Plotter space

Now that the walls are clear in the basement, I was doing some layout planning. I can’t decide whether to take space from the Guest Bedroom closet for the location of my plotter in the Office:


Or leave the Guest Bedroom closet unchanged and just add a small bookshelf area to the office.


The plotter scheme is ideal if I were to use the space as my office. But since we plan on reselling this house in the future, I worry that the large jog in the wall of the office will leave an awkward feel to the office.



2 Responses to “Plotter space”

  1. 1 Frank May 28, 2009 at 5:20 am

    I say use it as a plotter space. I can’t imagine that for resale it will even come into the equation. The only reason I wouldn’t do it is because of the extra work involved in the reframing / drywalling / texturing / painting / flooring / electrical…. yeah,… leave it as is, I changed my mind.

  2. 2 Arne June 5, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    I agree with Frank. In fact, the plotter space is more useable than the little bookshelves spot you have in the second option. Besides, how much closet space does a “guest” need? 🙂

    Looking forward to watching the process. Good luck you two!

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