Looking for some easy ways to decorate your uni room on a budget? Here are our top tips, brought to you in collaboration with Missguided.
If you’ve found your perfect student home through UniHomes, and you’re now looking to make your space feel a little more personal, we’ve got you covered.
Creating a personal space is important; it can help you relax, improve your productivity and provide a haven from a busy house or flat share. Despite what you may think, there’s no need to spend £££ reworking your uni room. Discover key pieces to help you create an aesthetic space for less.
If you’ve lived in student housing before, you probably know that the rooms are set up to be functional and supportive to a student lifestyle. Plus, they’re also a blank canvas, waiting for you to put your own personal stamp on things.
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Tips on decorating your room for less
Shopping for a new room can feel daunting. It’s impossible to know where to start and what you should be prioritising. Keep reading to discover the game changers that will instantly update your bedroom on a budget.
• Trinkets & personal pieces
• Mugs and coasters
Opt for simple artwork or framed posters to add some personality to your bedroom. By using frames, rather than sticking them straight to your wall, you can instantly elevate your fave images. Use renter friendly adhesives such as command hooks or simply prop them on your desk or shelves.
Plants are an important part of any home, not only do they look good, but they can boost your mood, creativity and concentration. Whilst at uni, caring for plants can be less than successful so opt for some artificial options or dried pampas.
Bedding makes a huge difference to the appearance of your bedroom. There won’t be much space for actual furniture, so dress your bed instead. Opt for a neutral bedspread and layer it up with cushions, throws and more.
✨ Trinkets & personal pieces
One key way to decorate your uni room is with ornaments and personal pieces. These are guaranteed to help you feel more at home as well as creating some more personality into your space. Choose a few key items that reflect your unique style and taste of decor.
☕️ Mugs & coasters
When it comes to a uni kitchen, pretty much everything is communal, apart from the sacred coffee mug. Treat yourself to a new mug and some coasters for your bedroom. This will help you have a morning routine and a sense of stability in your student lifestyle.