Aggie Lala Bedroom, 2017-04-08 16:55:19. Comforter: Not all the students going to college would require to buy a comforter, although the decision to buy one entirely depends on the weather condition of the place where you are going. You would need comforters if you are going to colder regions and places where it is mostly colder during the nights. If not, you would only require blankets. You will have to wash the comforters when you are in college, so get one that is washable. It would be better if it is also wrinkle-free.
Sela Anamarija Bedroom, 2017-04-08 03:00:01. Twin XL Sheet: The size of the sheet is a very important aspect that needs to be kept in mind when making purchases. Twin XL is the most popular size. This is because, these days, most of the colleges furnish their dorms with twin XL beds. It is important that you buy multiple set of sheets, as it would not be possible for you to launder your bedding every two weeks. Also, do remember to get a weather check of the place where your college is located, as most of your bedding shopping would be based on this factor. So, if it is usually cold there, it is advisable to buy flannel sheets, and if it has a warmer climate, then you could use cotton jersey sheets.
Amor Pistis Bedroom, 2017-04-07 10:01:31. A bedside table plays a significant role to complete the bedroom furnishing. It comes in handy to hold the alarm clock, a couple of your favorite bedside books, a night lamp, and a few other essentials. End tables, as they are often referred to as, can be used to either complement or accentuate the look of the room.
Clarissa Bancroft Bedroom, 2017-04-07 01:27:34. Sheets: Obviously, you will be provided with a basic bed and a mattress, but you need to get sheets for the same. Most dorms are furnished with extra-long twin beds, therefore, ensure you buy sheets that fit these beds. You will not need a sheet with a very high thread count, but make sure that the quality is good. Also, buy your sheets according to the climate of the place your college is situated in. Opt for flannel sheets for cold climes and cotton sheets for warmer ones.
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