If you send your firstborn to college Here are some tips. Whatever your child might think, does not need all this "must have" list of dorm room. Here are some tips to keep in mind to be ready for moving day approaches.
• Turn the freshman dorm in a loving home can be a challenge. Colorful tapestries and posters can help hide the cinder block walls. Just be sure to check the rules before sticking college things.
• Buy a quilt colored leaves and cheerful. You will need extra long twins. Since often double as a coffee table or sofa, choose a color that will not show dirt. And try to coordinate the colors with a roommate.
• Curtains and decorative cushions make the room feel "decorated".
• set of bed risers to raise the bed a few inches to earn valuable extra storage space under the bed.
• stackable plastic boxes are a good way of organizing small closets.
• Do not buy a huge damage laundry. There is no room to store, then choose it instead of bending the second is the wheels.
• Before purchasing a refrigerator, a microwave or a carpet, talk to a roommate. There is no point in duplicating these large items.
• If the college your child is too far to drive, shop when you arrive. Or all the ship UPS or FedEx. FedEx delivered duffels and other odd-sized objects.
• Visit the Web site Tree Hugger excellent advice on how to be green at the university.