SERENDIPITY // My first Ever Interior Design Project


Presenting... my Interior Design thesis practicum for a.y. 2014-2015 second semester! :) woohooo!

The client’s hometown serves as the inspiration for this bedroom. Similar to the Jaranilla’s Iligan residence, the room has valuable sensations that will make the place a little more personal than usual. I wanted this area to be a reflection of the owner’s character which will then be used for sleeping, relaxing, and doing daily activities and hobbies.

SERENDIPITY: Architectural and Interior Design Construction Phase


You're probably aware that I finally graduated and got my BS Interior Design degree a few months ago, and I now have a job. But I still haven't posted my very first interior design project nor my graduation ceremony (backlog queen). So I figured to post it now before I start posting new designs here on my blog. But before I show you the finished design, I'll start with the construction phase of my thesis practicum project.

The University of Santo Tomas' final requirement for the BS Interior Design graduating student is working on a real design project. After passing thesis, the very last requirement is the practicum project. Usually, the student just have to find a client who's willing to let her work on their space, all expenses paid by the said client. The whole interior design project is under a time frame - just one semester (approximately 4 months) to finish everything or else there's no graduation for her. As for my case, however, the architectural structure was also squeezed in in the time frame.

It was very stressful, though less stressful than the thesis study, and I had shed so many tears on this. But I must say, it was a wonderful and fun experience to have a taste of what's in store for me in the real world. I had a very, very complicated client and so many changes happened that I learned how to adjust the design (and also fight for what's right. haha. ---for the proper layout and design that is). And I also learned how to supervise a construction team. The whole experience was fun and I learned so much. I seriously love my University for training me to the extent. :)

I finished on time (alleluia!) and I am very proud to exclaim that I got a grade of flat 1 (wooohooo) for this interior design project! :">

5 Amazing Interior Design Tricks

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If you want to revamp a room, it might seem a little difficult. Never fear, though, there are many ways in which you can make a room look incredible without much work. What I have found when it comes to my interior design projects is that it is easier than you might imagine. When you get started, you will see that you can do it. Here are some easy tricks that you should try.

Interior Design Tips: Create A Cozy Bedroom Space

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{Original photo via  tec_estromberg}

It may feel like summer is only just ending, but before you know it, winter will be rearing its head once again. If you want to prepare your room for the cold season, there has never been a better time to do so. As you know, when the seasons change so do the interior design trends. There are many ultra-cool things you can do that will make your room look cozy and comfortable. Are you ready to get started? Here are some of my latest interior design tips to help you along the way.