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Look smart with these decorative pillows on the bed.
Here's a calendar to keep the social schedule straight.
This can almost replace a bed. It's the biggest and the most comfortable beanbag I've ever come across.
A rug will give the room more of a homey feel.
You'll need a trash can with a lid to keep the smells contained.
These cool laundry baskets are collapsible.
Keep mail and/or papers on your desk organized.
Decorative vases bring some colors into the room. And they're a good reason to buy flowers.
This small table can be used for extra surface space or for dining dorm style.
This mini fridge doubles as a chalkboard for reminders or grocery lists.
A wall-mount TV stand that also stores movies keeps everything tidy and even leaves space underneath to store shoes.
This cool bookshelf keeps the textbooks organized.
Give the room a pop of color with these drapes.
Let inspirational words motivate you on your way out for the day.
You'll need a nightstand and a large alarm clock so that you're not late to class.
Get a full-length mirror to make sure you look good on your way out. This one also works as a coat closet or extra place to store things.
This helps with late-night studying.
Having a couple of these is great in a dorm room because they are stackable. You can use them as desk chairs or dining chairs. Or offer a seat to guests when people come over.
This durable and chic desk has lots of storage for textbooks and notebooks.