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11  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / returning to the dorms.... on: May 12, 2005 08:46:29 PM
so in an attempt to save money, i'm becoming a resident assistant again at my college. the problem is that i've lived off-campus for two years and have accumulated so much stuff (crafting and otherwise)! also my future room is about 8'6" by 10'6" and my current room is 11' by 11' with a full wall of closet space... so that doesn't help.  Grin the new room includes a twin xl bed, a closet (about 5' long i think), a desk, a chair and a minifridge in said space.
does anyone have any ideas for organization or a good way to get stuff off the floor? a cheap place to buy shelves or something? i can't make any major holes in the wall but little ones i could cover up might be fine.
i've already succumbed to the idea that i'll need to loft my bed.  Tongue lol please help so i don't stress out about this anymore! Wink
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