Off To College This Fall? Don’t Forget To Pack Your Bunk Curtains!
So you’ve got your acceptance letter and you are off to an institution of higher education in the fall. Congratulations! Time to make a list of necessary items such as: backpack, laptop, shower shoes, and curtain tracks. Yep. Curtain Tracks. You may love your roommate(s), and really get into the communal living aspect of college life for a while, but we are betting that at some point you will find yourself wanting to be alone. This is not an easy task on campus. You can hit the library or coffee shop, but these are not good places for napping, or blocking out the world. You will need to create some privacy, and this can be done using bunk curtains.
CREATE YOUR SPACE
Any of our ceiling-mounted curtain tracks can help you transform your space into your space. They can be installed directly into the ceiling, with clamps on a drop ceiling, or in the frame of a bunk bed to cover the bottom bunk. The 6100 Flexible Curtain Track is fairly easy to install with the right drapery hardware, and can be bent by hand as needed. You can create a virtual wall just around your bed, loft, or bunk, and we have just the right curtains for this job: our Bunk Bed Privacy Curtains. Hop in your bed, pull the bunk curtain shut, and you have an oasis of privacy. Granted, it’s a small oasis. It is a Japanese capsule hotel-sized oasis, but it will allow you to sleep while your roommate is studying, change when there are visitors in the room, or study in a space where you won’t be disturbed.
Need more space? Our Eclipse-fabric curtain panels come in multiple lengths and our ceiling-mounted curtain tracks can be installed almost anywhere. You can divide off a section of the room, put a curtain just around your desk, or create a closet door if you don’t have one.
MAKE IT YOURS
Of course, any self-respecting college student is not solely interested in function. Style has to come into consideration. Eclipse panels come in multiple colors, and the sky is the limit with decorative curtains, either of which will allow you to add color and texture to a drab dorm room. Let your creative juices flow!