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5 ways to decorate your halls room

24 July 2018

Turn your university room from a boring box into a stylish space that reflects your personality with these simple ideas.

1. A student classic

The carpet in your student room will probably need covering up. The LUDDE sheepskin rug is loved by students for good reason: it covers up ugly flooring, keeps your toes warm and brings a room together, creating a stylish focus.

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2. Pile them up

Striking cushions are a must to brighten up any student room. Whether dressing your bed, making a chair comfortable or being used to sit on the floor, cushions are super-useful. Make a statement with striking covers in a range of clashing patterns.

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3. Brilliant boxes

There’s never enough storage for all your stuff in halls. So rather than piling papers and books into bulging cupboards, use sturdy storage boxes. TJENA boxes look great enough to put on show throughout your university years.

Storage boxes & baskets

4. Make it multi-use

Modular, stacked stools are not only a clever way of saving space, but they look great as a bedside table too. Just lift apart to use when friends come to hang out.

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5. Show your memories

Your family photos pinned up to this clever brass frame look arty and remind you of home. You can make it unique by adding on jewellery, keys, tickets stubs and other mementos.

Frames & pictures