5 Ways to Redecorate Your Dorm or Apartment With Cork
College can be a hectic time for students around the nation. While hitting the books might not be on your list of top things to do, dorm or apartment decorating is often a favorite activity for college students. Luckily, there are always opportunities to implement fresh decorating ideas that reflect your personality. If cork is on your list of redecorating must-haves, then these 5 projects to amp up your dorm or apartment with cork are for you!
1. Fabric Cork Bulletin Board
Nothing says "welcome to my room" like a cork bulletin board covered in your favorite fabric! Fabulous and functional, your fabric covered cork board becomes a great place to post photos, reminders, and anything else you can think of. Make your own today.
2. Cork Calendar
Use free wall space to hang a cork calendar and keep track of monthly assignments, school events, and exams. A great way to stay organized, you'll never forget when that grueling term paper is due or when the championship football game is taking place.
3. Interactive Cork Travel Map
For documenting all of your trips, try this cork travel map. From spring break beach weekends to educational class trips, you and your friends can place pins on all the places you've been, creating a unique way to reminisce about your travels and make plans for future journeys.
4. Wine Cork Necklace Organizer
Need a creative way to store your jewelry that doesn't require a lot of space? Then give this wine cork necklace organizer a try. With a bit of glue, ribbon, glass eye hooks, and cork stoppers, you can easily store your jewelry in a tangle-free way.
5. Painted Cork Circle Memo Boards
Not a lot of wall space to work with? No problem! Paint your own cork circle memo boards for above your desk. Efficient and stylish—without taking up a lot of room—these mini memo boards are a perfect place to pin reminders, leave notes for your roomates, or keep track of notes you don't want to lose. Use this tricolor bulletin board design guide create your own.
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