On Campus: 5 Stylish Sorority Houses

On Campus: 5 Stylish Sorority Houses

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Taryn Williford
Aug 28, 2015
(Image credit: Laurey W. Glenn)

College isn't exactly a period of life that most people associate with elegant furnishings and impeccable style. But if you're one of the lucky ladies who gets to call these sorority houses home, campus living has never looked better.

(Image credit: Laurey W. Glenn)

Kappa Kappa Gamma at the University of Arkansas

At the top of the post and just above, the Arkansas KKΓ house recently underwent a major expansion and is now filled with florals, elegant vases and other symbols of Southern decadence. See more on Southern Living.

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Pi Beta Phi at the University of Alabama

A good mix of traditional furnishings with a few modern touches thrown in for good measure. See more on Lampada's website or Houzz.

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Alpha Delta Pi at the University of North Texas

A girly home, with lots of pattern play and clever solutions (that wall cabinet above hides the TV in the house's sitting room whenever they have formal events). See more on Studio Ten 25's website/blog and Seventeen magazine.

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Delta Delta Delta at the University of Tennessee

The rest of the house is lovely, but this sitting room above takes the cake with those punchy pansy prints. See more from Destination Designs.

(Image credit: Marie Flanigan)

Delta Gamma at the University of Houston

The ladies at the ΔΓ house worked with a designer to create a living room with lots of flexible seating (everything, even the sofa, is on rollers) for the sorority's many members at chapter meetings each week. See more from Marie Flanigan Interiors or read about the design process on the Houston Chronicle.

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