Good Dorm Room Furniture
Whether your dorm room is your own or it is shared with roommates, it is your place on campus to study, sleep, eat and relax. Make your dorm room a comfortable haven to enjoy hanging out in by using good dorm room furniture. Good dorm room furniture doesn’t have to include a duct-taped beanbag chair and a dozen “borrowed” milk crates anymore. Dorm room furniture in general needs to be compact, multi-functional and damage-resistant, but that doesn’t mean it cannot express a student’s individual tastes and style. One of the most essential pieces of dorm room furniture is a corner computer desk. The corner of a room is often one of the most difficult areas to fill, and the standard desk provided by the school may not be optimally designed for computer use. A corner computer workstation would provide an organized area for a PC and all of its peripherals, plus some storage space for paper supplies and books. By using a corner space as a computer workstation, the rest of the floor space can be used for other dorm room furniture.
Another good piece of dorm room furniture to consider is a video or gamers’ chair. This type of legless chair is designed to provide support while playing video games or watching movies on a DVD or VCR. It has foam padding for comfort and a curved design for rocking. Although sitting in such a chair may take some adjustment, it does provide much more lumbar support and stability than the traditional beanbag chair. A gamers’ chair takes up less space than a beanbag chair as well.