You’ve probably heard of the site Dormify, but didn’t consider giving it a second glance because, well, you’re not in college anymore. However, considering the brand’s well-curated selection of decor for small spaces, it’s just as ideal for the urban dweller as it is for collegiate dorm rooms. Check out some of our highly covetable finds below.
This black-and-white Scandi-inspired pillow sham will take your bedding game to the next level. Not only is it crafted from 100% cotton, but it also features a hidden zipper for the ultimate in simplicity.
If you’re looking for an eye-catching side table that stands out from the typical mass-market offerings, this organically shaped teak table is just the ticket. Featuring a live edge and metal hairpin legs, it will blend seamlessly into any decor.
Say farewell to your plain white apartment walls with this realistic-looking faux brick accent. This peel-and-stick wallpaper is perfect for renters who can’t make any permanent changes to their spaces but have an affinity for a rustic, homey vibe.
Let this substantially-sized glass decanter take center stage on your budding bar cart. Dishwasher addicts, take note, however: it’s embossed with gold accents, so hand-washing is recommended.
Elevate your favorite collegiate party entertainment with this decidedly chic version of the game. It comes with 12 plastic flutes and three pink ping-pong balls for a fun night in.
This graphic, cream and white tapestry will look like an impressive work of art adorning your wall (it’s so lightweight that it can even be hung with thumb tacks), or alternately, its 60″x80″ shape is perfect for draping across your bed. It’s made to order and a portion of each sale supports art communities, as well.
Liven up your desk space or end table with this lacquered bubblegum pink lamp. A pair would also look chic anchoring each side of your dresser. The of-the-moment brushed brass base will easily tie in with the rest of your decor.
Leaning ladders are good no matter what size your dwelling but perhaps the best part of this particular one is that it’s expandable, so you can get just the size you need. (Pssst: one of our favorite uses for these are to hang blankets.)
Part table, part storage, a trunk is a no-brainer for a small apartment or home. This one comes in a few different sizes, shapes and a plethora of colors.
When you’re working with minimal square footage (and surface area), utilizing spaces like your doors are crucial to stretching storage. Which is why this over-the-door organizer for jewelry and maybe even some beauty products is so great. Plus, it looks pretty good, too.
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