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Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

  • after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.
  • after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

You've settled in, the roommates are better than you expected, but at home, you still don't feel like you're in a natural home. The room is just big enough for the existing furniture, which you are not particularly enthusiastic about, and there is no place for new ones, or it is forbidden to bring them in. Dorm rooms do not stand out, especially for their fantastic interior design, but you can change that. In this article, you will find some ideas on how to turn an impersonal college room into a dream corner of your entire college life.

Desk Organizers to Increase Efficiency

There is nothing worse than a disorganized table (ok, maybe an unfurnished bed). You do not need any special organizers to organize the table and drawers, but you can use the stuff you already have at home. 

You can create a mobile phone stand in two strokes; you only need an old cassette box. Remove the cassette and wrapper from the crate and turn the TV over. Moreover, You can use old jars, cans and other bins to organize the pencils. Pots are easiest to arrange with decorative adhesive tape.

If the work surface of the table is still too small for all the required fields, except for the wall next to which the work tables are usually located, you can also use the sides of the table with binder clips or wrapping paper. If you have problems with tangled headphones, wrap them around your fingers and attach them with a paperclip.

Notice Board Tracks Your Assignments

Shopping lists, reminders, bills and photos, postcards and love messages. Notice boards make sure everyone is informed promptly and fit areas for personal printing are perfect. Somehow, when thinking about how to set up a dorm room, they always appear at the top.

Whether you buy a cork or have your own, a billboard for various notices, reminders and memories is essential, especially for visual types. It is best to place it above the table you use for writing, studying, and other kinds of stuff that school needs. A vital email address can be set here too.

Command Hooks for Everything

Hooks are an indispensable part of the dorm living organization because you can hang everything on them - from towels to clothes to cleaning tools. Choose the nice and firm ones, but still will not leave any significant marks after removal.

When buying hooks, pay attention to their quality, and you must also take into account the weight of the stuff you will hang on them. If you are going to turn something heavier, hooks attached to the wall with screws are a better choice; the ones that stick do use for lighter items, however.

Boxes, Baskets or Similar Containers

Similar to hooks and hangers, various boxes can help you a lot. Being space saving, you can use them to store almost everything in a sorted fashion. So, put some clothes (such as underwear and socks) in the boxes, books you don't need every day, shoes, whatever! 

The advantage of boxes or baskets is that their contents do not always have to be perfectly tidy, but those on the outside always look nice. You have a large selection of boxes at the closest furniture shop, but you can also make them yourself - wrap ordinary shoe boxes with paper, fabric or anything else.

Shower Caddy to Use the Walls Productively

Since, as a student, you don't have your bathroom but share it with at least one other person, and often the entire floor, it's a bit inconvenient to leave your belongings where anyone can use them. That is why this mesh shower bag comes in handy. 

This kind of stuff organizer is needed for the bathroom to put all your brushes, toothpaste, towels, shampoo, etc. You can also use an ordinary bag instead of this "special" one, but this way everything is much clearer. Some people use them to keep other supplies, especially when the closet is smaller than expected. Bags are hanging from the walls that would have no further use otherwise. 

Washi Tape Keeps Chargers Organized

Washi tapes originate from Japan, reminiscent of ordinary self-adhesive tapes, but unlike them, these tapes come with different patterns and designs that can turn any project fun. Also, these strips have different widths to be used in different situations. 

Strips are usually made from natural fibres such as bamboo or hemp but are more often made from tree bark that originated in Japan, such as mulberry and gamma wood. For having a long day more bearable, use them to differentiate your and the roommate's phone or laptop charger. Why make the dorm life harder by losing time on this?

Picture Frame as a Reminder List

Picture frames are an exciting and affordable way to beautify any wall, shelf or dresser. You can use them as purely decorative items, with pictures that contain interesting quotes or landscapes, and you can also use them for dear memories and beautify your work corner.

Use them as a handy to-do list placed on the table as a student. Pin the critical information, save dates of your exams and keep them visible. Do whatever you need, and they'll always be visible.

Conclusion

The most important thing is not to overdo it with several things. It's not accessible to "cram" your whole life into that little room, but try to limit yourself. The fewer things you have, the easier it is to organize them. Use the available storage space wisely - use bed risers to put your stuff under the bed, behind the door, the inside of the cabinet and unused closet space.

About the Author

Bertha Graham is an expert writer at PapersOwl which helps a lot of students with their college issues. Her valuable experience in planning and organizing is recognized by many. In addition to expertise in education, Bertha has much publication in initial journals and is cited by eminent researchers.