Just got the e-mail! Rooming assignment

<p>10x16 is pretty nice. I think you'll enjoy it. My fiance lived in an 8x10 for a year-- for a double, that is tiny. For a single it's comfortable.</p>

<p>i have a 7x14 single in bursley (sanford)</p>

<p>the bed loft thing was kind of confusing for me on the website. do you think i will have a comfortable amount of space??</p>

<p>woah i feel like my room is huge now! 12x19 in south quad</p>

<p>Haha me too!
I suddenly feel that my 12x19 is gigantic as compared to rooms in other halls!</p>

<p>yeah...anyone can explain the bedloft thingy?</p>

<p>Got a overflow quad in south quad. 19x35!</p>

<p>im in the sanford house as well. feel free to message me if your in sanford as well</p>

<p>If you have building block furniture, you can put your bed on top of your dresser and desk so your bed is lofted and you have space under the bed for a futon, TV, whatever. If you don't have building block furniture, you can still loft your bed, but will have to find a lofting company to do it for you.</p>

<p>anyone in douglas in bursley?</p>

<p>How on earth would you fit a futon underneath the building block loft? Unless you did it backwards, I don't know if it works that way.</p>

<p>If you loft it so that the dresser and the desk are facing out, I'm pretty sure you can fit a small futon. The point I was trying to make was that there would be space under the bed that you could use.</p>

<p>If u r tall, don't loft your bed</p>

<p>definitely check My</a> Assignment | University Housing even if you didn't get an email as my roommate info and all that stuff was up there</p>