How can I utilize my computer in a small bedroom ?

I have a small bedroom and full size bed and my desktop computer and desk take too much room and no where else to put it ..ideas ? help !
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  • Lynda Duthler Lynda Duthler on Mar 19, 2017
    Think hospital table - the ones that roll under the bed and the top is adjustable and hangs over the bed. Set your computer up on it then slide it to the end of the bed. Or, use the computer while sitting in bed. Either way the table can be moved in and out of position while occupying the same space as the bed.
    Good luck!

  • Shoshana Shoshana on Mar 20, 2017
    What about getting rid of the desk and putting in a shelf that holds your computer? It'll make you feel less cramped in there.

  • Lhb9003675 Lhb9003675 on Mar 20, 2017
    Good idea if I can figure out how. I live in a senior apt and we are very limited as to what we can do .. thsnka for the idea :-)

    • KP Callahan KP Callahan on Mar 22, 2017
      Perhaps something like this would work? It's at sauder dot com. Another possibility might be to take a bookcase and add a fold-down (or up) leaf that would hold the weight of the computer. Oh my! I just went to walmart dot com, and found a TON of bookcase desks! They range in price from around $90 to much higher, but they might give you another resource to think about. Good luck!

  • Lhb9003675 Lhb9003675 on Mar 20, 2017
    "thanks" sorry

  • Dfm Dfm on Mar 25, 2017
    my mom uses an over sized folding tv tray- a wooden one. not so big of a foot print.

  • Banjojane66 Banjojane66 on Mar 29, 2017
    You could try using a folding food cart. Some people like them in the kitchen with a microwave on top, shelves on the bottom and wheels, to push around. You can arrange your room and desk space any way you want.  I saw some at Home Depot, or Lowe's. Cost range is about 50.00--100.00.
    H.S.N. com, has a few for sale. These are very sturdy and durable.

  • Laurie Laurie on Apr 03, 2017
    Some time ago when space was limited, I used an old white microwave table with wheels. It has a flat surface for your monitor and keyboard, hardrive can sit on the shelf below, and paper/book storage in the small cupboards on the bottom. Here is a photo of it now being repurposed. You might find one of these at a used furniture store or Habitat for Humanity ReStore at a reasonable price.