and other stuff lying about without compromising on the aesthetics of your space. In the image below you will see a high topped bed, whose base has been designed to be a make shift closet. The sides consist of leather clad pull out drawers, in which you could put anything – from clothes to shoes to ordinary everyday trinkets and more. This gives the designer a bit more aesthetic liberty with the rest of the interior space.
- Bedside encounters
This window side single bed design uses its physique and stature to play a clever alternative to a wardrobe/closet. Its aesthetic is that of a contemporary multi-stacked armoire with the contemporary element of bay window aesthetic. The pull-out drawer storage also assigns this bed the title of ‘smart furniture.’
- To the side
This bedroom uses a clever alternative for a closet/wardrobe design; the designer placed a window settee and designed it in the image of a modern one, so that the base is actually a hidden compartment that could be used for storage.
When you’ve got a tall ceiling height in your home, then we recommend you to use that to your advantage. A taller ceiling means there can be distinctive furniture design manipulations that can make your storage dual purposed and out of sight – just look at the pull-outs below the study desk.
- Minimal and deco
Another clever bed design, this one uses a neo-classical deco style vibe to imbue a sense of grandeur as well as modernity. However, that would not have taken effect had there been a huge, glaringly adept wardrobe designed somewhere in the middle. The white tones of this define are an effective ambient release, and the sides of the bed act as pull out drawers to be used for storage of clothes and more – an easy alternative to the idyllically misplace concept of ward robe design in a small space.