Bedroom organizers are designed to maximize usable space in a bedroom with convenience and aesthetics in mind. Some bedroom organizers are built specifically for use in closet spaces, while others are more multi-functional and can be used in various spaces. Utilizing the space beneath the bed is one of the primary goals of many organizers, while others focus on the space behind doors, in closets, in a bathroom, or even at the foot of the bed. Some organizers are item-specific; shoe organizers, for example, are commonly used in closet spaces to keep shoes off the floor and to stack various pairs of shoes.
The space underneath the bed often goes to waste, so many bedroom organizers are designed to take advantage of this seldom-used area of the room. Plastic tubs can be used to store clothing for various seasons, and they can be stowed underneath the bed easily and pulled out when needed. Some types of tubs are not made of plastic, but instead of wood or particle board. They may be mounted on casters to make the process of pulling out the tubs and pushing them in much easier. It helps to choose bedroom organizers for under the bed that feature a lid or cover to prevent bugs from crawling into the clothes and dust from building up inside the tub.
Closet bedroom organizers can include hanging shoe organizers, floor shoe organizers, rails that can be installed at various positions within the closet to accommodate more hanging clothing, multi-garment clothing hangers, and so on. Hanging shoe organizers feature hooks that can hang on the railing in a closet, and extending down toward the floor. The user can place pairs of shoes in the individual stalls of the organizer, which is usually made from canvas, nylon, or even plastic.
Door organizers are useful for hanging garments behind a closet door or bedroom door. These organizers will hook over the top of the door in many cases, and several hooks or slots will hang downward on one side of the door. Clothing can be hung from the hooks, as can other items commonly used in the bedroom, such as hair dryers. Towel racks can also be mounted to the back of doors to maximize space, especially in bathrooms attached to the bedroom. Plastic tubs in the bathroom can also help organize make-up, soaps, hair care products and accessories, and so on.