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How I Got All of My Dorm Decor With One Click

It’s time to upgrade your dorm room.

Lindsay Wigo

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Regardless of how long you’ve been in college, isn’t there something exciting about dorm room shopping? Between planning your decor, finding some cute storage bins for your bed and picking out a new comforter, it’s the signal of a new school year.

But sometimes, it can be a little stressful gathering all of your things for college, especially if you’re new to college. You might not know exactly what you need and you don’t want to overpack, so it can be a total process going dorm room shopping.

But what if you didn’t have to worry about what to bring?

Introducing Roomify— where everything you need for college is in one big box, literally. Roomify offers dorm bundles, where everything you could possibly need for your dorm room is shipped to you in one box. Ranging from pillows, comforters, storage bins, and even a desk lamp, Roomify’s bundles are the perfect option for all new and returning college students.

 

Not only does Roomify supply you with items for your dorm, there are also items for your kitchen and bathroom. With plates, utensils, bath towels, wash cloths, shower shoes, a caddy and more, you are completely covered and prepared for college.

Here’s the coolest part. There are literally dozens of color options and themes to choose from for both guys and girls. Not interested in decking out your room in a pattern? There are designs for those interested in more subtle decor. Want everything to match perfectly with your roomie? Pick two of the same color designs that complement each other!

Roomify allows you to choose just how many dorm necessities you want. They come in three size options, the Starter Pack ($195 with over 39 items), The Good Life ($269 with over 54 items), and Doin’ It Big ($315 with over 60 items) which is advertised as the best deal. You can also see an itemized checklist of all the items that are included to make sure you are buying the best bundle to suit your needs.

A peek into my box after I removed my pillows.

Want to get all of your college gear with a click of a button? Check out Roomify here.

 

Disclaimer: This product was gifted, but all opinions are the writer’s own.

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Lindsay is a journalism student and is excited to be working with College Media Network as a writer/reporter. She hopes to work in the journalism field in the future as a features and profiles writer. For more of her work, visit her website: www.lindsaywigo.com

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