Beautiful Space Saving Bedroom Ideas

Mobile homes, especially older single wides like mine, are tight on space. You have a choice of being a complete minimalist or having a very organized home in order to make you and your family most comfortable. Finding usable space for storage is often difficult so if you can make a piece of furniture double as a usable storage compartment you are winning the battle against the clutter.  Here’s some great space saving bedroom ideas:

Bedrooms are very important in the space utilizing hunt. There’s several things you can do to make extra space: add shelving, utilize normally neglected areas like under the bed or the closet floor, and buying a bed that has built in compartments.

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Following are some great beds that serve double duty to add space for organization. They are also gorgeous pieces of furniture. They could turn even the smallest of bedrooms into a comfortable, well organized haven. Here are some great examples of beds that are usable for much more than just sleeping.

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I think the use of “vintage” pallets is a wonderful way to add height, steps for your beloved animals and lots of texture to your bedroom. For an artist or scrapbook enthusiasts the pallets would also be usable storage for flat and rolled paper. A few of my favorite things:

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You can get inspiration to make your mobile home the best it can be just about anywhere. I found these photos on a site called Olioboard. If you haven’t checked it out, you’re going to want to, especially if your about to remodel, update or decorate. Olioboard allows you to make design boards just like the ones above, re-size the objects and save or print them. You simply chose a category, search through the huge inventory and add whatever you like. It is a great way to put your thoughts about a design into a visual forum and waste a lot of time. It’s so much fun though!

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2 Comments
  1. P.A.R. says

    Hi there, I found your site interesting with some nice photographs. Not long ago I managed to gut my single wide, installed all new kitchen cabinets, counter-tops, etc. I bought it used and the first thing that I knew that had to be done was to take care of a foal cat smell. No one had sealed up the skirting and cats nudged their way under there. Also, they must of fed all the cats in the area at the front door. What a nightmare it’s been to deter cats away from spraying on my screen, door, and steps. What brought me to your website: I’m searching new windows, ideas, etc. Some of the windows are Jalousie. Even though their old fashioned, they always look nice when kept clean. Thanks for allowing me to share my thoughts and I hope you all have a great day. (pet owners: please train your animals to go to the bathroom at your place. For the safety of others and your pet KEEP THEM CONTROLLED!

    1. Crystal Adkins says

      Thanks for the comment!

      We also had a neighborhood cat that would spray our front deck and you could smell it from the carport. I’ve read good things about the product that comes with the black light but haven’t used it. If I recall correctly red pepper flakes (or maybe black pepper) was the suggestion that seemed to work best for us (the cat eventually stopped coming around though I don’t know if it was the pepper or something happened to it). Best of luck! I know how frustrating that is.

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