pick my new rooM!!!

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A or B?

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  2. B

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  1. flying_babyb

    flying_babyb DIS Veteran

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    So Im hopeless! Im down to two layouts and cant decide which I like best. What do you think?
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    Idea A
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    Idea B

    1. Futon 2. end table 3. end table 4. Chair 5. lamp 6. lamp 7. tv stand
    8.Hammy stand 9. 4 drawe plastic thing 10. Double cube stack 11. Double cube stack 12. Art supply cube 13. night stand nesting table 14. little bench 15. bookcase, mini 16. Bench 18. Dresser 20. blanket chest 21. storage (clothes) 22. storage (clothes)
     
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  3. AlexWyattMommy

    AlexWyattMommy <font color=deeppink>Okay, here I am, out of high

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    Where is the door?
    Are there any windows? Just concerned about possible glare on your TV.
     
  4. AlexWyattMommy

    AlexWyattMommy <font color=deeppink>Okay, here I am, out of high

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    Will you be scrapping in this room? I don't see a table for that.
     
  5. flying_babyb

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    Oh crud I forgot the door. All the windows are way up on the wall so its not a issue, guess thats what happens when you move into a basement. Im lucky enough to be allowed to put my table outside my room (big basement) so I can scrap. door is in the middle of left bottom wall (where theres no furniture)
     
  6. AlexWyattMommy

    AlexWyattMommy <font color=deeppink>Okay, here I am, out of high

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    I like B then.

    The TV is closer to the futon, so you can turn down the volume if it disturbs the upstairs folks and you can still hear it.

    It also looks like you have two distinct zones with that floor plan.

    Oh and a glaze just means you put your bottom coat with a normal paint and then put an additive in the top coat that delays the drying time so you can work with it.
     
  7. flying_babyb

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    Its more like making the mom next store mad LOL.
     

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