Boost Your Dorm Room’s Storage Options With a Set of Bed Risers

College-issued bed frames usually aren’t high enough to fit an undergrad’s mountain of stuff, so investing in bed risers (that you’ll use for campus life and beyond!) are a must. Not only can they add extra height to bed frames, but smaller 1-inch-high furniture lifts can raise up an awkwardly low couch or dorm desk as well. Maximize the storage potential in your small-space dwelling (and give your bed a boost) by using one of these bed riser sets.

Slipstick 1-Inch Stack-Its Adjustable Bed Risers (8-Pack)

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These 1-inch-high clear plastic bed risers may be the most versatile option of them all. Available in a set of eight, they can slip under a bed frame or table legs for a small boost, or they can be doubled up for a total of 2 inches of added height.
We like that their recessed top holds swiveling casters in place and that they each have a rubber O ring on their bottoms to grip the floor without scratching it.



Studio 3B 4-Piece USB Bed Lift Set

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This set from Studio 3B is a dual-purpose pick that’s totally worth the investment. It not only lifts up your bed an extra 7 inches, but it also comes with one rechargeable riser so that you can power up small devices within an arm’s reach.





Home-it Adjustable Bed Risers

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Now you don’t have to be stuck with one bed height throughout your college career. This black plastic bed riser set lifts the frame 3, 5, or 8 inches higher, so in the event that you downsize your stuff, you can make adjustments accordingly.





Honey-Can-Do Wood Bed Lifts

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Elevate your bedroom’s appearance with these 3.5-inch wooden bed risers. Users who sleep on a wooden frame can create a more stylish two-tone look while enhancing their amount of underbed stowing space.






Home-it 6-Inch Black Bed Risers

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This standard set of durable plastic polymer bed lifts may be no-frills, but they get the job done. Adding 6 inches to a frame, they have a 1-inch recessed crater at the top, which prevent casters from sliding off the edge.