Analyzing a Representation of a Place
Upstairs down the hall to the left is the destination of where a princess sleeps. Although one might find it interesting, it’s a rather cozy room splashed with blue on every wall. It is actually no different than any other ordinary bedroom. Not only is it cozy, it’s very roomy. When you first make your appearance, you would think it was a small room, until you see beyond its flaws. Besides, not everything is perfect.
Every bedroom has something special about it. This bedroom, however, is where I spend the majority of my time. It’s not just a place for sleeping, but it’s also a place for socializing. I do everything in that room. Socializing is a big part in my life, and my laptop makes that easier. Every night I can sit on my bed and roam the internet; you would think it gets boring. When dinner is ready, my socializing is over, and I have to leave my room. And when the time passes, I go back in.
My room is decorated in many different colors. The majority, however, is blue, pink, black, and white. My sheets are pink, comforter black and white. I admire puma patterns, so that’s the theme. My bed frame, rug, dresser, and bookshelf are all painted black, in harmonic to the rest of the room. It goes well with everything else in the room. Every room traditionally has an actual bed in it, a dresser, and some other sort of furniture. Mine, however, has a variety of things.
Sometimes I abuse my room; Most of the time it’s messy to an extreme. It gets embarrassing, but I always know how to clean it. It’s not only trash contained inside, but it’s mostly clothes. I never know what to do with them so I throw them on the floor instead of hanging them up or putting them in the hamper. The funny thing is, most of my clothes are clean and when I get ready to clean my room, I have to smell each piece individually. It has taken me about 5 years to get my room exactly like I want it and it’s still not completely there....
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