1) Invest in a Storage Bed
When you have limited space then items that can double as storage are a life-saver. Storage beds are perfect for avoiding bedroom clutter as items that you need in your bedroom can be tucked away into the bedframe, completely invisible until you want them. Storage beds are available to suit any design aesthetic - everything from wooden storage beds to leather storage beds can easily be found.
2) Store for the Seasons
Overflowing wardrobes are an eyesore and many people do not want to throw away good clothes. By only keeping seasonally appropriate clothes in your room and storing the others you will have more space and an easier time picking outfits.
3) Keep Things in their Place
It sounds simple, but much clutter is simply things being in the wrong place. If some items don't have a particular home, make one.
4) Sort your Closets
Often you have more space than you realise, it is just that your possessions are stored badly. Go through your closets and sort things neatly and you will often find much more room than you thought you had.
5) Make use of Wall Space
Jewellery can often be hung on walls for a pleasing display that also removes clutter from dressing tables.
6) Keep Your Bedroom For Sleep
Don't use your bedroom as a catch-all for lots of possessions. Figure out what you need for night-time and morning and move everything else to a more appropriate room.
7) Box Things Away
Get some cute boxes that you can stack on top of your wardrobe to keep bits and pieces in their place.
8) Think About What You Use
If you haven't used something in a few months it probably does not need to be sitting in your bedroom and can be thrown away or stored.
9) Don't Buy New Things
When you are considering a new purchase, try to remember that it will need to be put somewhere. Try to only buy new items when you will be discarding something old.
10) If in Doubt, Throw it Out
If you are not sure if you want to keep something or not, it probably isn't essential.