Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Back to School.

Great news, I'm going to Grad School for Interior Design this fall (part time)!!!! It has taken me a long time to decide to go back to school, as I have debated whether I really need school vs. can't I just develop my eye for design and bypass school? Now it seemed like a no brainer: My work will pay and while we live in Tallahassee I might as well study what I know I already love.

Do students wear backpacks still? I used to love a good backpack and below are some options I available on etsy.

(Photo 1, 2, 3)

8 comments:

Jennifer John said...

Love that stripe one! Super cute!

Jennifer

The Vintage Peacock said...

I don't anymore only because my book bag looks like I am about to blaze a trail across Alaska. But I might reconsider this fall if these cute little things are hanging next to Jansport and Lisa Frank.

Audrey said...

I got my undergrad in Interior Design at FSU and the grad students were in our same classes - you're making the right choice (I'm assuming your going to FSU)! It's a wonderful program and it's a necessary degree to receive your liscensing once you get out of school. Good luck with everything! I hope you do some posts about your experience so I can relive it with you! :)

Brittany {Gallery No. Eight} said...

Very exciting!!! I've been considering grad studies in Interior Design after I get my BFA. And I would definitely carry one of those bags to school! Best wishes for your studies :)

Amanda Hill said...

I might need one for me :)

Mander said...

Wow, I don't even know how I stumbled across this post, but those are great backpacks! I prefer to carry a backpack, especially if I have heavy stuff (gigantic laptop in particular) but I have yet to find a nice-looking backpack that is a useable size. I'd take any of those!

sanctuaryhome said...

Unfortunately, cute won't be a factor once you see all the crap you have to carry around for your first semester of design school. Most people I knew ended up with some sort of rolling bag. Between the drafting supplies, the pantone color fan/paint fan, the text books, fabrics and stone or tile samples, you feel like hiring a sherpa seems like a feasible idea. Congrats on making the decision to go back to school. You won't regret it.

Anonymous said...

Congrats Ash...go get that license!