Marissa Lauren

Tue, 11 Jul 2017 19:44:34 +0000

10 Easy Ways to Save Space in Your Dorm Room | Her Campus


    Great dorm room organization. Step stool to get on the elevated bed.

    cleaning supply basket---IHeart Organizing: Back To School: Dorm Room Organization Tips

    Miller Hall room on LSU's campus. (Photo by Brianna Paciorka, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)

    The shelf as a headboard is a fantastic idea for a small bedroom.

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    Moving to a house with a tiny ass bathroom and no storage-need to do this.

    What is nice here is the tables location to the cooking area with the door in between...

    Kitchen College Style

    For that random space bewteen your fridge and your bed, place stackable drawers in between them!

    Above the Refrigerator or Microwave You most likely have a refrigerator in your dorm. Whether or not you have a microwave on top of it, use the top as a small shelf to put things on. We suggest you put food and other kitchen supplies here (it is, after all, right above the refrigerator or microwave). Buy a locker shelf to double the space, and put cereal, soup, napkins, and plates here.

    I never thought of putting the fridge on top of something...vertical space.

    Most dorm rooms are teeny tiny. And sure, you probably don't need a lot of stuff when you go off to college, but you still need some stuff. How are you gonna fit it all in? And how are you going to fit it all in in a way that doesn't make your dorm room look like a complete disaster? We've got a few ideas.