Decorating dorm room can be a challenge because of the limited space, and the restrictions that can be placed on you by your school’s housing department. While painting a way to obvious improve your dorm, more options may not return much your pocket book, but can offer a pleasant living space. Remember to keep things simple when decorating your dorm room, if you are limited on what can actually be done, and you can move in the next year from the dormitory.
Line can add decorum top of your walls using wall paper or other decorative paper to your dorm. Temporary adhesive, similar to that can be used on Post-it notes, making it easy to modify or remove the wall liner. This is also an opportunity to use some of the colors you want to rely on your decorating dorm room theme.
Using a loft or bunk beds is a great way to save floor space, so you can use more of the space in your dorm for the things you want and need. Pens or bunk beds can also be painted to match the color themes that you can use or can be decorated with cloth or ribbons. Expensive lofts and bunk beds have built-in storage as well, which can help to keep your decorating dorm room tidy.