University Of Mississippi Freshman's Dorm Room Makeover Is Fierce AF 🔥
Photo by Latonia Davis-Johnson/Facebook

It's about time to head back to school, and don't we all want to go in style? Rising freshman, Alanis Johnson, will give you a run for your money with her fierce dorm room redeocration.


Johnson is gearing up for her first year at the University of Mississippi, and she arrived to a dorm room looking like this:


Unsurprising for a dorm room, but still not appealing. Ole Miss (aka the University of Mississippi) was not ready for her.

She went from the above basic dorm room to this:


And this:


And most impressive, this:


Whoa! Most New Yorkers don't even have apartments like this.



Also, for scale, here's Johnson standing next to her bed.

LOOK HOW BIG IT IS!!!!


"Alanis is starting off in glam and comfort at the University of Mississippi! HOTTY TODDY!!" said her mother, Latonia Davis-Johnson.

Hotty Toddy indeed.








Alanis might want to look into a career in interior design, considering she managed to turn her basic, kind of depressing dorm room into a palace. But also, we want to pick her brain about some things. Mainly....how did she fit all that stuff in a car?

Also....can we come over and hang sometime, Alanis?

H/T: Essence, Facebook

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