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. Maximize space in your dorm room by lofting your bed above your workstation. This setup gives you tons of extra space, especially when you’re working with a low square footage. Most colleges provide lofting kits for their residents, but if you’re required to supply your own furniture, a loft bed is worth the investment. If you’re sharing your dorm with a roommate, you may even consider bunking your beds instead.
If your dorm hall provides a set of dressers, you might consider moving one into your closet to keep clothes and other objects tucked away while sparing some floor area. Make the most of stacking space by placing storage containers on any shelves the closet may have. Each college has its own dorm style boasting various built-ins and features, so evaluate your storage options and organize accordingly.
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