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Hi I’m going to uni next year and I was just wondering what sort of things people to do decorate their rooms as I don’t want to appear really extra.
Do you know if people put frames up if they can find a way to do so without damaging the walls?
Also finally a bit unrelated but what sort of pyjamas do both boys and girls wear around halls during the night?
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Hi I’m going to uni next year and I was just wondering what sort of things people to do decorate their rooms as I don’t want to appear really extra.
Do you know if people put frames up if they can find a way to do so without damaging the walls?
Also finally a bit unrelated but what sort of pyjamas do both boys and girls wear around halls during the night?
you can get stick on dots for walls that aren't as bad as blutack . As long as you don't walk round naked or barely dressed, just wear whatever you like its your home after all.
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Surely if you are leaving your room you should be dressed? Or at least have a dressing gown.
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Surely if you are leaving your room you should be dressed? Or at least have a dressing gown.
But say you need to go toilet or something or a fire alarm? So it’s a big no no to walk in the corridor in pyjamas?
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Hi I’m going to uni next year and I was just wondering what sort of things people to do decorate their rooms as I don’t want to appear really extra.
Do you know if people put frames up if they can find a way to do so without damaging the walls?
Also finally a bit unrelated but what sort of pyjamas do both boys and girls wear around halls during the night?
Generally it's best to avoid sticking anything to the painted walls of halls rooms, as blue tack and command strips can cause paint removal/grease marks even if you're really careful when removing them. You'll get a pin board to use, so I would recommend just using that.

People tend to wear dressing gowns when they leave their rooms at night, or put hoodies/jumpers over their pyjamas.
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(Original post by rachelgehler)
Hi I’m going to uni next year and I was just wondering what sort of things people to do decorate their rooms as I don’t want to appear really extra.
Do you know if people put frames up if they can find a way to do so without damaging the walls?
Also finally a bit unrelated but what sort of pyjamas do both boys and girls wear around halls during the night?
Hi,

Here at The Shield, we allow our students to hang things using command strips. They are quite cheap and use velcro to attach frames etc to your wall which leaves no damage. A lot of our students buy soft furnishings like blankets, throws, rugs, cushions and then cover their room in fairy lights! If you have a pin board (you'll find they don't often come in nice colours), you can cover it with a sheet of coloured material so you can make the space your own.

We can only speak for our students, but they wear anything that is comfortable! Whether that be PJ's, their partners clothing or joggers and hoodies - as long as its comfortable, they will wear it around the halls.

Hope this helps!

Christy
The Shield Student Accommodation - Newcastle
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