Back To College Girl’s Guide To A Stylish College Apartment

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"The power of color is that it can completely alter your experience,"

Interior Designer Shannon Kaye.


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Rose Quartz and Serene are perfect colors to create a stylish girl college apartment with a calm and fun atmosphere. Let the next 4 years be all about great new friendships, exciting fun adventures, and new and a worldly enlightening education. These important years of growing up can be the best time of your life or they can be full of stress induced worries over balancing relationships, time, midterms, finals, and prioritizing one’s life. It is important to set the mood right with the right colors for your new home. Pick colors that create peace and enjoyment. You Deserve it!


Top Pinterest Themes For College Apartments


Pink & Romantic

modern sofa bed


Pink & Shabby Chic

modern sofa bed


Pink & Floral

Futon set


Pink & Modern

modern sofa bed


Modern Futon Sofas Under $400

modern sofa bed
modern sofa bed
modern sofa bed
modern sofa bed




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1) Color Coordination

It is great to connect your roommate and decorate your home together. Once you pick the color and theme the rest is easy. There are huge student discounts for Dorm Futons and often when purchasing more than one there can be even better deals.


2) Sleek Bedding:

It is all about space saving when it comes to college living. Small bedrooms, sharing space with roommates, small studios are great for the budget, but can be a challenge when it comes to picking the right piece of furniture for your bedroom. Think organization, think storage, think multifunctional.

Storage beds


Storage beds


Platform bed


Cherry bed frames


3) Summer-Camp-Chic Bunk Beds

bunk beds


4) Cozy Reading Nook

bean bag chair



Color Spotlight Online: Rose Quartz and Serene



Source: @houzz, @designlovefest, @apartmenttherapy


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