A mesh shower caddy is an awesome type of caddy for a college student to use in the dorm room. Students use shower caddies to carry everything that they need for a shower in one convenient place. For young men, the Classic Leather Toiletry Bag made by Pottery Barn is a great choice. We have compiled our list of must-have dorm essentials to take to college! What you need: towels + washcloths, shower caddy, makeup organizer, robe + slippers, shower shoes or flip flops, beauty appliances + tools, desktop mirror and laundry bags.
No one wants a shampoo-stealing rookie, so this shower caddy both practical AND adorable. Add some pizazz to your bedding with these playful pillow covers from Pottery Barn teen. Or, for smaller dorm rooms, Pottery Barn Teen has some great beanbags, such as this vibrant Suzani Printed Beanbag:. Then: The shower caddy holding my shampoo, toothpaste and brush, and other toiletries was a simple wire caddy:. How about an iChair 2 from Pottery Barn Teen for 600? A shower caddy is right up there with flip-flops on the list of bathroom essentials.
When you’re living in a dorm room, your shower caddy is your livelihood. Here’s what to pack for your dorm shower caddy. What kind of shower caddies are used these days? MidwestParent – Isn’t the College07 stuff tooo cute?? We bought mesh storage baskets and plastic makeup drawers in the pink/khaki combination too. ldgirl bought herself a new twin-size duvet from Pottery Barn and the Target College 07 accessories goes amazingly well with it. Idmom06 – Yes, Target has figured out the college dorm market and does it exceptionally well! ShopWiki has 92 results for Dorm Shower Caddy, including Dorm Shower Caddy, Hanging Dorm Shower Caddy – Blue, Sorbet Spots Dorm Room Shower Caddy, and INNOVATIVE HOME. Shop Pottery Barn for a wide selection of bath accessories, bath accessory sets and bathtub caddies.
Contrary to what Pottery Barn Teen tells you, you do NOT need to bring your own desk, desk chair, and in-bed reading light. Depending on if you have your own shower or not, you may not need a robe, shower caddy, and flip-flops. Forget every doom room ad you’ve ever seen on Pottery Barn, Pinterest, or Seventeen. While we’re on the subject, remember to guard your shower caddy as if it was your firstborn son.