FRUGAL LIVING – The most key to a small space is simple: Organization. Small houses, houses, apartments, or dorm rooms are often accompanied by a lack of storage, so when you design your space, you need to create methods to improve storage where you can too.
That means finding (your room!) As well as at the bottom (at the bottom of the bed) for hidden storage capabilities, as well as stocking up on products to help you protect everything that is organized so that the whole place has no place no matter how small your room.
In a dorm room, this can be most challenging, thanks to the cinderblock booth; limited, school-issued furniture; and roommates or even more so to share all of it with, but can be tried.
In fact, most dorm rooms are small. And you can share what space you must with at least one roommate. But there are lots of tricks to increase your dorm storage and make the most of your space.
If you move to this dormitory, fall, or you get your future college ready for the early semester, this is one of the handiest dormitories of storage products out there. From clothes to bath products to novels and meaningful homework, organizers and storage ideas are here to help you replace your dormitory into a functional space that feels like home.
Decorating a dorm room can be tricky because obviously your roommate wants to say how to make up the room. Do you move to a dorm room for the first time or do you want to redecorate existing dorm rooms, hopefully, this makeup guide will give you and your roommate some creative inspiration to give your dorm room a nice new look if you both want to love?
- A tightly closed space bag is great for lifting clothes to a large academy. You can buy this cheaply at Walmart or on eBay. You don’t want to be sure how much you can get into this bag. I don’t recommend extra-large bags, because they are quite heavy when full and hard to carry. These bags can be placed at the bottom of the bed or stacked in a cupboard.
- Stools or small storage benches can provide a zone of seating and storage as well as easy to move and enter a small space. They are very good for putting blankets, pillows, hats, gloves, and a good place to put novel bags or backpacks. Buy some decorative hat boxes in various dimensions for unique storage. The shaker box also makes good storage. Both types of storage can be purchased cheaply on eBay.
- Hard case suitcases can be stacked for making coffee or end tables, and used for storage. Most can be spray painted.
- Hang the organizer’s shoe in the closet or behind the door to put some small items (cosmetics, hair rub, CD player, pen, pencil, socks, underwear, etc.).
- Plastic crates and trash cans can be used to store items such as novels and light meals. Baskets are easy to find and can be used to put lots of things. Most of this can be spray painted to match your makeup.
- Chalkboard paint can be used to color many items to make it a blackboard message board.
- A dry eraser board on the back of the door is useful for talking with friends and roommates and making notes for yourself. You can also get a dry erase calendar at the office supply store to keep track of your busy schedule.
- Picture frames can also be a good message board. Fairly remove the glass and replace it with cork, a closed cloth carton (use a tack to attach a message), or a dry eraser board. Most picture frames can be spray painted.
- The carpet zone can increase the impression of individuality in the room. They also can help warm the room and help soundproof.