For the past year I have been working on creating my own sanctuary in the household. I have literally built the rooms from the ground up. I installed insulation, central air, drywall, and built an additional room along the same principles. So now the construction is finally [close] to being done, and I have run into a problem. The place has become a mess. I am trying to rethink my design tactics and furniture placements for ones that will help maximize available space and help the room flow together, because frankly right now, I cannot think of anything. *I would like to eventually remove on of the couches and add a queen sized bed if i can think of a room design that would work with that.
The garage itself is a 205x228 square room with cement flooring, drywalled walls with 4 hanging fluorescent lighting, with 64 center mounted wall outlets throughout. It has one couch and one futon, with a full sized external closet, mini fridge, and 32" television with an entertainment stand.
So in short I would really like some ideas on how to make this place work, I've put a lot of work into construction, but not nearly as much work in the interior design, any help would be greatly appreciated.
*I know the room is a mess, I'm currently cleaning off the walls, and cleaning up the entire room as a whole in preparation for moving the furniture.
Pictures of the room can be found here: http://s323.photobucket.com/albums/n...cuttriss/Room/