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There is something quaint about the average college apartment, filled with an eclectic mix of hand-me-down dishes, thrifted decor, and second- (or third-) hand pieces of furniture. Once you’ve graduated, however, it’s probably about time to

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Have you ever been invited to hang out at a friend’s off-campus apartment only to find no furniture to sit on? Or even worse, they have a sofa that is a little too “well-loved”? Wait, was that a bug?!


From all-nighters at your desk to movie marathons on the sofa with your roommates, you spend a considerable amount of time in your apartment. The right student furniture can make a massive difference in creating a comfortable and functional living space. Keep reading to learn more about the furniture pieces that will turn your apartment into a cozy home base for you and your roommates!

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It sounds like an old country western song: every day feels the same, and you want to change your name and move to a new city. But it’s not a song. It’s your day-to-day life!


Whether your job feels like a dead-end, you’ve lost your love for the city you’re living in, or a relationship recently ended, one thing is clear: You’re ready for a new chapter in your life. If you think, “I feel stuck in life,” you’re not alone. A 2021 study by Oracle surveyed more than 14,000 people, revealing that 76% reported feeling stuck in their personal lives, while 27% reported feeling trapped in the same routine. Remember that this is a temporary period in your life, though!


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