Hello! If you’re reading this, then i’ll probably be in Salatiga, Central Java, for a Ramadhan camp. That, and no access to the cyberspace. So chances are, i’m whether busy finger painting with kids, entangled in the middle of French-accented English conversation with my new friends, or snapping my camera to almost everything i could find. Fortunately, i managed to schedule a post in order to get to you, despite of my departure.
I know that i’ve been away for a little too long, and i know that it’s not a good thing if i really want this blog to grow bigger. But i’m not making any excuses this time. I just need to remind myself from time to time that maintaining a blog needs commitment, and girl! you better get committed to it! Okay now, i’m not sure if anyone would actually read this, sooo… let’s just get straight to the point!
Usually, we’re not allowed to paint or to make holes in the wall of our dorms. It makes decorating rather tricky. But no worries, here are some tricks :
- Using some post-it, make your very own wall art, like the very simple heart shaped wall art below.
as faux headboard slash wall art frame (via: instagram)
I’ve seen this trick everywhere in dorm decorating department. One of my friend has already done this. Her room turns out really good, and i really like the idea of it. My roommate and i had discussed about re-decorating our room for several times, and have agreed that icicle light is definitely a yes (… the way i say it makes it sounds serious…). Of course, not only the light itself is very cheap and can instantly give our room several notch up, but there are also soooooooo many possibilities on how to arrange those pretty little things. Here are some of my inspirations. Enjoy! Continue reading
Entering the fourth semester, I’ve been living in my current dorm room for about a year. Six months ago, my roommate moved in, and we’ve been sharing the room ever since.
Our room has everything we need. It’s big enough for the two of us and all of our stuffs. It’s even big enough for our friends who wants to come over and hang out. Not to mention that it’s also very comfortable. We don’t mind spending all day just laying in our beds when crazy hectic days have passed, or simply hiding from cruel Depok sun light.
It’s also so strategically placed. Locating very close to the campus and the main street, it is also surrounded by a lot of food stalls, laundry services, internet rentals, stationary stores, etc. (you name everything a university student might ever need). Oh, did I mention that all of the prices are student friendly too?