Congratulations on your first apartment! Time to suck it up like the rest of us.
This is 23 Hacks for Your Tiny Bedroom byNatalie Brown.
Hang your lamp.
That way you can either skip the bedside table or keep your table space free.
An old lampshadethat had "good bones” turned into a fun hanging lamp for the little nook.
Get a console table for your bed that doublesas a shelf and a desk.
It’s also perfect for those days when youjust want to eat breakfast in bed.
IKEA sells one for $129 ormake your own” Copy Cat Homemade Occasional Table” for less if IKEA stop selling it.
It only cost roughly $33.
Hang towels and things on the back of yourdoor.
Here’s a project using PVC pipe.
This rack is excellent for drying towels and takes up very little space, and all withoutdrilling holes in the wall in case you happen to live in an apartment.
Check link to minimize error 4.
Disguise your desk as a bedside table.
Maybe not for the serious gamer.
Ideas from Apartmenttherapy.
Or, instead of a footboard, use your deskso you have more space for your bigger computer.
Instruction link comes with video 6.
Prop up your bed on risers.
Not really a “hack,” but hey, sometimes you just need the extra storage space.
You can buy this for $29.
The Studio 3B 4-Piece USB Bed Lift Set helpsraise beds 7" off the floor to increase under-the-bed storage space.
Or go for a high bed with tons of drawerslike this IKEA Hack.
Three drawers to be exactly.
Go the super-cheap route with an air mattressand milk crates.
There is no shame in that, especially forstudents.
Now you can sleep easy and not have to worryabout where to put all of those boxes and storage crates! Sweet Dreams.
Make a low-profile hanging hamper.
Your dirty under things don’t have to go on the floor.
If you don't have a laundry bag, a standard pillow case would do the trick.
Tuck your bed into an alcove.
This one has extra storage thanks to a bookshelf.
From IKEA LACK shelf into under-bed storage.
Total cost including LACK shelf: $130.
Make one wall a focal point with removablewallpaper.
Tip one:Start with a clean, smooth, white wall.
This wallpaper would be a bad option for bumpyor rough walls.
Tip two: Make it a two person job.
And Tip three: Please check info area to finda link and more photos.
Suspended tables can create an illusionof space.
For the minimalist in you.
Supplies: A cutting board, coated steel wire,4 pieces ferrules, Pincers, a drill, and a hook.
Desks and dressers can also float.
It all depends on what you need.
Build this at designsponge.
Hide a shelf behind your bed.
Or stickyour bed in front of your built-ins.
The lost shelves can be long-term storage.
Whatever works for your space.
DIY done on a 328 Square Feet area.
Turn old drawers into stackable shelves.
Not everyone gets a built-in.
Hang the headboard using a few 1×4-inch cleats.
DIY Tip: if you're having trouble finding oddball drawers, rescue them from dilapidateddressers.
You can skip the headboard in favor ofa few inches of more floor space.
These photos should hopefully give anyonecurrently new at the headboard-less bed situation ideas on how to spruce up the bed withouta potential monstrosity behind the pillows stealing the show.
More inspirations in desire to inspire.
Or build a cushy headboard that hangson the wall.
This is easier than DIY tufts.
I love the colors! I love the coordination with the new bedding, Like a quilt, it's certainly not perfect,but that's another thing that makes it great! Love, Love, Love.
Bring your staple gun.
Credit goes to takingtimetocreate.
If you don’t have a closet, offset yourbed from the wall and create a closet behind it.
You can do this with the Pax system from IKEA.
Use every corner of space.
You can hang stuff on this rod.
For about $30 in piping and 15 minutes oflabor, you can have a bar that is high enough to keep your long dresses from getting damaged.
Shelves count too.
They don’t have to be invasive, and they can hold anything from books to knickknacks.
More corner tricks: Hang some hangers.
You can turn your prom dress into decoration, while saving closet space.
Cover your windows with frosty film.
For privacy that doesn’t block light.
Especially useful if you have a blah view.
Non-adhesive window film, water, and baby shampoo, that’s pretty much all suppliesyou need.
Learn more about the trick at notmartha.
Looking for color? Use paper instead.
Lamp salvaged made from an old opticianseye tester How good is that? 25.
Tape and Paint.
With some imaginations and GEOMETRY, I am sure you can make something much better thanthis.
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