Sometimes the best way to save space in your dorm room is to loft your bed. But despite the extra space it provides, lofting your bed does present one challenge: It makes having a bedside table impossible. This caddy attaches to the side of your bed to hold your phone, book, water bottle, and anything else you might want to have within arm's reach.
Your room is probably cramped as it is, and the last thing you need is a fan taking up valuable desk real estate. This miniature version does the job without being a clunky eye sore. Plus, it can be stored just about anywhere.
Your dorm room comes mostly furnished and follows a very simple color scheme. This chair can be the perfect pop of color to add some personality to your space. Pick from over 10 colors to find the right shade for you.
Keeping track of exams, sports events, and sorority meetings can present the unorganized with quite the challenge. Solve the problem with a calendar that will look great on your wall and make it hard to miss any deadlines or obligations.
This box is perfect for all the knick-knacks that will certainly accumulate throughout the year. Rather than using a regular plastic bin, this cube works double duty as storage and seating. Available in five colors.
Whether the laundry room is next door or downstairs, having a hamper that is easily carried will become super important. This one is also roomy enough that skipping a laundry day (or two) won’t turn your dorm into a mess.
This lamp is the perfect choice for any dorm room. It’s fun and practical in that it allows you to light two bulbs, three bulbs, or all five. With its flexible arms, you can direct the light wherever it’s needed.
There isn't much you can do about the size of your room, but tools like this make it a little bit easier to organize your space. This space-saver is especially crucial if you share that valuable closet space with your roommate. It doubles your closet's capacity by providing a second rod to hang another row of clothes.