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Ellisia Vienna Silver 19 3/4-Inch-W Crystal Ceiling Light
“Formal crystal lighting goes a long way in minimal, modern design!”
- C. Busch, Interior Designer
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Image from Comparte Mi Moda
No matter how hard institutions try to update the look of their residence halls, there's something about dorm rooms and campus apartments that look...well...dormy. Luckily, with a few simple steps you can re-design your dorm room in short order:
Turn off that ugly fluorescent box that comes standard with the room and try using swag lamps instead. Look for plug-in chandelier and shade styles to get affordable style in a snap. (Safety tip: make sure to get help with electrical any work.)
Enchants Sheer Silver Crystal Rain Plug-in Swag Chandelier, Abstract Giclee Glow Brushed Steel Swag Unique Chandelier
Is a battered old table lamp included with the room? Perk it up with patterned lamp shades (or just stuff it in storage and start with a new one). Complement it with a throw rug and fun headboard. Who needs boring when bold will do much better?
Image from Better Homes & Gardens
With your lighting squared away, you can personalize the space a bit. Think textiles to soften, scented candles to kill the scent of ramen wafting through the halls and modern wall mirrors to lighten the look of your room:
Image from Belle Maison 23
Top to bottom: Eleganza 22 Inch Starburst, Vela 40 Inch Starburst
At your school dorm (or in rented small spaces in general), even just a few small decor improvements can go a long way.
Images: Comparte Mi Moda, Better Homes & Gardens, Belle Maison 23
Dorm Room Re-Design Tips
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