8 Simple Creative Ways To Decorate A Student’s Room

When every student’s room appears like it was cranked out on a factory conveyor line. It is true, it does sometimes. But wait, there’s nothing to fear. There is a solution to every problem. So, do you know how to decorate a student’s room? It is one of the finest ways to show off your uniqueness. Yes, they will be spending a few years studying at the university and so it has to made comfortable for them to live in.

8 Ways To Decorate A Student’s Room

1. Washi tape

This is, without a doubt, the finest innovation since the Internet, and this method of wall installation leaves no trace – ideal for avoiding large deposit reductions on your student housing. The tape may be used to ‘frame’ photographs, posters, and memories, as well as jazz up bookshelves, doors, pedestal fans, and anything else that might use a geometric infusion of colour. Washi Tape is a wonderful Japanese masking tape that is totally removable and reusable.

So, you do not have to worry about losing your deposit. Make photo frames with it, make (more) removable wallpaper with it, and our personal favorite, make inventive pineapple-themed wall art with it.

2. Fairy Lights

Did you ever think of using fairy lights to decorate a room? For starters, guys can have fairy lights in their room as they are gentle, warm, and perfect for evenings spent viewing a movie with your flat mates. You can buy basic fairy lights online and all you need to put them up is some washi tape or 3M hooks, both of which are readily removed. Most university halls, however, do not allow candles, so if you want to utilize those elaborate holders you received for your birthday, use electric tea lights instead.

Good lighting makes a room look bright and colourful. You can even have a lamp to make the room a little for vibrant. A string of fairy lights is a must-have decor for any student who wants to create a Pinterest-worthy bedroom. These may be wrapped over a space and are also ideal for using pegs to hold up photos from home.

Everything – even basic lampshades – may be customized. You may project any design you desire throughout your room by poking holes in them.

3.Get A Plant

One of the most effective ways of decorating a student’s room is with plants like cati, spider plants and jade plants. These plants do make the room vibrant and soothing. If you are worried about watering them, then you needn’t as these don’t need much maintenance.

4.Jazzy storage boxes

Students like you can consider jazzy boxes for your clothes and other accessories.It is one of the ideal ways of jazzing up your shelves or cupboards.It does bring life to a dull looking space.

5. Use a colorful rug

These are not too pricey and may be found in charity shops as well. Find out how to build your own colourful floor piece from old T-shirts if you are feeling adventurous (and poor). Rugs will make your room feel homier and warmer, as well as a touch softer on the toes than the typical academic cardboard-like carpet.

7. Hang pictures

If you have already taken the plunge and purchased some twinkly lights, repurpose them as a lovely way to display pictures. All you will need is a few pegs, clips, or even some tape.

8. Cushions and blankets

Cheap blankets and colorful pillows may be found at your local high street home shop, adding colour and warmth to your space. If none of the patterns appeal to you, make a cover out of some old cloth or T-shirt material using the inexpensive inner fluff. They are not only attractive, but they are also useful for when you all decide to cram into someone’s room – no more pretending to be comfortable while sitting on the floor.

We do spend hours in a room besides of course when we’re out with friends or shopping on our own. Speaking of spending hours in a room, there are so many ways of decorating it and so, use your imagination and have the best time doing it up.

Samantha Nguyen

Samantha Nguyen, a graduate of the Pratt Institute with a degree in Interior Design, has made a mark for herself in the home decor scene for 15 years. She started her career with a renowned design firm in Los Angeles, gaining critical acclaim for her innovative approaches. Samantha joined our platform in 2019, where she shares her expertise in creating aesthetically pleasing yet functional living spaces. She is also a staunch advocate for incorporating sustainable materials in home decor. In her leisure time, she loves to paint to establish inspiration from her travels.

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