duvet. Monday , July 24th , 2017 - 16:14:14 PM
You enter your new college campus, with a smile on your face, humming George Michael's Freedom! '90. It does not take you long to drift away to the world of dreams, which is crowded by new friends, parties, and studies (as an afterthought!). And then as swiftly as dreams had captured your mind, reality strikes, thanks to the dingy and tiny space that will be 'home' to you for the next four years. Dorm rooms have a way of adding negatives to the pros and cons checklist of college life, which is why, it is essential to give the dorm room furnishings a makeover, and make the space your own. And focusing your attention on your bedding is, maybe the perfect place to start.
Pillows: Some people are very particular and possessive about their pillows. If you are one of them, then take your present pillow along with you to the dorm. If it is anyway time to buy a new one, then do so. And for people who don't have any particular preference, they can choose from the variety of soft, medium, and firm pillows. Needless to say, you would need the pillowcases as well. You need not limit yourself to taking just one pillow; plenty of pillows are always cozy.
Color and Fabric: Be it a bedding for girls or for boys, the fabric of the bedding should be durable, and should last for a considerable amount of time (Remember you do not want to spend your money on buying a new bedding every semester!) Next comes the color of the bedding. While the color for guys could range from dark blue to brown to even black, girls can stick to cute favorites like pink and green, with a slightly darker shade. Why dark colors? Because, if you choose to stick with white or any lighter shade, then it gets grimy quickly.
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