Mini refrigerators are useful, but they aren't all that attractive. Personalize your dorm room refrigerator using strips of washi tape. We created an abstract stripe design with metallic gold tape. Chalkboard adhesive over the freezer allows you to further personalize the appliance. A light turquoise stacked shelf creates a cute and useful pantry for food and kitchen accessory storage.
Dorm Room Takeover DIY Coffee Table With Drawer Storage and White Tabletop With Turquoise and Gold Breakfast Tray
Short on storage? Try this DIY shelf hack. We turned two wall shelves into a mobile coffee table by adding two sets of casters and mending plates. It can hold makeup, games, craft supplies and more! And when you need more space, you can simply roll it under the bed.
Layered Textured Rugs Under Dorm Room Table With White Tabletop and Gold and Turquoise Breakfast Tray
Dress cold, bare dorm room floors with indoor-outdoor rugs that are inexpensive and hold up to a lot of traffic and spills. Here, we layered a black polypropylene rug on top of a larger sisal rug to add style and texture to the space. The black rug allows the white table top to pop, while the additional rugs compliment the light gold and turquoise tones of the breakfast tray.
No Nail Dorm Decorating Featuring Painted Cork Hexagons, Turquoise Duvet Cover and Colorful Throw Pillows
Deck out your dorm room with stylish decor ideas that won't break the rules, like this wall of painted hexagon-shaped cork pieces, attached to the wall with removable adhesive strips. You can paint the cork in hues that compliment your color scheme. Placing them over the bed allows you take advantage of wall space and display pictures and personal items without taking up any counter space.
The Belkin Powerhouse Charging Dock Duo ensures that there’s a charging spot for two of your devices, smartphones or tablets. Plus, it charges at the fastest possible speed, getting you back on a screen in no time.
This itty-bitty appliance has been compared to an EasyBake oven, but it makes real coffee, toast and even eggs on its 6” griddle. So when you can’t get away from your desk for a meal break, you can still whip up actual food in your room. Take that, Cup o’ Noodles.
When you’re burning the midnight oil, you need fuel — and you can do better than warm Jolt Cola. A mini fridge makes possible such delights as milk with cereal, ice cream (there’s a freezer!) and leftovers from “real” meals.
Dorm room wardrobes offer a large, blank space that's dying to be dressed up. Here, we took advantage of this blank space just inside the door to create a chalkboard memo board with a side for each roommate's to-do list. A strip of turquoise wash tape creates a colorful divider between sides.
Orange Owl Mug Used for Dorm Room Silverware Storage in Mint Green Tray
Hit the dollar store for an inexpensive set of forks, knives and spoons when it comes to furnishing your dorm room. Buy four settings to accommodate a small group and account for inevitable lost utensils throughout the year. Displaying your silverware in a bright colored mug creates easy storage and can compliment your color scheme.
Personalized Dorm Room Decor With Hooks for Clothing and Bad Display and Painted Hexagonal Cork Boards
Put your style on display by taking your favorite items and hanging them in blank spaces around the room. Your vintage handbag instantly becomes a work of art. Painted hexagonal cork boards create a colorful wall display and allow you to further personalize your space.
Geometric Framed Art With Pink, Orange and Neutral Triangles Over White Background in Black Frame With White Mat
Look for wall art anywhere and everywhere, starting with your school supplies. We found this geometric notebook divider in the office supply section for less than $1. It looks super sweet in a frame, right? The black frame pops against the white mat and background.
Dorm Room Takeover From Door "Hello" Turquoise Washi Tape Geometric Design
Make your dorm door stand out with a ceiling-to-floor greeting to your fellow dorm dwellers. To recreate this look, use scraps of painter's tape to divide your door into five equal sections, then outline each letter with colorful wash tape. Go back and add geometric details, if desired.