I saw the 'Improve Your Room' contest a few days ago for Chicago and I just thought I should give it a try. Nothing to lose, right? My overactive imagination might finally do some good for me. To you this may just look like all the random, fun things I could think of at the time....probably because that's what it is. The theme is blue if you didn't notice....
Step 1: Loft Bed
The loft bed is cool just to start off, not to mention the apple computer on the desk below (don't worry Windows I love you too). Every awesome room has a fish tank that's way to big for the fish, why? I have no idea I just think that's how it is. This is a pretty big room so our mode of transportation is going to be that lovely go kart in the corner.
Step 2: Halfpipe
I love halfpipes! Love them. My salute to all skaters, the indoor halfpipe.
Step 3: Pool
What would a dream room be without the indoor pool? Awful! And this isn't just any old pool, you start on a trampoline, bounce into the first pool, ride down the water ridge, swim through the second pool, ride the water channel/slide down to the third pool, and then resume your typical pool activities.
Step 4: Yum!
All this fun is making you hungry. You should eat plenty of fruits and veggies to replace all that energy you lost, right? WRONG! We're actually just going to gouge out on junk food and soda....don't judge me this supposed to be a dream room...
Step 5: Table Top Games
Foosball, pool, ping pong, air hockey, and DDR; some of the best player vs player games. Great for having friends over!
Step 6: Arcade Machines
Props to the past on these old school arcade games. Mortal combat, star wars, and that one driving game that always costs way more than the other games.
Step 7: Basketball Hoop
Exercise and have fun with your basketball hoop.
Step 8: Home Theatre
Most home theaters only play movies, but can't you imagine BO2 and 2K14 on that wide screen? So call up your friends and decide, XBOX or Playstation..?
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First Prize in the
Improve Your Room Youth Design Challenge