Become a pro at dorm cooking. Use space-savers like storage bins and storage shelves to keep everything you need organized. Remember a coffeemaker for the mornings and late nights, a microwave to cook anything and everything, and dont forget plates, cups
Stainless steel Cuisinart convection microwave providing the ability to not only microwave your food, but also bake and roast without the need for a full-size oven. Electric induction burner in cubby beneath it. Great for tiny homes
Not sure if I like this, not as is anyways, but might be helpful for the cabins or extra storage in a kitchen /compact kitchen. perfect for tiny homes and small hideaways. LOVE the pull out under microwave.
Space-Saver Appliance garages are great for stowing small countertop appliances. But make sure the doors either slide side-to-side or up and down. Swing-out doors consume the most space and tend to get in the way.
Even the dingiest dorm room can look so much better with some creativity and a few basic craft supplies. If you've already spent your summer money on clothes, shoes and textbooks we've rounded up some of the most inexpensive and colorful DIYs to turn your
Dollar store dish racks to separate the pans and lids in a cabinet above the fridge Put that hard-to-reach cupboard above the fridge to AWESOME use! See ALL your baking sheets and pans without having to unstack and sort though the mess!