Designs on creative future

BUDDING interior designer Carolina Vargas will be one of 75 graduates exhibiting their major works at western Sydney's largest free interior design show at Olympic Park this weekend.

The Canley Heights resident hopes she will be spotted by the many industry professionals attending the third annual "Designing Your Future" exhibition.

Miss Vargas is studying to complete her advanced diploma in interior design and decorating at TAFE NSW South Western Sydney's interior design school, based at Lidcombe College.

"I am really looking forward to [the exhibition] because I can show my work and it's a good opportunity to get a job," the 19-year-old said.

Her project was to provide more storage and a better living space in a home.

"I liked the structure of my roof," she said. "It was on an angle and sort of a V-shape.

"It was a real contemporary look and I am really proud of it."

She said she liked commercial design rather than residential because "the possibilities are endless".

More than 3000 people are expected to attend the exhibition at the Armory Gallery in Sydney Olympic Park that will run every weekend until February next year.

It is the region's biggest showcase of the latest trends in interior design including furniture, lighting,wallpaper design and decorating.


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