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5 Ways to Maximize Space in Your Tiny Dorm Room

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The standard dorm room is enough for a stack of textbooks, a suitcase full of clothes and…not much else. But with a few tricks you can maximize space so you have more room for what really matters, like your vast shoe collection. We partnered withIKEA to give you the low-down on how to fit as much into your room as possible without clutter.

1. Raise your bed 

There’s a wealth of space beneath your bed, and the uber-affordable IKEA ANDFISKÅ bed risers will give you much-needed inches of space. This space is perfect for shoes, boxes of extra folded linens like sheets and textbooks.

2. Store loose paper

Keep your desk and bookshelves tidy with these sleek TJENA magazine files from IKEA. We know it’s tempting to create a pile of essays and tests on your desk, but it will look cluttered and busy after a few weeks. Store everything cleanly with these versatile files!

3. Contain your makeup 

It’s easy to scatter your makeup across your dresser or shoved in a desk drawer, but we promise there’s a better way. Store everything compactly with the IKEA PALLRA. Not only do we love the light blue pop of color, but these boxes will look minimalist-chic on your dresser or bedside table. 

4. Get more space out of your closet 

Whether you have a  closet or a wardrobe, the IKEA SKUBB is about to be your new best friend. Using a hanging clothes organizer is perfect for small space, especially when you have clothes that are better folded than hung.

5. Incorporate over-the-door storage

Every smart college student needs an over-the-door hanger for jackets and bags that so often end up in a clump on the floor. Make the IKEATJUSIG a must-have this fall.

 

With just a couple of clever items, you can seriously maximize space in your tiny new home! Want more organization tips? Be sure to check out IKEA

 


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