Make tidying up your throw pillows a breeze with these chic pillow storage solutions.
Organize Your Throw Pillows in Storage Furniture
Small yet mighty, throw pillows pack more style per square inch than, perhaps, any other element of home décor – and if you’re anything like us, you can never have too many of them! Sometimes, though, figuring out where to put them when you’re ready to throw back the bedcovers can be tricky. Throw them on the floor, where you’re likely to trip over them? Or shove them in the closet, where it becomes a chore just to retrieve them?
Luckily, for those nights when all you want to do is crawl into bed, you don’t have to resort to throwing or shoving; instead, opt for storage furniture. With clever pull-out drawers, compartments and shelving, storage beds, ottomans and benches will make storing your pillows so effortless, you’ll wonder how you ever functioned without them!
1. Storage Bed
Here is a life hack you’ll wish you thought of sooner: the pullout trundle of a trundle bed doesn’t have to be used for a mattress – it can be used for pillow storage! Stash away your collection of throw pillows, blankets and extra sheets in a sleek pullout trundle design – or opt for even more space with a built-in storage headboard.
2. Storage Ottoman
When it comes to tidying up your pillows, deep compartments are your best friend, and nowhere are compartments deeper – or chicer! – then in a storage ottoman. Whether you keep it at the foot of your bed for nighttime organization or by the sofa for the overnight guest, the versatile, spacious ottoman will take the guesswork out of pillow storage.
4. Bedroom Bench
Perhaps the most convenient pillow storage solution you could ever ask for, the bedroom bench adds a classic elegance to any bedroom style – and makes storing your pillows as easy as literally tossing them aside.
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