The walls on either side of the door are 28.5" wide. That is a bit tight but we could put a 24" radius curve in that spot. If the doors open out, we can expand it easily.
The two windows need to be accessible, but we can run some benchwork in front of them. A double deck here would wipe them out, so we probably need to keep them single decked.
I think the room will double as a funeral parlor, judging from the lamp.
Rick wants to use this room as an office as well, so maybe we can work the desk under the benchwork by the windows so that he can see the nice view. That means higher benchwork of 50" or more in this area.
The outer wall appears to be unobstructed. Good! We have two great walls to work with. There is one wall outlet here, but I'm not sure where the other ones are. We'll need to map them.
Good, square corner. This might also be where the railroad could grow into the adjacent craft room. My first drawings had this as partial staging of trains on a long then shelf in the other room.
There appears to be another air duct on the ceiling...but not sure where it is. I learned from my friend Mike that you want to make sure you know where your airflow is (especially in Florida) because:
1. You don't want to roast or freeze
2. In bound ducts dump dust and dirt on your layout
Rick, what I need from you:
- Wall height
- Door height
- Window height
- What wall is the air return on? How high?
- Location of electrical plugs
- Light switch vertical and horizontal measurements
- On the ceiling toward the doors is a square something...what is it?
- Location of all air ducts