Here is a before and after photo of my very first interior design project --- facade. ;)
The size of the toilet and bath is only 4.9 sq.m and to make it appear bigger, I used a horizontally installed 20 cm x 40 cm tiles in white. Also, I designed a built-in mirror-finished closet cabinet.
But hoooray for my very first interior design project! Finishing this design project on time and working on this is bitter sweet but I am just extremely grateful and happy to be able to finish on time and graduate. If you'll ask me if I'm happy with the outcome, to be honest, I don't know. My original design plan wasn't followed. A lot of changes and adjustments happened in the process mostly because this project started with a "bahala ka na kasi ikaw designer" from the client but became a "I want this and that, and follow whatever I want" kind of project. The thing is, my client was my grandmother and my thesis/practicum adviser and professors always say that the toughest client you'll have would be your parents and/or relatives. True enough, it was hard for me to work on this and contradict what my grandmother wants for the room. I mean, if it's someone I am not related to, it would be easier for me to argue and fight for what is right in terms of the design. I have shed buckets and buckets of tears for this interior design project But I swear I learned a lot from this interior design project and I think the University of Santo Tomas has done its job very well. Thank you my alma mater. :)
What matters most is that my client is happy with her new room! :">