When you live in a dorm room, you need to find creative ways to make the space your own. There are certain items everyone uses, but you want to be a little different. One way to do this is with the dorm door white whiteboard. You will see these on virtually every dorm door in America. Guys and girls both use these. They are not only a source of individuality, but they allow for communication and fun. For example, friends who stop by to visit can leave a note. You can let your roommate know when you’ll be back. For another fun twist, we post weekly polls on ours. It’s interactive fun for the whole dorm. No matter how they plan to use it, all college students need them. You can have one on your door, or one per student. You could use additional ones inside the room for your notes, or to communicate just with your roommate. Any way you look at it, it’s a necessity. It’s also a fun, inexpensive gift. I looked on Amazon and found some really great creative variations. Not only will they spark conversation, they are useful and thoughtful gifts that will have the recipients thinking of you for years to come.
This three-foot stick-on option might be my favorite. It’s an iconic London phonebooth that often appears for Superman’s quick changes in old movies. Not only is it fun and funky, there is a ton of writing space. At $14, this would be a great gift!
If you like the door length size, but prefer plain white to decorate yourself, here is another good option. This reusable wall sized board sheet is only $11.
Or maybe you’d like something simpler like this. It has the added feature of a cork board for additional notes, menus, or papers. It is also reasonably priced at $12.
Also, if this is a gift, don’t forget the fun accessories. There are fun colored dry erase markers, magnets and push pins if you opt for the cork board. It’s a really fun reasonably priced gift for the holidays or graduation!
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