These 3 Ikea storage beds will solve all your small bedroom clutter headaches

Ikea storage beds that have both style and substance – perfect for enhancing a small space

Ikea storage beds
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Small, cluttered bedrooms getting you down? There is a solution: Ikea storage beds. For the uninitiated, storage beds are not just made to be comfortable places to sleep or useful guest beds. Nope, they're built for serious storage, too – but more than that, they take up no more floor space than a normal bed, which means even the smallest bedroom can be storage-rich. 

Why Ikea storage beds? We rate them because they're super affordable, offer family-sized storage and they're styled to suit just about any scheme.

So, if you need more bedroom storage in a small bedroom (or even a large one), take a look at our fave buys this season.

Ikea Hemnes storage bed

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Ikea Hemnes storage bed (above) | $600 (opens in new tab) | £385 (opens in new tab)

Perfect for a kid's room, in a spare bedroom or even living space, this clever bed can work as a daybed, a single or double bed, and even a sofa. It comes with two foam mattresses and three roomy drawers that can stash everything from duvets to bulky toys. 

Ikea Nordli storage bed

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Nordli bed with headboard and storage | $650 (opens in new tab) | £300 (opens in new tab)

This cool, contemporary bed includes not only storage drawers, but also additional storage built into the headboard. How clever is that? We think it's a complete – and very good looking – storage solution for a small bedroom. 

Ikea Friheten sleeper sectional

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Friheten sleeper sectional | $600 (opens in new tab) | £479 (opens in new tab)

You'd never guess how much this slim-looking sofa bed can actually fit: the chaise opens up to store all your bedding. The cover is lovely and durable too, tested for wear and tear and lightfastness. 

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Anna is Content Editor at Real Homes. She moved to the world of interiors from academic research in the field of English Literature and photography. She is the author of London Writing of the 1930s and has a passion for contemporary home decor and gardening. At Real Homes, she covers a range of topics, from practical advice to interior and garden design.