|The top of my bookshelf.|
For me, the majority of my Disney stuff is on top of my bookshelf, as seen in the picture above. I have my Minnie ears, my Disney picture frame (featuring James and I with Belle), my two Vinylmation figures, and the lucky owls I got from Mitsukoshi in the Japan pavilion. (The turtle is from Jamaica and not related to Disney, but it's still cute!) This version of decorating Disney is understated and subtle, though any other fan would certainly spot me out as a fellow Disney lover.
On the other hand, the next time I go back to my house (I live in an on campus apartment during school, but I still live at home when school's not in session), I plan on bringing my park maps back to school with me. I want to put them up on the wall with my other posters, as an homage to the most magical place on earth. That form of decorating Disney is a bit more obvious, but there's nothing wrong with that.
In the kitchen, you can decorate Disney with various cookware, silverware, and plates with Mickeys on them, and in the bathroom, you can get Disney-themed towels. There are also all sorts of collectible figures that you can put anywhere in your home to make the room a little more festive or magical. With so many ways to decorate Disney, the only real factors are how subtle you want to be and how much money you're willing to spend!
How do you decorate Disney, whether you're a college student or not? Do you prefer understated or more obvious decor? Do you not decorate Disney at all, even if you're a big fan? Let me know in a comment, a tweet (@discollegeblog), or on Facebook!