Dorm Room Essentials | Dorm Tour 2019
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Oh, some dormer essentials, I would say the first being that if you're going to be sharing a bathroom with other people, especially like your freshman year, to get some sort of shower caddy so that you don't have to kind of carry your stuff every time. Definitely invest in some like really, you know, quality towels, robes, stuff like that. Whatever makes you feel comfortable just that you don't have to keep buying it as like your college career goes on. For betting, I would say it would definitely be worth getting some sort of like thick mattress pad. I think I spent like seventy five dollars in mine, and it's easily the best thing I think I purchased for colleges because it makes my bed really comfortable. The beds here at Westminster actually decently comfortable, but it's kind of nice having like an extra little thing, and I mean, it's just a personal thing, but I like a lot of pillows and make sure you have some soft blankets and stuff, really, whatever that makes you feel completely at home. Just it's really important to get a good night's sleep, especially at college. I think for like thirty bucks, it's actually really come in handy. You could just kind of wheeled around, but that has kind of really helped out for me. If you're another thing that I really like having is this closet organizer and I basically just keep on my pants and shoes and stuff in it. It kind of keeps everything out of the way and just like a nice space saver, really. Maybe some of those little storage bins that I have up there nice toe have kind of keep things hit. In a way, we'LL also probably want to invest in some sort of hanging rack like this to keep your towels or anything else coats whatever that you think you might want to have on it. It would just be great to have One thing that we invested in this year was this nine cube organizer, which is actually worked out for us, really nice we can keep some food there and just our cups, plates, stuff like that, which I would also suggest having. Sometimes you don't ever have to worry about having paper stuff or whatever, and it's kind of difficult to clean some of our dishes here too soon. They're pretty small, but it's manageable. I would definitely suggest getting a mini fridge or two, depending on how many people you'LL be living with. It's just nice to keep some snacks, drinks, whatever that you want in there. I would say that a printer is definitely optional, but it's kind of convenient just having one here in the room. Obviously the school itself has a ton, so don't really have to worry about ever trying to find somewhere to like, printer stuff or whatever. Having is a curate if you like having coffee in the morning or even like an off brand coffee machine sheen. There's always nice to have, and we also got microwave, which is been really nice to We like to make Mac and cheese and just other stuff to kind of heat up in, uh, room as well. If you have the space in your room, I would suggest some sort of food. They're not sitting on your bed, and it just kind of convenient. We can all kind of sit around and relax on our couch. We actually bought this one for only, like twenty five dollars, so that was really nice. Another thing that you'll definitely want to bring is some sort of decorations just to kind of make your space feel at home and whether that be canvases or pictures or tapestries, basically, whatever you see fit. I bought this fan, um, which I like to use when it gets kind of hot. Most of the dorm rooms here at Westminster don't have air conditioning, so it does get a little bit warm sometimes. So that's just been nice to have to keep on me when I'm sleeping.