Your dorm room will be an important part of your college life. To start your college journey on the right note, choose practical dorm accessories. These dorm room essentials can help you settle into college life with ease.
Cooler or Mini Fridge Coolers and mini fridges are practical dorm accessories. They are perfect for holding snacks and sodas for all-night study sessions. When you have deadlines and projects due, you don't have to go to the cafeteria to get snacks, simply store them in your mini fridge to save time. If you want a place to store your midnight munchies, these dorm room essentials are the answer.
Choose coolers that will help you keep food cold or hot. The heating option is helpful to keep hot chocolate and apple cider warm in the winter. Opt for fridges and coolers with removable shelves and racks so they can be cleaned easily.
Organizing Tools Organizing tools help to make the most of the available space so they are great choices for space-constrained dorm rooms. Desk organizers, closet organizers, shower caddies and vanity organizers are helpful dorm accessories. These dorm room essentials help to keep your dorm room clutter-free and organized.
Pen cups, trays and magazine holders are great for keeping all your school supplies organized on your desk. Closet organizers can be used to arrange clothes, accessories and shoes so you can quickly get ready for early classes. A great tip to stay organized is to put up your to-do list on the fridge door with magnets. Vanity organizers and shower caddies are smart storage solutions to hold your makeup and bath essentials like shampoo and shower gels.
Storage Tools Canvas storage bins, wicker storage baskets and plastic crates are dorm room essentials that can help you store all your college essentials. Bins and baskets with labels are ideal for storing anything from clothes and books to CDs and DVDs. These dorm accessories can be tucked away in the closet or under the desk or the bed. Opt for large crates and bins with casters so it's easy to slide them underneath the bed.
Storage and organization are the two main aspects to keep in mind when decorating your dorm room.
Author Profile: Steffy Roy is a certified interior designer and runs her own interior decoration consultancy. Steffy especially loves decorating a home in wooden furniture and believes that nothing gives a home as warm and cozy a touch as all-wood furniture and decor. Steffy loves reading up on new design ideas, and has a special interest in space saving techniques. Here she writes about dorm room essentials and dorm accessories.
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