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Dorm Décor Even Your Roommates Will Love

Regardless of how different your styles may be.
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Being a dormer has a lot of perks. One of which is that you have your own space that you can decorate any way you want it. Unfortunately, not all dorms allow you to choose your roommates, and sometimes, you and your roomie may not have the same taste when it comes to room décor. But don't you worry because we found some really cute room accessories that we're sure even your roommates will love regardless of how different your styles may be.

Keep this love in a photograph.

No matter how tech-savvy people are now, there's still something different and special about a photograph you can keep without worrying about accidentally deleting it in your phone's gallery. Display your favorite photos in style with a cool photo accessory you can hang on the walls of your room.

Satisfy your green thumb.

Mason jars are space savers, and are pretty to look at, too! You can use it to hold your colorful pens for note-taking or you can use it to hold your favorite flowers to satisfy your green thumb.

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Add a bed rail!

You can be sure that college will require you to read up on a lot of texts and articles. Keep your desk clean and spacious by adding a bed rail to your bed. You can store all your readings here, and add spunk to your room, too.

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Keep your spare change.

Keep your spare change in style with a cool jar wall décor. It's a cool dorm accessory, and should help you save up a little portion of your allowance, too.

Jot it down!

This calendar may be bigger than the other dorm décor we've listen down, but this should be helpful not just for yourself, but for your roommates, too! You can assign a color per roomie so it'll be easier to spot who's deadline is up soon. 

How do you decorate your dorm rooms, Candy Girls?

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The Rebecca Bloomwood of Manila. I spend half of my time obsessing about the latest fashion craze, and the other half overthinking and over-analyzing just about anything under the sun. When I’m not busy as a bee playing with fifty shades of pink lippies, you can probably catch me swiping my plastic for yet another pair of shiny, pointed gold flats.
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