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Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

There’s no better way to express your love for your favorite country-turned-pop singer when you’re away at college than decorating your dorm room! Maybe your favorite album is Debut, so you want to opt for a more southern, country style. Or you may be a fan of Reputation and are looking to incorporate reptile-like detail along with your all-black aesthetic. Either way, you can find new fun, and unique ways to incorporate your favorite eras into your dorm this year.

No matter your favorite Taylor Swift era, there is so much Taylor Swift decor that you can include in your room to pay homage to your favorite era. 

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Debut

Your dorm room is a perfect space to express yourself and your interests. But you don’t have to get a few simple decor pieces and stop there. You want your dorm to be a place that brings you peace and happiness. 

Taylor’s first album of the same name is perfect to match your vibes if you’re looking for a bit of comfort mixed with subtle country. Especially if you’re into country music and want a room that gives off the country vibes of someone living in a small town. This album screams country music about small-town romance, making greens, baby blues, and whites the perfect colors to incorporate in your room if you want to pay homage to the singer’s first and only fully country album. 

A bedroom full of blues and whites next to a wall collage of neon blue and pink pictures.
Having blue and white bedsheets is a simple, yet creative way to incorporate Debut into your decor. Picture courtesy of Dormify.

This album is all about expressing who you are and the feelings you felt when you were a teenager. This innocent feeling can easily be expressed through your decor, specifically bits and pieces to put on your bed. You can opt for a sage green tassel pillow to add a little color to your bed or something subtle yet sweet like a pastel blue throw blanket. Your bed is usually the first thing that people notice when they walk into your room, so having all of the colors shown on the album cover is a perfect, yet simple way to express your love for the country album. 

Fearless

Fearless is full of lighthearted songs about love and finding yourself, but there are a few heartbreak anthems here and there. A subtle yellow color is such a simple, yet eye-catching way to capture optimism and youth. 

 Bed with white and yellow bedspread next to a bedside table.
This comforter set is a simple, yet sweet way to incorporate the yellow from “Fearless” into your room. Photo courtesy of Dormify.

Any shade of yellow or a yellow-patterned design, even if it’s something with a simple wavy daisy pattern (pictured above) is a great way to incorporate subtle hints of yellow, while sticking to the aesthetic of the Fearless era. Maybe something solid yellow would be more your style, so this rustic yellow blanket and pillow set would be the perfect choice. 

If you aren’t a fan of pale yellows but still want to give hints about your favorite era while decorating your room, a yellow removable wallpaper is another way to revamp your room. This not only makes your room brighter but gives the feel of comfort and softness, perfectly capturing the vibes of the era. 

Speak Now

This era is home to whimsical, enchanting vibes that express first love and heartbreak. Because this album cover is full of different shades of purple, any shade will do in expressing your love for the album. It's all about finding love and living in fairy tales. This can be expressed through floral decals and butterfly wall hangings.

This flower-shaped accent rug gives a whimsical, fun-loving vibe to match your favorite era. Photo courtesy Dormify.

This era is all about honesty and capturing your true authentic self. If you’re a fan of purple, this is the era for you! A purple chunky knit throw blanket to go over a new purple duvet is a simple, yet elegant way to explore your princess aesthetic. 

Red

Expressing yourself through your decor is one of many ways that can make coming back to your dorm room after a long day of classes more enjoyable. This is where you’ll spend a lot of time, so you really want to try to make it feel as homey as possible. This era’s aesthetic can help you do just that!

Anything red is perfect to encapsulate the Red era. As this color is also associated with autumn, it is perfect to use as room inspiration for the new school. Not only that, the color as well as the album symbolizes courage, passion, and anger. All feelings that can be expressed through various shades of red. 

 Pillow in the shape of red lips.
This lip-shaped pillow is the perfect way to encapsulate the “Red” vibes. Photo courtesy of Dormify

Anything from bright red lip pillow to a neon red heart sign, the Red era is a perfect chic way to explore a mosaic of different shades of red through bright decor that will be sure to capture the era of heartbreak and passion.

1989

With the release date of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) coming out in a little over a month, you may be finding yourself wondering what to spruce up your room a bit. Whether it be pastel blues or bright reds, you want something that reminds you of your favorite songs. 

This era is dedicated to neon colors and upbeat music. Both vibes can easily be showcased in your dorm room. All you need to determine is what kind of decor you’re looking for! 

 Red pillow with lyrics from Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” on it. 
You can’t go wrong with a throw pillow! Photo courtesy of Dormify

Whether it be something bright red that has some of the most iconic lines from one of her most popular lead singles, or a white studded headboard that perfectly resembles one of the outfits she wore for the 1989 tour, this era can be expressed through a variety of colors. 

It’s important to remember that this album is all about rebirth and discovering who you are. There’s nothing better to fully capture that vibe than a New York City blanket that reminds you of one of the most upbeat songs on the album that makes you want to simultaneously get up and dance as well as belt your heart out.

Reputation

What screams Reputation more than snakeskin wallpaper? This era is home to the vibes of leather jackets and snakeskin galore. 

If your favorite era is reputation, then there’s no doubt you’re looking for the darkest, most chic-looking decor imaginable. This era of inspiration allows you to experiment more with your dark side, all while keeping a chic and edgy look to your room. A simple way to do that is through posters, whether it be a chic black and silver disco ball print or a poster with your favorite lyrics on it, there are ways to shred your good-girl vibes and embrace something new.

A poster with lyrics to “Getaway Car” by Taylor Swift.
A pink poster displaying your favorite lyrics from the album can add a pop of color all while keeping the theme. Photo courtesy of Dormify.

If you’re looking to stick solely to a dark color palate, a metallic black pillow would be perfect for you. It’s sophisticated, yet edgy and will definitely be just what you need to capture the illuminating black that people associated with the era. 

Lover

Maybe you have a thing for fun, pastel colors. You can mix and match beautiful, subtle pinks, blues, and yellows for the perfect pastel look. Then the Lover era would make the perfect aesthetic for your dorm room!

If you’re looking for decor that gives all the vibes that make you want to fall in love and has your heart blooming with happiness, then you might want to opt for this era for inspiration for your room. 

 Neon sign spelling “Lover” hanging on the wall.
Show your love for your favorite album with a fun neon sign! Photo courtesy of Dormify.

Although the album is known for its pastel colors that make you feel like you’re walking through pink, fluffy clouds, you can add a little something to spice your room up that still gives the vibes of Lover. Maybe you want to go for something a little more loud. This bright neon pink love sign not only screams “Lover” but spells it out too. It’s a mixture of that bubblegum pink with hints of neon that will really make your wall pop!

This era showcases romantic vibes all around, so there’s no doubt that you would want to show them too. If that’s the case, then the pastel fur pillow is perfect for you! The pillows capture the Lover album cover perfectly and would be just the thing to pull together your fun-loving dorm room.

Folklore

Folklore radiates all things comforting, that perfectly capture the feeling of the fall and winter months. With the use of various shades of gray, this era is home to all things that radiate comfort and a home-like feeling. When you think of the album, all things cozy comes to mind: cardigans, knit sweaters, candles, and so on. So, you would want the same for any decor that you wish to buy to fit the aesthetic of nature and comfort. 

Sticking to the theme of gray, a simple gray comforter and sham set might be the perfect special touch to the beginning of your folklore inspired dorm room. It might be easier to start with a base for your desired aesthetic, only focusing on the colors of the album and then build in the decor with fun posters that pay homage to your favorite Folklore songs, such as August, “Mirrorball,” and “Seven.” 

Taylor Swift poster with a disco ball and lyrics on it.
This shiny and beautiful mirrorball poster shows complexity through its beautiful, yet deep message. Photo courtesy of Dormify.
Taylor Swift poster with the moon and saturn on it. 
If you want a poster with a nod to a loved one with simple lyricism, this is the one for you! Photo courtesy of Dormify.

Evermore

Although some argue that Evermore is considered Taylor’s “forgotten” album, we certainly didn’t forget to include all our must-haves for the album! 

The autumnal vibes that the album gives off, can easily be transferred into your own room. Like the album cover, you can incorporate different shades of brown to truly capture the Evermore look. Something as simple as a flower rug can really capture the rustic, earthy vibes of the album. 

Or, if you’re looking for wall decor of some of your favorite songs from the album, you might want to stick to the same shades of brown, by hanging up a poster or two. Anything that incorporates the rustic shades, as well as a pop of color here and there is a perfect way to encapsulate the comfy, cozy nature of the album. Maybe you want to take a different route and ditch the cozy vibes, but still, use the color palette to put a poster of your favorite song from the album on display. 

 Poster with people toasting champagne glasses. 
A lyrical poster is a fun way to have your favorite song on display. Photo courtesy of Dormify.

Midnights

If you’re looking for room decor that matches the autumnal cozy aesthetic to Midnights, you might want to opt for some dark colors such as navy blue, browns, and various shades of dark reds and purples. This album radiates comfort with a hint of shimmer and shine that can be put on display by adding wall decals for a simple yet eye-catching nod to the Midnights era. 

 Gold moon-shaped shelf with plants and books on top.
Caption: This lunar eclipse shelf adds the perfect, elegant touch to any blank wall. Photo courtesy of Dormify.

Whether you want to opt for a shelf that pays homage to your favorite time of night with a moon shaped shelf or gold star peel and stick stickers that match the color and theme of the album, both will give subtle nods to your favorite era. Sometimes a little really does go a long way! 

Navy blue and gray stars and moon stickers.
A little goes a long way with these moon and star studded decals. Photo courtesy of Dormify.

Now You Have Everything You Need for Your Taylor Swift Inspired Dorm Room!

No matter your favorite era, you can use a combination of aesthetics, colors, vibes, and decor that perfectly encapsulates your favorite album. You don’t need to narrow your room design to one era, but if you want that it’s perfectly fine too! Each era has a different theme that you can use to express yourself and your aesthetic, so finding a few staple pieces for your dorm room that captures your love of an era or few, is the perfect way to make your home away from home feel fitting to you.