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15 Amazing College Dorm Room Storage Hacks That Anyone Will Appreciate

Use a shower caddy to store and organize your school supplies. Love this idea! Repin!

Ok, so I think we all can agree on the fact that college dorm rooms are usually very tight on space.

But that’s totally ok because in this post, I’m going to share a few of the most brilliant organization hacks that will help you make the most out of a tiny dorm room.

If you really want to be inspired, keep scrolling below!


15 Dorm Room Organization Hacks

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1. Using Command Hooks, hang a shower caddy or bucket on your wall to store your school supplies and bathroom toiletries.

Use a shower caddy to store and organize your school supplies. Love this idea! Repin!

Use a bucket to store hair supplies in a small bathroom. Repin for later!

Via Better Homes and Gardens

2.Keep essentials in a portable caddy that you can store in a closet when not in use. 

Store your dorm essentials in a portable shower caddy so you can store it away when not in use. Repin for later!

Via Better Homes and Garden

3. Use a toothbrush holder and dish to store pens, pencils and other small items. 

Use a toothbrush set to organize your pens, pencils and use the soap tray to store your small items. Repin for later! College dorm room ideas.

Via Better Homes and Gardens

4. Use a towel rack as a quick and easy clothing and shoe organizer. 

Use a towel rack to organize clothes and shoes in a tiny dorm room. Repin for later!

Via Better Homes and Gardens

5. Invest in a small mirror that has storage capabilities. 

This mirror is awesome. perfect for the dorm rooms or small apartments. Repin!

This vanity station is perfect for a dorm room or small apartment. Love this! Repin!

6. Use a shoe organizer to store your snacks, hair supplies and other items. 

Use a shoe organizer to store snacks and treats in your dorm room. Repin for later!

Via Gurl

Use a shoe organizer to store your bathroom supplies. Love this for the dorm room. Repin!

Via Pinterest

7. Replace your computer desk chair with an ottoman that could also be used for storage. 

To add more storage space in a small dorm room, you can use an ottoman as a chair as well as to store your other items. Repin for later!

Via Pottery Barn

8. Stack trunks on top of each other. This doubles as a side table and…

Stack trunks on top of each other. This doubles as a nightstand and additional storage for miscellaneous items in your dorm room. Repin!

…a place to store your school supplies or other items. 

Use a storage trunk to organize dorm room supplies.

Via BHG

9. Use tension rods in an unused corner of your room to store and organize scarves, shoes, etc.

Use tension rods in an unused corner of your room to organize your scarves.

Via Apartment Therapy

Use tension rods in an unused corner of your bedroom to save space. Repin!

Via A Loyal Love

10. Maximize as much space as you can by using an over-the-bed storage rack. 

Maximize as much space as you can by using an over-the-bed storage rack. Perfect for dorm rooms. Repin!

11. Use a pegboard in your room. It saves a ton of space plus there are countless ways you can organize your items with it.

Use pegboard in your room to organize your bedside items and save space. Repin!

Via BHG

Use pegboard on your closet door to organize your essential bedroom items. Perfect for dorm rooms. Repin!

Via BHG

12. If you have a mini fridge, place it on top of a mobile cart to add storage space for kitchen utensils and other supplies. 

Place your mini fridge on top of a mobile cart for additional storage. Love this idea for a dorm room. Repin!

Via PB Teen

13. Repurpose a utensil organizer into a storage space for your keys and other small items.

Turn a kitchen utensil organizer into a storage space for your keys and other small items. I want to try this in my dorm room.

Via Better Homes and Garden

14. Use a mobile cart for your dorm essentials. This can easily be rolled into a closet or corner when not in use.

Love this mobile cart to store food in a small kitchen. Perfect for a small dorm or apartment. Repin!

Via Target

Use a mobile cart to store your dorm essentials. Easily roll under bed or into a closet when not in use. Repin!

Via Jessica Slaughter

15. Use drawer organizers to store your shirts, undergarments and even items such as towels under your bed or in a closet for easy access.

Use drawer organizers to store your undergarments to save space. Repin!

 

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