This is the one room that I think (personal opinion) is overlooked the most when it comes to not only design but organization. It is always at the bottom of our list because A. we don't think its as important as the rest of the home or B. its easier to shut the door and ignore the problem. My question to you is How do you sleep at night??? hehe. Here are some suggestions and inspiring images.
(This one is for Bandelle, Kelly, Ericka, Jane, Annie, Meagan, Naphtali, Jenny, Kalah, Teal Chic,Courtney andSuzanne.)
Keep your bedroom SIMPLE! (Easy Living) Start using those pieces in your bedroom for actual storage. Don't just have furniture for looks. Utilize every piece. Also utilize under your bed. Get long flat bins to put stuff in and then slide them right under. (Blueprint)
Less is better. Don't overwhelm your bedroom space with stuff. Only allow yourself minimal pieces of furniture to allow room to breathe. Chairs are great in bedrooms but make sure they don't become coat racks:) (Living Etc.) Simple.... (VT Wonen) Paper your room for visual purposes. It will add warmth and art without cluttering up your walls. (VT Wonen) Keep your nightstand clutter free. Only allow yourself a certain amount of magazines and books by your bed. (Decorati) This piece is perfect for storage and it looks fabulous. Only having a few items on top looks so nice and clutter free. (Twenty2) If you have to have a work space in your bedroom keep the desk top almost bare with a few decorative items so it doesn't give off the impression of an overwhelming office space.
(House to Home) (Living Etc.)
Let your bedroom reflect you. The colors and patterns you love, your favorite scents, textiles that feel good to you. Don't allow it to become a storage space. And don't let it become a giant laundry basket! Sweet dreams:)