CLEVELAND, OHIO - Breast cancer patient Jen Dentz was elated when she discovered she would be receiving a new bedroom through a project called "Healthy Spaces."
Dentz was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012 and has been receiving chemotherapy continuously since.
"My room basically to me looks like a prison, it's a bed and gray walls," she said. "I need something happy."
With the help of design students from the Virginia Marti College of Art and Design and the Karen E. Mumford Cancer Foundation, Dentz got the happy room she was hoping for.
The organization strives to "provide a place of respite and healing" for cancer patients.
The group completely redesigned Dentz space, giving it a new look.
"Oh my god," Dentz exclaimed, upon seeing the newly redesigned space. "It doesn't even look like the same room!"
Take a look at the adorable video below.