Just cos it's piqued my curiosity, remember that in the "new houses"
thread I admitted I'd done a survey of garage and bedroom sizes...
well... would anyone care to admit the size of their smallest bedroom?
It'd be interesting to see what is out there, and whether it varies in
the expected way with house age.
So, if you feel like it, can you tell me
a: the dimensions of your smallest bedroom (better keep everything
b: the approximate age of your house and how many bedrooms it has.
c: whether you think that the room is really useful as a bedroom, or is
it just for show?
To start everyone off;
a: 2m35 by 2m.
b: 1930s - 70-odd years - 3-beds.
c: although we *have*
squeezed the double bed in the room (minus
headboard), it is really only suitable for a single bed. It does make a
reasonable size room for a guest or for a young child, but would be far
too small for a teenager who might also want a desk.
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