1. Geometry Test
Typically, dorm rooms are much like rented apartments in that you’re not allowed to mess with the walls too much. It can be tricky finding ways to spruce up blank walls that’s not too invasive, but this is a cute and funky way to do just that! Bonus: you can tell your roommate it’s in the shape of a really common molecule and watch her academic insecurities skyrocket.
2. Take A Seat
You will quickly realize that fitting your whole life into a 10×10 box that you share with another person is a bit harder than you had once imagined. Living space is like a mythical creature that you think you once saw as a child, but it may have been a dream. That’s why these seats that double as storage containers are ideal for a small space where people are going to be congregating.
3. Insta O’ Clock
Displaying pictures is an obvious way to transform a space into your own. You’re probably going to have pictures taped all over your walls, but here’s an innovative way to show off all your Amaro and Lo-Fi filtered beauties while also getting you to class on time.
7. Struck A Cord
You’re going to have a million cords and chargers and headphones and other tubular, tangly things to keep track of. It’s easy to mix all of these up when you’ve got an entire dormitory full of kids with the exact same ones, so make sure yours stand out.
11. Terriari-Um, Duh.
College is the time to learn that when you leave your dirty cereal bowl sitting on your desk for multiple days at a time without Mom to clean it, green things will begin growing inside. This DIY terrarium is a way to ensure that anything green that grows in your space will be intentional.
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