We know a lot of you are toughing it in out in dorm room-living situations. From living with roommates to pulling all-nighters, here are a few of my favorite dorm room decor items that'll not only make you happy to head back to get back to all that school entails, but might even help you out with privacy issues, sleeping schedules, and note-taking…
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There's no doubt that comic books and graphic novels are awesome because of their colors and wonderful artwork. And there's no reason you have to wait until you crack open a book to enjoy all that color and adventure. Bring in some of these graphic novel-themed decor pieces to add some BOOM! POW! to any room in your pad.
Whether it's foods, drinks, or decor, being on a stick makes it portable, fashionable and fabulous. Here's our savory, sweet, and sometimes even swanky roundup of all things Offbeat Home & Life… on a STICK!
We made this Rusted-up, industrial, post-apocalyptic notice board out of a scavenged steel plate. It's the first step in our post-apocalyptic adventurer home. And it's pretty easy to do yourself!
From time to time, you'll come across a very special book, video game or TV series that transports you to a unique universe — and does it so well, you could believe it's real. The screen lights on, you turn the page, or press enter, and you find yourself in a completely different place. For me, the Normandy in Mass Effect was one of these places I wish I could really travel to: chill in the lounge, have a drink with Tali and jest a bit with Garrus. So what would I need to bring a little bit of that ultra-modern relaxing vibe home with me?
Maybe monsters under the bed aren't so cool, but what about on top? Offbeat Homie Sully gave us the heads up on this awesome DIY duvet cover from the blog JenThousandWords. Jen took her kid's artwork and traced it onto a duvet cover with a fabric marker. The results of this labour of love are super cute for kids and adults alike.