Bob Vila’s Terri Williams highlights several essentials for heading back to school, including Cariloha bamboo sheets, in her her article, “Dorm Room Essentials Every College Student Needs: Our Top Picks.” She talks about how Cariloha sheets offer everything college students want, along with being a sustainable resource. Bob Vila is an authority on tried, true, trustworthy home advice and receives more than 1.6 million unique monthly visitors.
Dorm Room Essentials Every College Student Needs: Our Top Picks
By Terri Williams
Unfortunately, you can’t just pick up your home and move it to college. Stocking your new digs with these essentials will make your dorm feel (almost) like home.
Dorm Decor That Does Double Duty
Millions of college students are heading off (or back) to college. Some are moving into dorm rooms, while others will be living off campus. But they’re all probably trying to figure out what to bring and how to organize small spaces. “I tell families to think of multifunctional and minimalist items that can fill several purposes,” says Amy Tokos, president of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals and a mother of four. “Consider what is really necessary since whatever you bring in the fall will also need to be packed up and removed in the spring.”
These are some of the items we recommend bringing to your dorm room or apartment to create a safe, comfortable, and functional space.
These Cariloha Resort bamboo sheets offer everything college students want. They’re twice as soft as cotton, 3 degrees cooler than cotton, and odor resistant. Even better for the eco-conscious, bamboo is a sustainable resource.
The sateen finish makes the sheets ultra soft, and they’re also moisture wicking and thermal regulating, making them ideal for every season of the year. The sheets are available in a variety of colors, including Blue Lagoon, Blush, Coconut Milk, Harbor Gray, Ocean Mist, Onyx, Stone, and White. It’s no surprise that they’re on our list of the best bamboo sheets. Available on Cariloha.com.
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