For many people, their first experience with living on their own or away from house engages a college and a dorm. To lessen the shock, bring some beloved things from house that are not simply functional but soothing.
Images, photos, pictures. Instead of fussy framed photos that most likely will not stick to the concrete walls of your dorm space, get creative and print some posters.
Many dorms do not allow students to paint, even if you're willing to repaint at the end of the year. Your image posters are simply the beginning of the wall designs. Consider printing increased pictures of flowers and filling some of the centers with friends/family faces.
Bring some familiar bed linen. Yes, the new bags of bed linen at the outlet store are super cool however they are also a price you most likely do not need and less comfortable than your beloved blankets in the house. webpage If you feel you need to get a new comforter, then bring a secondary blanket that seems like house. Blankets are a vital and basic connection to comfort and can get you through that first cold without mother's chicken noodle soup.
Fill your time with some of your beloved residence activities. Create a recreation center in your dormitory that will accommodate your favorite CDs, video game consoles, and motion pictures.
Enhancing your dorm room is interesting and exciting but can be overwhelming, so take it one piece at a time and do not forget to include things that are important to you and that remind you, about a little bit, of home.