Or flat / house if you're a grown up, I guess...
First, a couple of overview shots:
And the details:
BLURRY PUFFY & DOG! http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll91/kallen_/G5/053.jpg
AMAZING DOOR STOP IN ACTION! http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll91/kallen_/G5/055.jpg
DULL VIEW FROM MY WINDOW! http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll91/kallen_/G5/059.jpg
My bed was originally at the side of my desk, so I moved it to create way more room (the furniture was stupidly heavy, so probably not intended for moving, but whatevz), but the best part is this:
I have wall on either side of my head/upper body! I can only sleep facing the wall, but I'm also super restless, so it's the most perfect thing ever. Feels a little bit like sleeping in a cave. A lousy cave, but a lousy cave is better than an open room.
I wish I could decorate my room way more - paint it, change the curtains, carpet and put up some cute lights, get a wooden bed, and have my white furniture and Harry Potter stand back ( http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll91/kallen_/My%20Room%20V2/IMG_7660.jpg and http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll91/kallen_/My%20Room%20V2/IMG_7663.jpg for the uninitiated ). I miss having a TV and games console and tons of bookcases, and most of all, having maps up on my walls.
But even considering all that, I kind of like it. Especially now I can move around in it without having to walk on my bed :-)
So, yeah. You go. I like seeing people's rooms. I'm totally going to buy all those awful home magazines when I'm older...
(And, no, I don't care if one of these has been done recently. I spent hours moving everything around, and I have no friends, so it's going to remain unvisited.)