The best bedroom storage ideas

Finding the right bedroom storage design ideas can be a daunting prospect, but don’t panic, Laura Ashley Fitted Bedrooms can help. Whether you want loads of wardrobes, drawers or simple hanging space, your Laura Ashley fitted bedroom will feel like a calm and serene sleep space.

Whether you’re looking at your master bedroom, or organising your guest room, there’s plenty of ideas to help you get organised.  

The bedroom should be the place to relax and unwind without picking round a pile of shoes or clothes. Fully fitted bedroom furniture is perfect for adding lots of storage for all those important items.

Freestanding pieces work well in smaller spaces, and can complement the range of options available in Laura Ashley fitted bedrooms. Ranging from a simple chest of drawers to matching bedside tables, there are many ways of tidying up your treasured possessions.  

Let’s not forget about dressing tables. With the ability to store all of your clutter and provide a well-lit space to get ready in a morning, whether you have a full make-up routine going, or something simpler. Extra drawers will always come in handy!


Bedside Tables

Modern bedside tables make versatile storage space in master bedrooms or your guest rooms. A set of drawers hold bedside essentials. Reserve the top for a pretty lamp, your current book and don’t forget a space for your morning cup of tea.


Dressing Tables 

Bring order to your chaos by adding a dressing table, which can add an instant sense of luxury as well as much needed tidiness to your bedroom.

Out of sight, out of mind

Minimise clutter with fitted wardrobes and use “out of sight, out of mind” as your rule. Whether it’s a wide drawers, or dedicated hanging spaces, once those doors are closed, your bedroom becomes instantly tidier.

Coordinate your bedroom furniture

Maximise sorted in your bedroom with coordinated painted furniture. We’ve shown some of Sherborne’s drawer chests options here between two wardrobes.

Build storage into a window seat

Make the most of recesses beneath dormer windows by building a window seat. Check out our blog post about creating a window seat for more inspiration on this topic.