Moving out for college is a significant milestone and deserves to be celebrated. One of the first things people like to do is decorate their single college dorm room. Even those who share a room with another person can change up the design of their new space.
Are you looking for a way to decorate your new dorm room? Whether it’s single dorm room ideas or dorm room themes you’re in search of, we’ll be covering it all in this article, so read on!
1. Introduce Some Artsy Designs
If you’re drawn to arts and crafts, there’s so much you can do with your room. Have you tried adding art pieces to your room yet? If not, now is a great time to start. To achieve the “artsy” aesthetic, you can do the following:
Hang up posters: Posters are easily available and inexpensive, making them the perfect wall decoration for your dorm room.
The best thing about posters is that they don’t need to be hung off a nail, so you won’t have to drill any holes into your dorm room walls.
You can simply put your posters up with some wall-safe tape or Blu Tack. Dull walls can kill the vibe of any room, but posters, paintings, and prints can give even the dullest wall life.
Add decoration pieces: Another way to add art to your room is by placing small handmade busts, pottery, or any decoration piece that matches your room’s vibe.
This will help you add color to your room, too. Feel free to coordinate the color of these pieces with your furniture, flooring, and walls.
2. Breathe Life Into Your Room With Some Plants
One of the best single dorm room ideas is adding some plants in your room! Not only are plants great to look at, but they also help purify the air in your room.
Air cleansing and detoxifying are essential because things can get stuffy inside dorm rooms, especially if you’re sharing the space with another person.
If you’re a fan of the great outdoors and nature, plants will be the perfect addition to your room.
Some great low maintenance options include succulents, ferns, and cacti. Aloe Vera is one of the most popular forms of cacti for dorm rooms because it is low maintenance, and the spikes don’t prick.
Another excellent option is a snake plant or even a spider plant. Both of these have remarkably high rates of benzene (which is found in wall paint) absorption and will help keep your airspace safe and clean…
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