Features hidden zipper enclosure with a synthetic-filled insert included,Cotton weave features ivory or black backing,Plush pillow features ultra-soft front and back for ultimate comfort,Sherpa pillow features ultra-soft front and cozy Sherpa backing,Machine washable coverView Product
Choose from a range of designs and sizes,Wood grain shows through photo,Grooves carved into the back allow for easy hanging,Perfect for portraits and travel photos,Please note: Due to the premium quality of the wood, any white in your photo won’t print. In place of white, you’ll see the wood grainView Product
Available in Twin, Full/Queen and King,Zipper closure,Ties on inside hold duvet in place,Ultra-soft, breathable microfiber fabric,Body temperature and moisture management properties so that warm sleepers stay cool and cool sleepers stay warm,Coordinates with our personalized shams (sold separately),Wash separately in cold water, delicate cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry, low-heat settingView Product
Study in Style With Personalized Dorm Decor
Heading to college and living in a dorm doesn’t mean you have to give up your originality. The rooms might be run-of-the-mill, and it could be against policy to paint and put up curtain rods, but that won’t prevent you from customizing the space. With personalized dorm décor, you can study in style no matter where you live!
The first room you’ll want to decorate is your bedroom. Even if you get along well with your roommates, it’s sometimes nice to just retreat to your own bedroom. Duvet covers, pillow shams, fleece blankets and throw pillows can brighten up even the drabbest dorm room, and you can personalize them with pictures from home. With monogrammed initials, your roommates can never try to claim ownership! Hanging up beautiful canvas prints of your family and friends from home will also make the space more personalized.
The Common Area
In many dorms, there will be a common area shared by a handful of roommates. Although you’re sharing it with others, you can still make it decorative and stylish. Ask each roommate to contribute some favorite photos and customize some candles for the area. Photo cubes and other desktop accessories can also brighten up the area and will become conversation pieces when you have friends over.
Whether you share the bathroom with just one or two roommates, or with six or seven, talk to them about customizing the shower curtain. Add photos from each of your homes, or pictures of each of you at the beach. Put an inspirational quote on the curtain to give every day a positive jumpstart. If you have an empty wall in the bathroom, consider a customized metal print. They're water resistant and still add some personality to your space.
Dorm life doesn’t have to be boring. There are a lot of possibilities when it comes to customized dorm decor. If you are heading to college soon, consider what style you’re going for and start creating today!