Cushions are a great way to add some style and personality to your bed while also making it more comfortable. However, decorative cushions aren’t really meant to be slept on. So, what do you do with your bedroom cushions at night? Today we will explore some ideas on where to put your cushions before you go to bed, so they don’t end up on the floor.
Chest or Storage Trunk
A storage bench, chest, or trunk that you have at the end of your bed would make the perfect resting spot for your bed cushions at night. This is also a great place to store any extra linens and blankets you have. A chest or trunk is a functional and decorative way to add some extra bedroom storage space.
Depending on how many bed cushions you have, you could always stack them up on a nearby chair for the night, so they are in easy reach for the morning when you make your bed. Many of us have a chair in our bedrooms where we read, put on our shoes, or just relax. This is just another way that chair can be utilized.
If you have a window seat with storage underneath, you have another great spot to keep your bed cushions at night. If you don’t have the storage, you can also arrange the pillows on the window seat to add a small decorative touch to the room when they aren’t being used on the bed.
Make Space in the Closet
If you have a smaller bedroom and can’t fit a window seat, chair, or chest, then you may need to find some space in your closet or wardrobe, so your bed cushions don’t wind up on the floor each night. Set aside a small space in your closet where you can stack the cushions up each night and easily grab them again the next morning.
Where do you currently stash your bed cushions at night? We don’t want to say that cutting down on the number of decorative cushions you have is an option, which is why we have done our best to come up with other viable solutions to keep your cushions clean and off the floor.