The bathroom door to the powder room hits the toilet seat when open.
Isn't that special! I could fix this by installing a pocket door. But at $2000 for costs and labor, that isn't going to happen anytime soon.
The blinds in our second story hallway are always closed because otherwise the neighbors can see into our bathroom. We are very friendly with our neighbors, but I don't want to frighten them!
My neighbors window.
View of the bathroom from my neighbor's window.
When fully reclined, the family room lounge chair hits both the sliding glass door and coffee table.
My husband and I use the same small bedroom as office space.
Our chairs are generally only two feet apart. Let's just say we bump into each other a lot and it's not always an accident. And because my husband is a 'stacker' - he does not file papers but stacks them in piles - I never get to nap on my favorite couch. See all the paper and magazine piles on the couch? And by the way, I hate his chair - the black one - but he refuses to give it up.
I have to share a bathroom with my husband and two large boys, 16 and 20. And that bathroom is a small 5 x 5 feet square. Let me help you picture this situation. Because there is no storage in the bathroom, I have to put all my make-up, hair accessories and 'lady stuff' elsewhere. And manage to get it into the bathroom when I need it. Thank God my boys are average young men who pay little attention to anything other than food and friends. Otherwise, there would be many more embarrassing moments in this household.
The family bathroom.
Thanks for letting me vent and enjoy your weekend!