Hello friends this blog post will be about my accommodation and my room enjoy .
Choosing the right accommodation
Back in February before the virus I went to an open day so I could visit my university. Right away I knew I wanted to live in a hall of residence so I took a tour of the possible accommodations I could live in.
I am currently living in a private hall of residence on campus, my accommodation is only 30 seconds away from the university, which means it is easy to get to and from lectures. The city centre is a 5-minute walk, and the centre of campus is less than 30 seconds, so you really get the best of both worlds. The room sizes are spacious, and all the staff are friendly. I live in an en sutite flat which means my room comes with a bedroom a bathroom and a shared kitchen
The above photo shows the entryway of my suite (i.e. what it looked like as soon as I entered the main door). Having a suite also means that I had two keys: one to let me in the building and one for my room.
The kitchen area
The photos above are the kitchen area of my accommodation as I mentioned before my kitchen is a shared kitchen which means it has a lot of space for everybody in fact some of the cupboards are still empty. the kitchen came with the basics a microwave, a kettle, a fridge. It came with an iron, a toaster and a fridge it also came with a hoover and other cleaning supplies.
Let the room tour begin
As I prepared to move to college, I loved reading other bloggers’ posts on what their dorm rooms looked like, I also enjoyed watching tiktoks YouTube videos, and Pinterest boards for finding inspiration. I spent a lot of time and energy in my bedroom because my room is basically my home and my sanctuary. Click here for information about my room
The desk area
As a university student investing in my room/desk area really helped me have a smooth comfortable day. Find out more here
The photo below shows the interior on my bathroom, my bathroom is on the left-hand side of the room it’s the first thing you see when you walk in if the door isn’t closed. My bathroom came with the obvious things ( i.e a sh)