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How do I organize my college dorm room?

How do I organize my college dorm room?

Dorm Room Organization Tips from Highly Organized College…

  1. Set up a workspace.
  2. Make decluttering your dorm room a daily habit.
  3. Use the storage space under your bed.
  4. Customize your organization system.
  5. HOOK up your dorm room organization.
  6. Keep clothes vertical in drawers.
  7. Store snacks in a shoe organizer.

How can I make my dorm room unique?

Cool Dorm Rooms: 12 Tips for An Awesome Dorm Room!

  1. Maximize the space you have.
  2. Avoid the basic poster sale posters.
  3. Cover those walls with tapestries.
  4. Mirrors make a space feel bigger.
  5. Rugs to cover gross floors.
  6. Lots of lighting.
  7. Use your accessories as art.
  8. Loft your bed (srsly)

What every dorm room should have?

Room Needs/Storage

  • Bedside lamp.
  • Alarm clock/clock radio.
  • Mini trash can.
  • Storage bins.
  • Under-the-bed storage trays.
  • Desk lamp.
  • Fan.
  • Drying rack for laundry.

Where should college students store their dishes?

An Elfa Fridge Cart is an ideal place to start. You can place a mini fridge or microwave (if allowed) on top and store snacks, utensils and a few bowls in the drawers beneath.

How can I make my dorm look nicer?

So, without further ado, here are nine ways to make your college dorm feel more comfortable and homey.

  1. Come up with your comfort words.
  2. Prioritize your bed.
  3. Use a light timer.
  4. Warm up your floor.
  5. Decorate your walls.
  6. Use photos to remind you of home.
  7. Get a comfy chair.
  8. Play some background music.

Are single dorms better?

If you score a single dorm room in college, you’ve basically won the lottery. There is just no better way to have an amazing college experience than by having a single dorm room. Even if you’ve only had good roommates who have turned into best friends, you will be overwhelmingly psyched to get a room all to yourself.

What should you not buy in a college dorm?

Laundry basket and a laundry bag – No room for both. Bring a collapsible laundry bag. A lot of hangers – “Extra shelves—maybe—would have collected more clothes,” according to one mom. Bulky luggage – Pack clothes in collapsible bags or use heavy-duty garbage bags for transport.

What should you not bring to college?

13 Things NOT to Bring to College

  • Your high school t-shirts. Colleges are notorious for handing out plenty of free t-shirts during the first week of school, so you will have plenty of t-shirt options.
  • Furniture.
  • Sports gear.
  • More than two sheet and towel sets.
  • Bulky luggage.
  • Appliances.
  • Too many shoes.
  • Printer.

How do I organize my dorm clothes?

You have a couple of different options (or if you have lots of shoes you may want to use multiple solutions). Stacking shoe organizers and cubbies work well on the closet floor. You can also use stacking drop-front boxes or shoe drawers on a shelf. An over the door organizer is always a good option.