Sophomore Dorm Room Reveal
Updated: Sep 10, 2020
My second year at college I lived on campus and was a Resident Assistant for my floor in Martin Hall. Not only did I get to live on campus for free, but I was also paid for time worked as an RA, usually organizing social and community activities for the women on the floor. It was awesome having my own room, though I still had to share the bathroom.
Each room was assigned a microwave, mini-fridge, couch, and I got to use both closets (the room was designed for double occupancy)! Technically it was bigger than my room at home. None of the furniture was built-in so I was also able to play with the layout until I figured out what I wanted. I grew quite spoiled with the set-up.
My bed and chest of drawers.
My desk (to the left of the chest of drawers).
My little kitchenette.
My sitting area.
My side table and "RA Hotline."
My wall decor.
My dorm door.
Shop my Dorm Room below:
Pillow Shams (similar here), $31-39
Flower Art (similar here), $55
Black Mirror (similar here), $129
Jewelry Box (similar here), $27
Cupcake Stand (similar here), $8
Tin Letters (similar here), $13 Each
Ottoman with Storage, $17
Desk Lamp (similar here), $17
Bulletin Board (similar here), $16
Floor Lamp (similar here), $18
Folding Shelf (similar here), $46
Kitchen Cart (similar here), $69
Vera Bradley Napkins (similar here), $20 for 4
Vera Bradley Placemats (similar here), $20 for 2
Pink Trunk, $100
Vintage Quilt (similar here), $125
Mini Table (similar here), $30
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