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College Apartment Organization Tips

College Apartment Organization Tips

College Apartment Organization
Whether you have two, four, six, or more people in your apartment, organization is the key to having an enjoyable living experience. Fitting everyone's belongings into one apartment is possible with the right tools and strategies. Here are seven easy ideas that can make organizing your college apartment a breeze.
1

Have a Rack for Coats, Shoes & Backpacks

Coat Rack

After a long day of school, work, or both, it’s easy for you and your roommates to throw your coats, backpacks, and shoes on the floor when you get home. Unfortunately, this habit can quickly lead to a dirty and cramped space. Keep things organized by placing a coat rack and shoe organizer by your front door. Not only will this create a visually appealing entryway, but it’ll also prevent your apartment from getting too cluttered.

2

Keep the Pantry Organized

Organized Pantry

Anyone living with roommates knows the struggle of keeping your pantry organized. Storing your food separately from your roommates can be a challenge, especially if you don’t have a lot of shelf space. Clear up any confusion by having each roommate use a basket or two with their name on it. By storing your food products in a basket, you’ll be able to keep your food separate and organized. To prevent further clutter, use a spice rack to keep your smaller spice bottles organized.

3

Use a Dish Rack to Make Dishes Easier

Every college apartment has some difficulty with cleaning dishes, typically due to small kitchen spaces or not having a dishwasher. Having a dish rack makes doing dishes possible, while providing a space to put washed dishes and making the whole process simpler. Leave dishes in the rack to dry or towel dry them and fill it up again if you have a lot of dishes to wash.

4

Use a Chalkboard for Reminders

Chalkboard

Between classes, exams, work, and socializing, it’s likely that your roommates are constantly in and out of your apartment. This can make getting all your roommates together for a quick apartment meeting tricky. Use a chalkboard for reminders, events, or anything else of importance. An apartment message board can be a helpful tool for keeping everyone on the same page. Be sure to put it in a central location where everyone is sure to see it.

5

Stick to TV Stands

TV Stand

Living in an apartment with multiple roommates can make it difficult to store everyone’s possessions in one place, especially in a living room. To skip out on any potential clutter, opt for a TV stand. These units provide ample storage space for DVD players, movies, books, remotes, and much more. Search for a TV stand with closed cabinets, so you don’t have to worry about keeping every item perfectly in place.

6

Separate Shower Products

Bathroom Cabinets

With so many people using one or two bathrooms, keeping them clean and organized takes some effort. Separating your shower products is one great way to keep things tidy. Organize your shower and bathroom by using bathroom cabinets. Use separate baskets to keep your products organized and in their place. This is also a great way to stop bottles from crowding your shower. Your clutter-free bathroom will feel cleaner and more spacious.

7

Take Advantage of Closet Organizers

Closet System

When it comes to closets, squeezing two wardrobes into one space is no small feat. Invest in a closet organizer to keep things neat and separate while creating extra storage. Closet organizers can help make space for every part of your wardrobe, including shoes, jewelry, purses, and much more.