There's nothing cute about a dorm room that look so obviously, well...dormy.
When decorating your room it's important to keep comfort in mind. Yea, it should be cute, you don't want to be staring at an eye sore every time you walk into your room, but most importantly it should be comfortable.
Re-doing the lighting is inexpensive and simple, and makes your dorm room look like a celebration all year long. So get creative, girls, and say no to lackluster dorm lights!
Why was Miss K there? I have no clue, but seeing her YOLO it up at the soda machine is truly weirding me out.
I can't believe this Summer is going so quickly, but it's true, it's almost time to head back to school, which means it's time to start shopping.
Tired of the plain white walls in your dorm room or apartment? Sure, you can always head down to the university bookstore and pick up a couple of posters, but you're unique... so shouldn't your artwork be as well? Give TurningArt a try. Choose from TurningArt's gallery of over 700 paintings and photographs from some of the best rising artists and photographers in the country.
The importance of bedding in a college dorm is pretty obvious. Considering most colleges think a jail-cell sized space is fitting for us students to sleep, drink, cry and sometimes study in (no, thank you college- you really know how to make us feel at home), bedding is one of the only ways to express your self.
It's a new year (which I am having trouble remembering when I have to write the date on anything), meaning it's the perfect time to wipe that slate clean and start anew. And we're gonna help you out. Every Thursday in January we're bringing you advice from experts on ways to improve yourself and your life. From mental health to making the most of your workspace, we'll all work together to get our lives, health and GPAs back on track.
Yes, we know summertime can be oh-so-sweet, but now it's August and summer's winding down with school just around the corner. As much as summer rules, from the beach to margaritas, there are so many perks to heading back to campus and gearing up for classes.
This week flew by. I mean flew. Between watching Shark Week, voting for my favorite trends of the '90s and topping it off with the second episode of Jersey Shore of the season, I made quite the dent on my couch and my parents' pantry food supply (I'm serious, I probably gained 10 pounds in White Cheddar Cheese-Its).
The other day, while aimlessly roaming through the overpriced yet drool-worthy home goods at Urban Outfitters, I came across some adorable vinyl record bookends. They looked so cute hugging a stack of blogs-turned-books on the table and I just needed to have them. I have this problem where my books always tip over on my bookshelf and then it gets all messy and then my studying gets interrupted because I’m OCD…
If you’re anything like me, you’re a crafty college girl who may or may not have an addiction to jewelry. You also may be a Disney fiend who reads too many gossip magazines... Okay, so even if you’re not like me, you probably still have lots of necklaces and earrings lying around. And you probably have NO place to store them.
We all know that painting the walls in your dorm room is a giant no-no. But that doesn't mean you have to settle for some BS Animal House poster for your wall decor; there is another way to show off your creativity and create a space that is both cool and easy to remove at the end of the year so you can get your security deposit back.