Chattahoochee Tech interior design students have made the world a brighter place for a child with special needs thanks to a class project that was conducted in partnership with the nonprofit Sunshine on a Ranney Day.
The students planned every detail of a wheelchair accessible dream bedroom and bathroom makeover for 10-year-old Caitlin Davis.
A grand reveal was held Aug. 12, with a television news crew on site to help capture the moment when she and her parents saw her new bedroom and bathroom for the first time. The home located in Alpharetta is a short drive from Chattahoochee Tech’s Woodstock campus, where the college’s Interiors program is based.
The students focused carefully on each design detail as well as the bigger picture of project management. They researched materials which ranged from tiles, grout, countertops and paint, to fixtures and wallpaper. They also met with vendors, many of whom donated