Decorations to create a home away from home Part 1: Women’s Dorms

a. Mayfield

kirbyrominesandsarahmurray (3)Kirby Romines and Sarah Murray have a variety of decorations to make their home cozy even within Mayfield’s small rooms.

They hung their scarves on the bed not only for a quick out the door accessory but also to add  color that matches their bed spread.

Their room includes plants and miniature wooden animals as desk accessories to add to the theme of the room.

Decorative pillows with a variety of scripts and images gives depth to a plain bed spread while also providing extra comfort for a long night of homework.

b. Townhouses

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Ashlyn Bockstanz and Emily Pearce maximized their wall space with graphic and photo heavy posters. Organized based on size and design, each poster adds artistic value coordinating with the organic and vibrant feel of their room.

The cameras hanging take up space that would otherwise be used up elsewhere.

c. Hutch

ashlyndavis (5)Ashlyn Davis included hanging lights to brighten her room.

Davis handcrafted typographic  posters with a map and picture of a world, adhering to her travel theme.

Davis also incorporates a color palette of muted colors, which are trendy for wall decorations.

Tune in next week for Men’s Dorms…