Student accommodation space-saving tips

You’ll need to limit your belongings so that you don’t trip over them. Here are some space-saving tips to help you make the most out of your new student digs.

Hanger Accessories

Hanger connectors can help you get more space from your wardrobe. They are great for tall wardrobes, but you can still use them with shorter wardrobes by using hanger connectors and clips.


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Drawer Dividers

Drawer dividers can be used to separate socks and underwear in drawers. These can be used in all types of drawers for a variety of clothing storage requirements. These work equally well in kitchens for cutlery.

Storage Boxes

Not just for students, these are also useful for anyone’s home. You’ll be less motivated and more likely to have difficulty concentrating on your work if you are surrounded by piles of clutter. Clean and organised spaces are more pleasant and positive. You can free up valuable space by storing items in stackable boxes. Buy boxes that are large enough to hold the items you want to store. Have a thorough clear-out and put away any items you don’t use on a regular basis.

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Stationery Holders

This will allow you to always have your hands on the items you need and keep your desk looking tidy.

Door Organiser

Clever storage involves utilising spaces that would otherwise go unnoticed. You can use the back of your doors to hang shelves for items like books, cosmetics and shoes. You can use the space in your wardrobe and drawers for other things.