So, You’re Moving Out Part Two

I’m going to continue on from the last blog and give you more great tips for personalizing your shabby ass dorm room. How great is that?

Desk.

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Take your desk to the next level with personalized storage. This can be as easy as taking an old mason jar, soup can or vase and putting some paint to it. This will make you  a matching set and also keep your school essentials organized. WHAM BAM!

Book Ends.

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Find a brick and a plastic animal glue it together and spray paint it. This is a simple inexpensive way to add a unique detail to your boring book shelves.

Shelves.

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Add some life to your space by using plants. Succulents aren’t just beautiful, they’re super low-maintenance, perfecttttttt. Plant them in bright, hand-painted pots  (you can find pots at the dollar store) and BAM they instantly become the perfect addition to your temporary dorm.

Pillows & Blankets.

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This is another way to add some colour and personality to your room. If you can’t find a comforters that you like, there is always the option of making one. This is a lot easier than it may look, as you can find great tutorials online.

Check back in Monday for more easy ways to flip that dorm room around.

 

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