College is a great time in every young person’s life but has one critical flaw, you have to leave home. Leaving home isn’t a bad thing, it just means that you will be out of your familiar surrounding and comfort zone. What if I told you that your college dorm could be as cozy as your room at home and you wouldn’t even feel like you left home? Amazing right?
With just a few additions to your dorm room, you get a home away from home experience and adapt better to the rigors of college life.
The weather isn’t always kind and can sometimes be extreme. With temperature regulators, you can account for extreme temperatures and have your room feel comfortable. Whether it’s an air conditioner or a radiator, you can balance out the winter and the summer. Installing either an air conditioner or a radiator will often require a little remodeling of your room. While temperature regulators are allowed in dorm rooms, they aren’t readily available or accounted for in the design. A general contractor will have no problem with making room for your air conditioner and or radiator. Once the installation is complete, you will find that your room becomes homier, and you can stay as warm as you like.
Mattresses are typically provided to you, with one being in your bed once you arrive at college. Odds are that the mattress will be the same one used by the previous occupants of the dorm room. The big problem here is that you don’t know where the mattress has been or what it has been through. Most people have a problem sleeping on a mattress directly until they are more comfortable. It is the same reason people tend to request fresh sheets at a hotel. With your bedding, on the other hand, you will have a cover on the mattress and sleep more comfortably on the mattress. The best part is that you can bring the bedding from your mattress at home to make the procedure more effective.
A carpet is more for your downstairs neighbor than it is for you as it helps to reduce the amount of noise your feet make. By walking on the carpet, your neighbors won’t have to constantly complain about stomping or waking too loudly. One benefit you get from having a rug in your room is that you get to be more comfortable walking barefoot You won’t have to worry about or deal with cold floors. When you are comfortable walking around barefoot, then it is safe to say that you feel at home.
If you are an art fan or have wall art at home, then it is a no-brainer to have one in your dorm room. The best part of having wall art is that it doesn’t have to be the same as the one you have at home. You can simply have one from the same artist or from the same type of art and it will have the same effect. Once you look at it, you feel more comfortable and it helps you acclimatize to your new surroundings faster. There are several wall art choices that could match what you are looking for, so make your choice.
Even the name says it all, the chair is designed to make you comfortable You won’t have to feel uncomfortable in your dorm room and it’s all thanks to a chair. The best part is that a comfy chair can also serve as an extra seat should you have guests over. This helps you feel at home and is beneficial to guests, who can also make you feel at home. If you just so happen to have a comfy chair at home, then you can bring it along with you, or get one specifically for your dorm room. It may not seem like it, but a comfy chair may be just what you need to feel at home in your dorm room.
It is easy to feel at home in your dorm room and all it takes are a few additions that won’t look or feel out of place. You don’t have to be counting down the days until you have a major holiday and travel back home. A few additions will make you feel right at home in your dorm room.