Uni Room Ideas to Improve Storage Space


As a university student, your living space can get cramped quickly when you’re dealing with a mountain of textbooks. Whether it’s the off-campus apartment you share with other students or the university provided uni room, storage solutions are essential to maximise efficiency in limited spaces.

By making proper use of self-storage options, you can create an environment that promotes productivity without feeling cramped or cluttered. In this blog post, we cover uni storage ideas and how student storage can provide extra space for all of your needs – from recreational items to study materials.

Get some clear plastic boxes to organise your clothes by season or type

Tired of shuffling through your wardrobe and sorting through piles of clothes to find an appropriate outfit? Spring clean your wardrobe this season and organise your closet in style. Clear plastic boxes are a great way to maximise the amount of space you have while also ensuring items stay neat, organised and easy-to-find.

Whether you opt for stacking smaller boxes for items like socks, undies and t-shirts, or larger boxes for tops, bottoms and jackets, this storage solution can help you organise your closet by season or type. 

Use under-bed storage containers for extra blankets, pillows, and out-of-season clothes

Instead of cramming your closet full or stuffing drawers beyond their limits, store away items you won’t be needing for ages in under-bed containers – out of sight but within reach. A few strategically-placed containers will give you the extra room you need – plus help to keep your uni room looking tidy!

Hooks on the back of your door can hold coats, bags, and umbrellas

Door hooks are an incredibly useful tool to have in any room, especially if you lack storage space. They provide an easy way to store coats, bags, umbrellas and other items right on the back of your door instead of needing a separate closet or shelf.

What’s more, there are so many stylish and decorative door hooks available today that you don’t need to settle for anything ugly or clunky. Door hooks can quickly transform your uni room into an organised and stylish space.

Stackable crates can be used as a nightstand or end table 

Stackable crates can offer a simple and stylish solution to your home storage needs while adding some flair to your decor. These crates can easily be used as a nightstand or end table – perfect for someone who loves the rustic charm of upcycled furniture pieces. 

What’s more, thanks to their stackable design, you can maximise the use of limited floor space by conveniently stacking them on top of one another for extra storage without taking up additional room. 

A hanging shoe organiser can hold shoes, jewellery, belts, and other accessories

A hanging shoe organiser can not only hold up to twelve pairs of shoes, but can also store jewellery, belts, and other small fashion accessories. From necklaces and brooches to scarves and watches, this organisation tool will keep all of your wardrobe pieces close at hand.

With these uni room ideas, you can turn even the smallest room into a stylish and functional space. By adding a few key pieces of furniture and using room organizers, you can create a comfortable and inviting space that is perfect for studying and relaxing.

Use Student Storage Units Today

If you need help finding storage solutions for your uni room, contact Incredible Bulk Today. We offer a wide range of storage supplies and storage solutions for students in Bradford. Give us a call on 01274 975678 to learn more about our student storage or drop by Unit 9A, Whetley Mills, Thornton Road, Bradford BD8 8LQ. 

Alternatively, take the hassle out of booking your storage unit with our Quick Quote tool! Just select your desired dates, type of storage and size needed then we’ll be in touch.

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