We were over at our friends house this week for a playdate (the ones that also built with Ryan). They have a Ravenna and the Bonus Room is such a great size for a playroom. Originally we had planned on using our smallest room for the playroom until we finish the basement (which is pretty tiny because it's a loft converted into a bedroom 9'4 x 10'6). It got me thinking that maybe it would be smarter to use the largest kids room for the playroom (which was planned for the boys to share). That room is 15'5 x 12 so close in size to the Ravenna bonus room. If we did that we'd have to move the boys to bedroom 4 which is 13'10 x 10. I think it would still work because the model had a bunk bed in that room and that's what the boys had planned on getting. But then it would make the smallest room be the guest room and future nursery instead of bedroom 4. We have a queen bed so that would be tight in the small room and it would be a smaller nursery (if we ever have another baby). But, it might be the smartest decision since we'll spend more time in the playroom and don't have guests stay the night often. We're still thinking on this...
I also wanted to post a few more pictures that we took yesterday. And for my dear husband, I will now caption the bottom;)
I'm not going to pretend I know technical terms...HVAC vent hole?
More HVAC stuff
I think this might be a fan/vent because it's in the bathroom.
More HVAC and on the right in orange you can see some of the PM markings for the framers to fix. Some of the things we saw he marked were bowed wood, spots that needed additional support, or a squeeky floor.
HVAC in the master bedroom
Attic area of master bedroom
A squeeky floor that needs fixed in Bedroom 4