Posts Tagged ‘dream rooms’

Dream Room #6: The VR Room

Dream Room #6: The VR Room

I’m back to continue my occasional series about rooms I’d love to have in my house if I can ever afford to design such a place. So far I’ve discussed a ball room, cat tower room, game room(s), shower room, and fictional room. One of my lifelong technological dreams has been for virtual reality to progress […]


Dream Room #6: The Fictional Room

Dream Room #6: The Fictional Room

It’s time to continue my occasional series about rooms I’d love to have in my house if I can ever afford to design such a place. So far I’ve discussed a ball room, cat tower room, game room(s), and shower room. Today I’d like to propose the merits of a fictional room. The room itself […]


Dream Room #4: The Shower Room

Dream Room #4: The Shower Room

A few years ago I was at a family reunion, and my aunt and uncle gave me a tour of their remodeled home. It was in their master bedroom that I discovered something that I’ve envied every since: A giant shower with spouts on opposite sides. It looked kind of like this: At the time, […]


Dream Room #3: Game Rooms

Dream Room #3: Game Rooms

I love hosting game nights. Part of it is that given the choice to leave my condo or stay at my condo, I’ll choose to stay 9 times out of 10. Another part is that I love to play games, of course. So I host game night every Wednesday for a few hours. It’s a […]


Dream Room #2: Cat Tower Room

Dream Room #2: Cat Tower Room

My entire condo is basically a playground for my cats. They control most spaces, and they allow me to use the remaining spaces as long as I continue to provide them with food and water. Case in point: Biddy is currently sleeping on my desk chair, and Walter is standing by the food dispenser while […]


Dream Room #1: The Ball Room

Dream Room #1: The Ball Room

When I was 10 years old, I thought I wanted to be an architect. I was particularly fascinated by Frank Lloyd Wright and Thomas Jefferson (he designed a lot of the architecture at the University of Virginia, where I attended summer camp). In hindsight, I didn’t actually want to be an architect. I’m not that […]