Declutter Your Master Bedroom and Bath

Master Suite Storage
A little planning goes a long way in creating savvy storage for your master suite. Get organization inspiration from this functional yet stylish bedroom and bath.

Sitting Storage

A flip-top ottoman at the foot of the bed provides accessible storage for extra linens plus a cozy spot for slipping on shoes. Multidrawer bedside tables offer places to stash smaller items.

Divide Dresser Drawers

Use the top drawers of a large bedroom dresser to house your favorite watches, necklaces, and more. Drawer dividers make it easy to adjust for the size and quantity of your accessories.

Clean Up Your Floor

Tidy up your bedroom's sitting area with a large woven basket. The inexpensive storage solution adds warmth and beauty to the room while concealing unread magazines, books, or miscellaneous items.

Style Open Surfaces

Wood boxes with leather and inlay designs offer a pretty place to store jewelry, watches, and other small items utilized on a daily basis. Stack them atop the bedroom dresser for easy accessory storage.

Hide Jewelry in Plain Sight

Conceal an organized jewelry closet in the bedroom with a beveled full-length mirror. The velvet-lined closet creates a custom space for bracelets, necklaces, rings, and earrings.

Jewelry Organizer

Clear envelopes allow you to openly display your favorite earrings and rings. Hang them in your jewelry closet along with necklaces that stay separated and tangle-free from hidden jewelry and belt hooks.

Tailor Closet Shelving

Utilize the full storage potential of your bedroom with a professionally installed closet system. Drawers, shoe racks, hanging space, and open shelves make this customizeable walk-in closet an organizer's dream.

Clean Up Closet Drawers

Separate small purses and wallets within closet drawers with linen-covered organizer boxes. In a second set of drawers, divide coiled belts with clear acrylic utensil trays designed for the kitchen.

Box It Up

A bevy of baskets and boxes are the answer to infrequently used items. Label each one with a cardboard tag and ribbon to ensure clothing and accessories are easy to find when needed.

Want to get organized? Pick the right storage container for the right job and you'll be on your way. Follow these tips for choosing bins, baskets, and more.

Choose the Right Storage Container

We'll let you in on a little secret: The right container is the key to storage success. See how to choose the best baskets, bins, and containers to get the job done.

Display Accessories

Showcase jewelry on mini dress forms and in miniature decorative bowls. Both items keep your closet neat and help morning routines flow smoothly.

Rethink Kitchen Holders

Borrow a much-loved storage solution from the kitchen -- pot lid organizers. The holder keeps clutches upright and easy to locate while metal sweater dividers hold larger handbags in place.

Utilize Built-In Storage

A double vanity offers a multitude of hideaway storage options in the master bathroom. Assign ownership to each compartment and a common area for shared items.

Store Toiletries

Hold everyday bath items, towels, and sheets in a built-in armoire that boasts floor-to-ceiling shelves. Keep everything neat and tidy within the mirrored cabinet by storing items in labeled boxes and bins.

Dish Up Cosmetics

Ceramic appetizer dishes are the perfect size for organizing makeup supplies and cosmetics. Sort them by color or type then store in a corner of your vanity. Bonus: when it's time to clean, simply place the holders in the dishwasher.

Put to Use a Mantel or Ledge

Make a 3-inch ledge above the sink work harder by using it to display attractive toiletries and shaving supplies. Use a glass cup or vase to gather frequently used items, such as toothbrushes.

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