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Storage Beds

Storage Beds: Space-Saving, Functional Furnishings

Storage beds - ideal for master bedrooms, kids' rooms and guest rooms - are the best way to maximize space in your home. Choosing beds with drawers beneath the mattress helps you make the most of high-value space, particularly in cozy areas with limited square footage.

Storage Beds With Full Storage Solutions

Beds with drawers can provide ample space, even replacing dresser sets in many cases, but storage beds with shelved headboards and hutches with built-in cabinetry are powerhouses when it comes to stashing away clothing, books and other items. Efficient and customizable, furniture like this provides under-bed storage designed to let you get more from your space.

How to Get More From Under-Bed Storage

Choose a storage bed with built-in drawers for simple, efficient organization or pick one with open shelves just begging for baskets. Pick a bed featuring a headboard with shelves to add decorative elements or settle on a bed with built-in hutches, vanity towers and a desk as an all-in-one that's ideal for studios, shared bedrooms or cozy spaces.

Using a Storage Bed in a Primary Bedroom

From kids' rooms to master bedrooms, under-bed storage can save space and help keep the room tidy - and that storage space doesn't have to be used for clothing. Toys, extra blankets and games fit neatly into under-bed storage, which makes cleanup easier. Shelves and towers can replace nightstands and beds with built-in desks are ideal for students and creatives.

Using a Storage Bed in a Guest Bedroom

Use a storage bed in a guest bedroom to provide your guests with extra space while they're visiting or to stash away seasonal clothing, documents and other items that just don't have a home. Shoe organizers, storage bags and things you don't use that frequently - like gift-wrap - are perfect candidates for under-bed storage.

How to Choose a Storage Bed

Size and style play big roles when you choose a storage bed, but you also need to consider function. Originally called "captain's beds" because they were used on ships with tight space restrictions, storage beds feature a bed frame or shelves - or a combination of the two - so you can create more space in any room. Some feature extra hidden storage beneath the mattress, which is ideal for seasonal items and other things you rarely use.

When you're choosing a storage bed, think about your primary purpose and where you intend to put it. Ask yourself:

  • Does it belong in a seldom-used guest room, a child's room or your master suite?
  • How much do you need to store?
  • What size mattress do you use?

Your room's overall style, the amount of storage you need and whether you prefer shelves, drawers or a combination of the two will determine which storage bed is right for you.

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