How To Get The Most Out Of Your Dorm Room

Your college dorm room is small as it is. Then it becomes smaller when you add in the fact that you are sharing that already small space with a roommate, possibly roommates. When dorm shopping, it is important to think of dorm essentials that are multipurpose and maximize your dorm room storage while still being compact.

1. Bedside Caddy - When looking for dorm furniture, you won't want a heavy, bulky night stand. Our bedside caddy eliminates the need for a dorm nightstand to hold all of your dorm essentials in a slim pocket. You can easily have your cell phone, glasses, tissues, textbooks, pens, earbuds, and even a water bottle all accessible right from your Twin XL dorm bed, without the need for a college bedside table!

2. Storage Seating Bench - Your dorm room has the following seating options: your bed, desk chair, and floor. If you plan on having friends and family visit, you need more seating options than that! A storage seating bench is a great addition to your dorm room- not only does it add to your dorm room decor, it can also sit 3-4 friends on its comfy cushion top. Plus, lift the hinged lid and there is plenty of storage space for your extra college blankets, sports equipment, or even textbooks and dorm cooking accessories.

3. Underbed Storage Solutions
- College dorm rooms typically lack storage closets, which means you need to get creative when it comes to finding enough space for all your dorm stuff. With our useful dorm underbed storage boxes, bags, and even underbed shelving systems, you can easily maximize your dorm room storage space. And to really make the most out of your under the bed dorm storage, consider choosing a set of Twin XL dorm bed risers to add extra inches for even more valuable storage area in your small dorm room!

4. Dorm Trunk - Trunks for dorms are great for dorm room storage! They can be used for additional seating, they add to your dorm room decor, and some trunks for college even fit under your dorm bed! Dorm trunks offer plenty of dorm organization to keep your room clean. You can store your seasonal clothes, extra Twin XL Sheet Sets and cooking utensils in your trunk for college. Or you can even use it to store your extra textbooks and dorm electronics!

5. Dorm Desk Bookshelf - Your college provided desk probably does not come with a upper shelf attached. Don't let your books just pile up on your work surface! With a dorm desk bookshelf, you can add valuable shelving space on top of your desk to keep your books organized. With your books organized on a shelf above you, that means you'll have a desk to do your homework on and have room for your laptop. Don't play the game where you move books from one place to another over and over–keep them organized right from the start!

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