This Is How to Declutter Your Room (and Achieve Organizational Bliss)

Updated 10/16/17
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Sarah Sherman Samuel

If you're partial to spending your weekend mornings in bed, you know that having an organized bedroom can mean the difference between an a.m. that feels luxuriously lazy and one that's downright lethargic. After all, being surrounded by barely worn clothes, stacks of books, and half-empty glasses can make it difficult to properly enjoy a Netflix marathon. We know what you're thinking: Taking a room from chaotic and cluttered to neat and tidy is easier said than done.

Enter: this shopping guide. From a wall-mounted shelf that doesn't take up precious square footage to an affordable catchall that's just as functional as it is stylish, these bedroom storage solutions will make you want to channel your inner Marie Kondo and tidy up your space—stat. Yes, even if you're organization averse. Ahead is how to declutter your room and achieve organizational bliss once and for all.

Terrace Nightstand
West Elm Terrace Nightstand $300
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A tiered nightstand offers ample bedside storage space for books and extra blankets, as well as plenty of surface area for decorative must-haves like a great-smelling candle.

Kensie Wall Shelf - Bronze One Size at Urban Outfitters
Urban Outfitters Kensie Wall Shelf $34
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Hang a wall-mounted shelf to stow your jewelry, display sentimental photos, and add greenery to your bedroom without sacrificing precious square footage.

Mid-Century 6-Drawer Dresser
West Elm Mid-Century 6-Drawer Dresser $1000
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If you're short on space for your ever-expanding wardrobe (we feel you), opt for a dresser to pick up your closet's slack.

prisma geometric storage catchall
CB2 Prisma Geometric Catchall $15
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Place a chic catchall on your dresser or nightstand to keep your jewelry (and other small trinkets) organized and easily accessible.

Teak Ladder
Serena & Lily Teak Ladder $348
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While layering a throw over the foot of your bed can look effortlessly chic, too many linens lend an unkempt vibe to any space. Stow your extra blankets on a ladder to keep them within arm's reach.

Leaning Bookcase
Urban Outfitters Leaning Bookcase $230
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A leaning bookcase works well for keeping books organized (obviously), as well as for storing decorative blankets and displaying decorative home accessories.

Perkins Spindle Bench
Rejuvenation Perkins Spindle Bench $1000
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Placing a bench at the foot of your bed is a surefire way to keep shoes, extra linens, and reading material conveniently stashed away.

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