"Well, for a start, there are futon covers that aren't green or blue. The mattress store may carry them, I know Target did at least as of a couple of yeas ago. The no paint rule may be a bit flexible. Eons ago, when I…"
"The problem is even if you buy real wood, a wooden cabin interior inside an ugly modern building just sticks out like a sore thumb, so obviously unreal and artificial. I recommend being authentic. It's a dorm room. Be okay with it looking like…"
"One thing that I've done that made a room more cozy was adding dark book cases and also putting different types of fabric on the wall. I've got a handful of flags that I hang vertically (from those adhesive hangers) that gives a bit of…"
"If you have some extra shelf space, consider growing a couple of small plants. Of course you couldn't do anything that would be large or require any significant amount of upkeep, but if you could find something green and leafy, I feel it would…"
"My senior year apartment I shared with two other girls was like this:
trashpicked comfy furniture covered with fur pelts
walls painted in dark Victorian colors
lots of thrift store taxidermy
framed pressed leaf collections trash picked from my dept.…"
"To specify, I the following are things that I cannot do:
alter the wall in any way that prevents it from being the same when I move out as when I moved in -
aka no painting, wallpaper, nails, screws, etc. I can use adhesives, however.
"What are you allowed to do? Are you allowed to paint, wallpaper, hang curtains, or whatever? Or must everything be free standing?
Christopher Lowell (interior decorator) did a special on decorating teenage and college rooms.…"
Hello All, I noticed there was a post about this a few years ago but it didn't receive much feedback, and I wanted to see if there are any new ideas anyone can provide. I'm going to be a junior in college and I am going to be living in a single room, that is, it will be my own room, and it is actually a decent sized room. It is big enough that in addition to the college-provided desk and bed, I will have enough room for a futon/couch and my fridge/microwave, etc. I'm trying to…See More
"From the text of the executive order:
Notwithstanding the temporary suspension imposed pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, the Secretaries of State and Homeland Security may jointly determine to admit individuals to the United States as…"
"There are tens of thousands of refugees fleeing persecution, war, famine, and death. What is a statistical blip to you, is a mother, a father, a son, a daughter--human beings who are subjected to the worst that humans can do to one another, and all…"
"I guess the underlying premise, that they have a right to be able to come here, isn't in my argument. There are so many other things we could be worrying about, like the 25 million North Koreans, that really the couple thousand refugees that…"
"What does that actually have to do with the matter? Because we have a high standard for entry we shouldn't consider refining or pausing the inflow while we work with other nations (who are not currently assisting us in the vetting process), to…"
"If you spent 3 years trying to get somewhere and someone told you that because you come from a certain place, not only are you not getting in right now, but you might not get in at all, how would you feel?
Not to mention, in some cases these folks…"
"Ok, so in spending 3 years of vetting, another 90 days will be that big of a deal? Remember, we're dealing specifically with countries that are NOT cooperating with the vetting process. Personally, I'd prefer we waited longer and had a…"
"What Obama did was a slow down, not a pause, and certainly not a "ban". There were still people coming in while the "slow down" was in effect. No one spent 3 years going through the process, only to be told during the…"