Hello my names Kate and I’m a recent graduate myself from Staffordshire. Upon graduating I now blog about all sort of interiors , DIY projects and decor trends whilst also pursuing a career as a freelance illustrator over at www.kateleonardillustration.co.uk.
With the summer holidays having gone by it’s now that time of year for many of you to make your way to your university of choice. Whether you’re a new or current undergraduate moving into the halls or student accommodation it’s nice to actually make it feel a little bit more like home whilst you’re away during your studies.
Now hold right there you may be wondering how can I do this without costing me an absolute fortune? It really is easy to create your very own budget friendly decorated uni room and here you’ll find a mix of tips and advice to help you personalise your own space for the academic year ahead.
life to your space try adding unique styles, patterns and colours to your room. Whether you’re bringing items from home or eager to make your way to the shops, try to incorporate some different bedroom accessories such as bedding sets, throws, cushions , curtains and more to really add that personal touch and character to your bedroom.
For those of you who are quite creative, enjoy crafts or have a big interest in colour paper goods and stationary ever heard of washi tape? Washi tape is a really popular Japanese masking tape available in
The fact that washi tape is a masking tape means you can easily change the style of frames you make for each of your pictures, move things around and when it’s time to go back home at Easter or Christmas you can easily take them with you .
There are endless possibilities as to how you can decorate your student living space, it’s all in the colour, patterns, and accessories that really shout out about your own personal style and gives a great start off to the academic year ahead.