Thanks for the new views. They help greatly, and I now see all the places I was wrong - such as in basic room identification (I was mis-identiying some of the rooms)
The new images give (me, anyway) a better feel for the walls, and I withdraw all privacy-based concerns related to the bedroom.
What I was calling the "table-counter thing" and you said was the kitchen island with the range... that's a prime example of why I said trying to identify rooms based on furnishings was dangerous. I couldn't see the red rings/oblong on one of the views, and it just didn't click that it was still the same piece of furniture.
>I tell you what, though, I've just noticed she doesn't have any place
>to sit and eat. (The apartment's original designer probably assume
>tenants would put a dining room table in the area by the entrance,
>which Azana is using as a foyer instead.) The kitchen island's
>supposed to have a couple of barstools by it for this purpose, but it
>appears I forgot to place them.
And if not barstools at the island, she could just eat off the living room table, sitting on the floor or couch.
Do you do layouts like this (computer rendered or just sketched out) much in your story location planning?