A bed takes up a great deal of room, whether in the master bedroom, the kids’ rooms or the guest suite. If you have storage problems, so why not make full use of the valuable space beneath when thinking creatively. You can take advantage of the space under the bed to store toys, stow away seasonal items or extend limited closet and dresser space.
Take a look at these creative under bed storage ideas in this post, which are ranging from wood rack shoe organizer or storage drawers on wheels to DIY under bed rolling storage crates or painted cardboard box. These storage solutions provide clever ways to use space that might otherwise go to waste and to help inspire you to get organized.
DIY Under Bed Rolling LEGO Storage Cart
This creative rolling cart makes it really easy to keep the lego in one place. A perfect design for your kids’ room. Get the tutorial here.
Mini closet Under Bed Storage Idea
A Bed Incorporates Storage Units and a Pull Out Shelf-table
DIY Under Bed Shelves for Shoe Storage
Play Table Under the Bed
This play table under the bed not only provides a useful play area in your busy bedroom, but also reveals more storage space for toys. source
DIY Bed with Drawers
If you need more storage in your bedroom, but lack the floor space for cabinets. These drawers under the bed is great for extra storage without dust. Get the tutorial here.
DIY Bed Platform with IKEA Expedit
I love this IKEA Expedit storage bed from Genius IKEA hackers. All the extra storage is so fabulous. See the full directions here.
Vintage Suitcases on Wheels under the bed
Pretty vintage suitcases under the bed is a great idea for adding extra storage. The wheels and labels have been added for easy access. See more details here.
Wood Rack Shoe Organizer Under Bed
Both inexpensive and functional storage solution for your shoe collection and organization. source
Painted Cardboard Box Under Bed Storage
Chevron patterns painted cardboard boxes is a great DIY solution for kids’ room if you’ve got moving boxes leftover from a move or have found some. Check out the tutorial here.
DIY Rolling Storage Crates
The crates were surprisingly easy to make and relatively inexpensive. They roll out on casters and maximize the storage space under the bed. Learn how to make these crates here.
Recycled Wood Boxes for Under Bed Storage
A great way to recycle the wood boxes from your fruits and vegetable shop. Paint them in the color as you like and place them under your bed for extra storage in your bedroom. See more details here.
Plastic Bins for Under Bed Storage
These plastic bins are perfect for hiding out-of-season clothing, accessories, and shoes. Label the top or sides of each container with removable stickers to ensure items stay in their designated homes. source
Bungee Cords Board for Wrapping Paper Storage Under the Bed
A board with bungee cords under your bed can be a great storage solution for the wrapping paper without dust. Keep it smooth and clean so you will not have to buy new gift wrap every time you wrap a present. source
Basket for Under Bed Storage
An incredible easy way to stash baskets or bins for extra storage under the bed. source
Canvas Totes for Under the Bed Storage
Simply add a few canvas totes or boxes that fit underneath the bed. They will be a great solution to store loads of toys and a great idea for utilizing space that is normally wasted. source
Simple wooden cubes used to make storage spaces, platform beds, and bookshelves under the bed
Underbed Storage Boxes
Great storage solution for tubes of gift wrap, bags, stuffing and bows with combining your bed with storage boxes behind a bed skirt. Check out more detials here.
CD Storage Drawers Underneath Bed
A genius way to save your space by storing and organizing tons of CD in storage drawers underneath bed. source
Under Bed Pull-Out Desk
The design of this pull-out desk can create more under the bed storage. source
Under Bed Storage for Stuffed Toys
Under the bed is a creative storage area for your kids’ stuffed toys. source
Custom-made Boxes for Extrta Storage Under the bed
Stylish and custom-made boxes fill up the unused space under these two dorm room beds. source