Transcript for From Dreary Dorm to Stylish Digs
So many heading off to college over the weekend. We want to let you in on a new trend. Over-the-top dorm room decorating. Bianna golodryga has more. ♪ Reporter: Gone are the days when college dorm rooms were the PLACE T CATCH SOME Zs OR STUDY Between classes. Now, college students want their rooms to feel a lot more like home. McKENZIE IS THE ELDEST OF FOUR Daughter and the first off to college. Nervous about leaving home and missing the familiarity of her room, her mother looked into creating a more homey dorm room. I wanted something different. Reporter: You didn't want the tradition dorm room? No. Reporter: They found a company called decor 2 your door. They can deck out your dorm room with wall art, chandeliers. Do you find it surprising girls want to go all out? I'm surprised. That I have had this business, it keeps stepping up and up. This is a tremendous year for us. Reporter: They spent $2500 for McKenzie's room. Why do you thing it's worth it? We started out just making her room something comfortable for her. Making friends she knew was not going to be as hard. Feeling like at home and her room was going to be her difficult part. Reporter: I'm digging the chandelier. Yeah. Reporter: Her roommates, morgan and megan shelled out big bucks for matching decor. Do you thing you have the best room here? I would say so, yeah. Reporter: Why invest in a place you're going to stay for just a few months? The more comfortable the environment, the more comfortable you're going to be. Reporter: The finished look. The dull white walls and wooden furniture barely recognizable. It's going to be an open environment here? You going welcome other students as well? We'll keep our door open. Reporter: For "good morning america," bianna golodryga, abc news, new york. They did a fantastic job. You can see other photos at goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo!.
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