View of room “from above”. Forgot to annotate that the red “bulletin board” is actually a broken long-mirror from the previous tenants.
My work corner with the built-in shelving! I love all manners of shelves and ledges and nooks. Here’s a closer look at the foam block thing in case you haven’t seen it.
The size of my room (in the UK, as a student) has progressively increased every year. History is as follows:
- First year: university accommodation, a five-bedroom house. Single bed, acceptable size room.
- Second year: three-storey, four-bedroom house near campus. Single bed on the top floor, slightly bigger than previous room.
- Third year: two-storey, five-bedroom house further down the hill from campus. Double bed on the ground floor, very roomy room.
- Fourth year (and inshaAllah fifth year): three-storey (not including unfurnished basement), six-bedroom house near town centre. Double bed on the ground floor, roomiest room ever, alhamdulillah! (All the rooms in this house are roomy.)
Seriously, a roomy room is just one of the many pluses of living off-campus.
I don’t really have much else to say, so byeee! Peace!