Primark - Dressing The Dorm
Accessory addicts beware, we’re about to throw a collection of homeware goods your way that are too good to resist, so lace up your shopping shoes or look away now. Whether you’re heading for halls as a university student this September, or simply looking for a bedroom refresh, we’re dressing our dorms with the key accessory trends of the season. From wall art and cushions, to cheeky French Bulldogs, prepare for our most stylish study lesson yet – shopaholics, we warned you.
A new home is the perfect excuse to get your Primark shopping spree on. With these accessory prices starting at just £1.50 (no, your eyes don’t deceive you), you can have sparkling new interiors without breaking the bank. First up on our dorm room décor trip, we’re hitting up the cushion aisle for necessary nap resources. Prime napping time is between 1pm-3pm (or all three hours #guilty), you’ll find everyone else too busy studying to realise you’re MIA. Lock that dorm room door and snuggle into our plush cushions – remember the snuggle is real.
Hmm, to shop, or to study? Well, with wall art continuing as a key trend for home interiors this season, and with our collection starting from only £1.50, we know which we’ll choose… Since organisation is vital studious shoppers, you have the perfect excuse to pick up an adorable memo chalkboard. Or, if your revision sessions are lacking inspiration, scatter some positive signage across the walls with our slogan plaques!
Whether your cuppa of choice is a strong, black coffee or a herbal tea, a statement mug will serve up your beverage in style. But the interior accents don’t stop there… Last on our checklist of accessory essentials is a bright and bold candle collection, from cactus shaped votives, to screw-top jars. Sweet and spicy scents will refresh your room in an instant, so stock up messy roomies. These fabulous furnishings are just a fraction of what’s in store, so come on in and prepare for your most stylish back-to-school September yet!
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