The Best Dorm Bedding Under $100


When shopping for college dorm gear, the venture can get a bit overwhelming. With all those packing lists and expectations, before you know it, your dorm tab adds up and up. When it comes to one of the most expensive room items – bedding – there are endless options for every dorm trendsetter. So, we helped and found the best dorm bedding under $100!

Boho

The bohemian stylista will love these subtly colored bed spreads. This bedding shows off your cool, laid back side. This just proves you can find boho-chic accessories for frugally-fabulous prices.

  

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Preppy

The preppster in you values all things clean cut. These preppy spreads add color to even the dullest dorm walls. Mix in a cute pattern and a monogram, and you’re good to go.

 

Minimalist

These minimalist bed spreads are great for freshmen, who haven’t coordinated with their roomie about potential room decor just yet. They’re simple, but get the job done nonetheless.

   

  

 Nautical

The nautical look is always a classic – stripes and anchors, galore! They bring a little bit of summer to any season. Plus, colors in the blue family are said to be the most soothing (this might come in handy during exams, when your bed becomes your sacred space).

Girly

A girly spread adds just the right amount of feminine appeal to any room. These dorm bedding options bring a level of maturity, while maintaining that young, innocent vibe. You can’t beat flowers all year round!

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 For The Guys

Listen up, guys – don’t think you have to miss out on the dorm decor fun. Check out these more masculine choices, if that’s your thing. These subtly decorative bed spreads are perfect for that put together college guy vibe.

    

 

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Do you have any other dorm bedding ideas for these different styles? Share in the comments below!

*This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own!

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Abagail Sullivan

Abagail is an editor at Society19. She is a graduate from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.

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