15 storage hacks for University students
Make the most of tiny halls and private rooms with these genius storage hacks ideal that make space out of nothing.
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Use Shoe organisers for EVERYTHING
Hang a shoe organiser on the back of your door and use it to keep in EVERYTHING. Shoes – obviously – stationary, cleaning products, toiletries and even food. Seriously useful.
Use a mattress tidy
Keep seasonal clothes in a suitcase
And shove it under your bed (or elsewhere) to free up room in your draws and wardrobe.
Cereal or shoe boxes become draw dividers
Organise your draws with just some old cereal or shoe boxes.
Store and hide shoes on the sides of your bed
A great little idea to free up room elsewhere and keep your dorm tidy.
Turn a shower caddy into easy wall storage
It’s trivial to hang on an existing screw or clip on the wall.
Toilet roll tubes keep draws tidy
Use toilet roll tubes to keep your cables perfectly organised
Add more cupboards to your cupboards
Make use of spare space on top of cupboards in the kitchen by adding boxes or drawers to keep more stuff in.
Use clips to keep cables tidy
Use a cutlery tray for stationary
Add a cheap set of draws inside a cupboard
A cheap set of drawers allows you to make better use of the space at the bottom of your wardrobes.
Hang more stuff with hanger connectors
Grab a few space saving hanger connectors to squeeze more onto your clothe rails.
Pringles cans make for great spaghetti storage
Store your spaghetti in an empty pringles can, it makes the perfect fit. Clearly nature intended this to happen.
Keep takeaway containers
Keep takeaway containers and clean them out for future use storing pretty much anything, food or otherwise.