This post was written in a collaboration with Betta Living. I will be compensated for my time.
I have been looking into ways to use your bedside furniture for additional storage.
The premise here is to forgo nightstands for other types of furniture that serve your storage needs in a more creative fashion.
These old trunks look fantastic as coffee tables, but they also look great as a side table next to your bed. You can store linens, quilts, blankets, or anything else in these big trunks.
Below is another example. Using dresser for a bedside table. I have one on either side of my bed. And I love the storage it allows me.
Elect to have your desk next to your bed, and you have another piece of furniture to utilize as a night stand.
This ladder serves a multitude of storage purposes. There is room to fold blankets or quilts on the bottom shelf. You could add decor or books to the second.
And the top could be used for reading glasses, an alarm clock, or whatever you need to have next to your bedside.
Carts are another great way to get storage out of a small space. Not only that, but it looks stylish and pretty.
I doubt I would ever have come up with the pegboard idea below. But it's pure genius!
Cubed furniture can serve all kinds of purposes for whatever you need close by your bedside. It's also attractive.
File cabinets have rolled onto the scene lately as a popular use for a bedside table. You could use it for files. Or skip the files and just use the space inside.
Good places to seek out storage ideas for your bedroom is IKEA, Betta Living, and Wayfair.
Do you have additional ideas for storage that I haven't shown here? I'd love to hear about them.
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See my disclosure at the top of this post...