12 Bedding Sets Perfect For Your Dorm Room — and Yes, They'll Fit That XL Twin Bed

All dorm rooms are pretty much the same. You have a desk, dresser, bed, and a bathroom if you're a Rockefeller or something. There are plenty of ways to dress it up, from DIYs to wall decor (to DIY wall decor!), but the easiest way to personalize the space is with some cool bedding.

A nice comforter can dress up your (teeny tiny) room and make it feel like (a teeny tiny) home. Most dorm beds are a twin XL (why??) so you'll want your sheets to be that size, but your comforter can be a twin XL, full, or queen size. Obviously this pizza comforter is the ultimate in dorm bedding, but I gathered a handful of other cool ones you will enjoy.

twin xl dot bedding

Polka dots are a classic and this dot bedding, which comes in Twin XL, is kind of perfect if you want to keep it simple.

Dot bedding, $27, pbteen.com

twin xl jersey sheet set

Before you write these sheets off as boring, just hear me out. I highly recommend these sheets. Keep in mind I know very little about thread count and material, I just have these on my own bed and they’re great.

Twin XL jersey sheet set, $20, target.com

chevron twin xl quilt set

This set is in the size you need, affordable, and obviously cute. Do it!

Chevron 4pc Quilt set, $90, jcpenney.com

floral reversible duvet cover

This pretty floral duvet cover is reversible, which means you can change up the decor as often as you like (that does not mean you can skimp on washing it though). It comes in twin XL and full size!

Floral reversible duvet cover, $79, victoriassecret.com

embroidered duvet

I’m so in love with this embroidered duvet. The red adds a lot of great energy to the space, and the embroidery is magical.

Embroidered duvet, $198, anthropoloige.com

pom pom fringe duvet cover

This simple duvet is lined with the cutest rainbow fringe — it’ll add some personality without being too loud for your roommate’s taste.

Pom pom fringe duvet cover, $89+, urbanoutfitters.com

meadow dusk duvet cover

This duvet pattern is sweet and a little more grown up than the others. But you’re in college now — it’s the perfect time to add some maturity to your space.

Meadow dusk duvet cover, $228, anthropologie.com

reversible duvet cover

This duvet just screams fun, and the reversible pattern means that, unlike picking a major, you don’t have to completely to commit to one or the other.

Reversible duvet cover, $79, victoriassecret.com

geo comforter

Can’t pick a favorite pattern or color? Then this geo comforter is perfect for you.

Geo comforter, $139, urbanoutfitters.com

creature hideaway quilt

Now you can hide from the exams with this hideaway quilt.

Creature hideaway quilt, $168, anthropologie.com

karagraph comforter set

Affordable and adorable, what more could you want in a comforter set?

Karagraph comforter set, $24, target.com

stripe duvet cover

Obviously this duvet cover is the coolest, but I’m also pretty sure it’s the same one Abbi has on Broad City. Awesome, right? Also it comes in Twin XL, so go order it already!

Stripe duvet cover, $79, urbanoutfitters.com