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  • Emergency Exit Corridors

    I decided to stick with the oringinal plan and have the dark teen girl and three year old Mobato be African children. This would be difficult decision because I really felt bad about situation in Haiti. I think things would just be too difficult to have Haitian children and further more African children have just as difficult life. I decide to stick with my first decision. Another factor is that Morocco is an African Nation and only the Moroccan children and the dark African children are African orphans.

    Changes/Things I forgot: The carpets in the ironing stairwell are 6 x 17 feet size and the one between the entrance door and the stairs is 4 feet diameter. The clothes rack is made of iron pipes and fittings and it is painted silver gray. The wheels are black rubber wheels.
    The small Moroccan cabinet where the radio/CD player is kept , the cabinet is bright red and maroon. The hangers are bronze colored wire hangers not white plastic. The hangers are not flimsy.

    The alcove desks have a change. The desks do not have a hole in the lower back center hutch top or the back center top of the desk. Instead there is a hole with antique brass rim. The hole is located on the desk top centered back. This way the wires can feed through directly to the rectangle box under the desk top and over to the side storage area.
    The wires that come down behind the corner moldings in the alcove, the first alcove the wires come behind the right back molding and the second alcove the wires come down behind the left back corner molding.

    The doors and drawers to the ***ra cabinets are striped inside and outside of the doors and drawers. The cabinet knobs are dark brown stain. The knobs are round brown wood stain knobs. There are twoo knobs on each of the drawers and one knob on each of the doors. The door knobs are centered on the mid way down the doors near the outer edge.

    There are light brown rectangle lighted boxes centered over the second stairwell entrance door, The entrance to the right side alcove and over the entrance doors to the first alcoves. The boxes have the word EXIT on the front. The letters are red and five inches high.

    The chairs around the tables on the back walk thrus are positioned so that the back of the chairs are angled toward the four corners of the walk thrus. The switch that controls the fan and lights is located to the left side of the wall outside the walk thru section. The switches are on the wall the same side of the boy's bedrooms. The upper sideways switch controls the recessed walk thru lights and the lower sideways switch controls the fan lights.

    The door to the emergency exit corridor in the ironing stairwell swings both ways. The exit corriodrs are basically the same except the position to the entrance doors from the stairwell. All the entrance doors are Moroccan red/brown with brown stain frames and moldings.
    The corridors are 5 feet x 15 feet size. The 2 inch x 2 inch medium brown ceramic floor tiles continue from the stairwells into the exit corridors. The walls are brown stained planked three feet high and have ornate floor and top moldings. The upper part of the walls are medium brown vinyl wallpaper. The ceilings are dark cinamin susupended ceilings. The left side emergency exits are under the Men's and Women's bathroom latrines upstairs on the main level.
    There are two 15 inch x 15 inch flourescent light fixtures in the ceiling. There are four flourescent light bulbs in each fixture and they go from left to right. The switch for the lights is located to the right side of the entrance door. The switch is dark brown and the plate cover is shiny brass. The carpet runners are 4 feet x 13 feet size. The carpets are cinamin/dark green/medium brown.
    Since the exits are located on the other sides of the outer recessed 2 feet x 5 feet area in the outer main corridor there is room for built in cabinet on the immediate opposie of the recess area. The cabinets are Moroccan bright red and bright green enamel. They are 5 feet wide by 7 feet high and 1 1/2 feet deep. There are two drawers in the bottom front. The top is not built in. The top is like a shelf. The inside of the cabinets and drawers is bright red. Extra wallpaper is used to line the cabinet shelves and drawers. The Vinyl shelf wallpaper is green.
    Bar soap is kept in the lower drawers. Toilet paper is kept on the first three shelves. On the left side fourth shelf are three irons. On the right fourth shelf there is a white opaque spray water bottle for ironing. the bottle has a white nozzle. There are also three bottles of liquid hand soap for refilling the dispensors in the bathrooms. The fifth shelf has boxes of girl products.
    At the end of the corridors are the exit door. These doors also have EXIT boxes above the center doors. The door are brown stain paneled doors with oval leaded glass top window. The knobs and hinges are antique brass. The door knob inside has turn lock. The frames and moldings are brown stained. These doors are the same as the back exit doors. Back exit doors also have EXIT box centered above the exit doors.
    Outside there is a brown metal storm door with sturdy screens and storm window. The inside door opens from the left to the right side wall and the storm door opens out from the left. The first emergency exit corridor is similar but the exit door is opposite.
    The upper walls of the boy's bedrooms are maroon. The carpets are light beige/maroon/off white/medium brown.
    Last edited by WitchQueen; 1st February 2010, 16:22. Reason: Added Something
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    • Some Decorating and Details

      The upper walls of the boy's rooms are dark maroon. The carpets are light beige/dark maroon/off white/Moroccan red/brown.
      The V sconces on the right and left side of the Al-Aqsa Mosque painting have wine colored mosaics on each side. The round mosaic antique brass ceiling light fixtures in the corridors have maroonish/red/gold/wine colored mosaics. The mosaics are stained glass mosaics and the light shines through them.
      The red EXIT signs have a low watt light bulb inside the light brown rectangle box. The switch for the EXIT signs is located on the wall to the side of the entrance doors to the basement stairs. There are two switches. One for the basement lights and the second is for the EXIT signs. The left basement lights control the EXIT signs on the left side of the Palace and the right basement stairwell switches control the right side EXIT signs.
      The boys all have an aluminum flashlight in their drawer where they put the things from their pockets at night. The flashlights are maroon. They have one inch diameter handle and the light end is one and half to two inch diameter. There are also rechargable flash lights with the chargers screwed to the wall past the open entrance door to the basement stairs. There is a 3 feet high from the floor outlet on the wall and the charge base is plugged into this outlet. The plugs are dark brown and the plate cover is shiny brass. The flashlight is plugged into the base charger. There is one flashlight inside each basement entrance. The door is opened and the flashlight system is straight ahead on the wall.
      The cabinets in the Emergency Exit Corridors are not built in. They are free standing cabinets. They are 4 feet wide x 7 feet high x 1 1/2 feet deep. They are bright red and bright green and the insides are bright red. They are mainly bright red.
      There are 3 feet to the left of the entrance door and 9 feet to the right of the entrance door from the ironing stairwell to the exit corridor exit door. There are three flourescent light bulbs in the ceiling fixtures. The lights go horizontal with the five foot section of the corridor.
      The switches for the left main corridor lights are located in the first alcove and the ironing stairwell. There are three switches in the first alcove. One for the alcove, one for the front corridor and one for the left side corridor. The switches are one up and down and the other two sideways. The up and down works the alcove and the top sideways switch works the front corridor and the lower sideways operates the left corridor. The first alcove on the right side is set up the same way. The iron stairwell has 2 switches. The first for the Stairwell and the second controls the left side corridor. The second alcove on the right side controls the alcove and the right corridor lights.
      The flower center on the dark brown linen scarves, the flower center is embroidered Moroccan red/brown embroidery.
      The center boy's bedroom entrance lines up with the upright piano on the other side of the corridor. The first and third boy's entrances lines up with the five foot wide recess areas on the other side of the corridor.
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      • The Emergency Exits/The Greenhouses

        Some changes: The carpets in the boy's bedrooms are light beige/dark maroon/off white/medium brown. The upper walls of the emergency exits are dark brown vinyl wallpaper with green fern leaves. The ceilings are brown suspended ceilings. The cabinets are bright green with some bright red. The insides of the cabinets are bright green. The 4 feet x 13 feet carpets are dark brown/off white and black design.
        All of the flashlights for the boys are silver aluminum. There is a flashlight in the top right and left drawers of the desks.
        There may be a 2 1/2 feet x 3 feet painting in the recess areas above the ***ra cabinets. The painting s have dark brown stain frames. On the left side the first painting is of Spanish dancers. The second recess area the painting ids of Moroccan dancers. They would be men. On the right side the first painting would be a different painting of Moroccan dancers. The second painting is a different painting of Spanish dancers.
        (There are 2 Swiffer mops in the cabinet in the left pantry. This is because I made the front and back ends of the center area 2 1/2 feet longer. This makes the pantries wider. One mop is for the bathrooms and the corridors and the second mop is for the kitchen, Cafe, pantries and the laundry room.)

        There is three feet to the left of the entrance door to the exit corridor and nine feet to the right of the door to the exit that takes you outside. This is the exit corridor off the ironing stairwell. The first emergency exit you must go the the front end of the side corridor and enter the alcove where the elevator is located. There is no machine room on the lower level and this is why the outside corridor is 1 foot wider. Inside the alcove which is 7 feet x 7 feet. The back wall is recessed 1/2 foot. There is a brown stain Mosque bench centered against the back wall. The entrance to the first stairwell is three feet to the right of the back wall and the lelevator is three feet over against the right side. When you enter the stairwell the stairs are straight ahead. They go up to the corner turn and continue up to the main Mosque level. The entrance door to the emergency exit is to the far right of the entrance doorway to the stairwell. The door is three feet wide. The stairwell is the same as the second one. but opposite. There is 6 feet to the left of the entrance door to the exit that takes you outside. There also is 6 feet to the right of the entrance to the back wall on the other side of the recessed area.The cabinet in this emergency exit and the first right side emergency exit have extra dishes and glasses for the Cafe. The dishes are white with a light gray tinge. There are knives, forks and sppons in the bottom drawers. They are stainless steel. The silver ware in the din9ing room really would be silver knives, forks and spoons and accessories.
        There are 4 stacks of plates on the bottom shelf. Each stack has eight dishes. The second shelf has four stacks of dessert plates and five stacks of cereal/soup bowls. The thirs shelf has coffee cups and saucers. There are two stacks of 8 saucers each side and 36 ciups in the center area. The fourth shelf has36 8ounce glasses and the fifth shelf has old fashion and juice glasses. The old fashion glasses are at the ends and the juice glasses are in the center.
        The cabinet in the second right side emergency exit does not have anything in it at this time.
        The exit doors to the outside open in from the far side of the corridor. The outer storm doors open out from the right side of the doors. This corriodr the doorn knobs are on the right side. The second corriodor they are on the left side. Outside is the concrete stairwell. It goes from two feet to the left of the storm door across to the other exit which has two feet to the right of the door. The bottom of the stairwells have a drain at the center. The drain runs into pipes which go to the left and the right into a gravel drywell. This is to stop the water from floodind and the drains have screening to stop mosquitos from laying eggs.
        The stairs are located in the center of the stairwell. They are 8 feet wide. They take you up to the courtyard to a 6 foot wide path that takes you to the greenhouse.The courtyards are the center of the right and left bedroom wings.
        There are a column by the Palace wall, one at the corner,one at the end where the stairwell turns and the stairs come up and there is one more column in between the end corner and the beginiing of the stairs. The columns are grey stone and there are three antique brass tube rails in between the columns. As the stairs go up and out there are columns and rails from the corner to the outside end at the top of the stairs. The grey stone columns have concrete cap and the columns at the top of the stairs have a raven on the cap facing the green house.
        The paths in the courtyard are brick like the Main Palace
        Next time, the greenhouses.
        Last edited by WitchQueen; 8th February 2010, 16:32. Reason: Fixed Something
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        • The GreenHouses

          Some decorating: The Dragonfly Lamps have red and purple grapes around the bottom. The bottom of the stained glass shades are scallopped. The silver dragonflies fit into the grapes. Above the dragonflies is sky blue and then there are green leaves cascading from the center top of the shade. They are pretty.
          The 4 feet x 13 feet carpets in the emergency exit corridors are dark brown/off white/green/medium brown.
          The female Spanish dancers in the painting , they wear maroonish red satin dresses.
          The center ceiling light fixture in the back corridor and the V sconces to the left and right of the Al-Aqsa Mosque painting. These lights remain on even at night in case the boys get up they can see. The lights in the front corridor also remain on. They are low watt.

          The way to get to the first emergency corridor you must go through the three foot wide entrance door to the first alcove. The three foot wide entrance door to the first stairwell is to the left of the alcove entrance. The stairwell is 10 feet x 10 feet size. The stairs are straight ahead from the entrance door , go up to the corner and then turn to the right. This takes them up to the Main level above. The 3 foot wide entrance door to the emrgency corridor is located under the stairs to the far right corner of the stairwell. The right side stairwells have the vacumn closets in them. This one is to the right of the entrance door on the other wall. The second emergency exit corridor is the same but opposite of the first.
          To enter the second corridor you must first go through the entrance to the second alcove. This entrance does not have a door. Just brown stained frame and molding. A door would interfere with the entrance door to the stairwell. This stairwell is the same as the first stairwell but opposite. The exits from the corridors are set up the same way as the left side exits. The outside concrete stairwell is also the same.
          Back to the left side exits. The stairs in the outside stairwell are grey stone steps. There is a antique brass rail from the bottom of the steps to the top.
          At the top of the stairs there is a six foot wide brick walk that takes you to the entrance doors of the greenhouses. The doors are three feet wide double doors. They are antique brass and have glass upper and lower parts of the doors. The doors open out with push rail.
          The green houses are octagon shape(8 sides). The lower two foot high bottom are made of grey stone. Some of the stone have iron in them and appear rust color. Inside the green houses the lower walls are brick. The upper walls are all glass with dark brown metal frames. The walls are 10 feet high. The roof is cone pie shaped sections. The roof shingles are dark green clay pot shingles. There are skylights around the peak. They are pie shaped glass four feet to the round metal disks at the top. The green houses are 43 feet diamter.
          The floors of the green houses are pieces of slate cemented in. The floors are concrete and slate. If the slate can be rust color that would be best but dark blue slate is alright. There is a 7 foot round wall in the center of the greenhouses.The wall is 3 1/2 feet high and inside there is dirt and an orange tree? The tree is under the skylights. There may be flowers around the trees.
          This courtyard is in the center of where the left side wing is located. The path curves to the right and left from the cneter path. The side paths take you to the 5 foot double doors centered with the middle right and left center bedrooms. The double doors are each 2 1/2 feet wide. These doors are also antique brass with upper and lower glass panels. They open into the courtyard and also have a push bar on the inside.
          More about the courtyard and bedroom wings another time. This is the left side wing. The right side wing is the same but opposite.
          Last edited by WitchQueen; 12th February 2010, 20:26. Reason: Fixed Something
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          • The Lights, The Doors and the GreenHouses

            We have had feet of snow this year. It shuts everything down. Maybe 3 1/2 feet of snow.
            I think the dark children should be from Haiti. That is dark teen girl and three year old Mabato. I feel bad for all of these children. We have the sculptured metal sun hanging above the painting of Ahmed and Ishtar in the Attic Room. Haitians do metal art and I saw a sculptured sun with fire spikes and a face so I think it is meant to be that the girl teen and Mabato should be Haitian. They are decendents of African slaves. So we would teach them about the animals and African continent.
            The V sconce lights in the back corridor and the center ceiling light stay on. The doors that go from the walk thru to the side corridors are usually opened toward the walk thrus. The lights in the Cafe are on all the time like restaurants would have. The front corridor lights are not on all of the time. This way the boys can see at night and switch other lights on as needed.
            The distance to the right and left of the emergency exit corridor doors is as follows. The first stairwell the dooropens from the left with a pull handle into the stairwell. There is 6 1/2 feet to the left of the door in the exit corridor to the back wall where the green and red cabinet is located. There is 5 1/2 feet to the right of the door to the exit door to the outside. The second stairwell, exit door and exit corridor are set up the same measurements but opposite of the first area.

            The greenhouses. The lower walls are 2 1/2 feet high. There are grey stone on the outside of the walls and also the inside of the walls. The glass windows of the upper half are 6 1/2 feet high. The windows are four panes each. The skylights above are pie shaped. They come down four feet and drop down 6 inches to the roof. This way the dark green clay pot shingles fit with the roof. The dark green shingles have dark brown specks in the shingles. The roof has a foot wide overhang all around the bottom edge. The shingles could also be medium Moroccan red/brown color with dark brown specks.
            The ceiling inside the green houses are planked Moroccan red/brown. The planks go from left to right. The overhead is also Moroccan red/brown planks underneath.
            The concrete and slate floor of the green houses has dark grey slates.
            I do not know how to figure the size of the eight walls of the greenhouses. I do not know how wide they are. Must be more than ten feet across I think.

            Where the walks curve to the entrance doors of the wing corridors , the walks are also 6 feet wide. The walls around the perimeter of the courtyard are three feet high and walls are brick. The upper part of the perimeter walls have arches with glass windows. The arches are Moroccan red/brown stained wood. The arches and windows are three feet wide. Actually the windows are 2 1/2 feet wide with 6 inches of Moroccan red/brown wood in between.
            More about the greenhouses and courtyard at another time.
            Last edited by WitchQueen; 13th February 2010, 15:47. Reason: Fixed Something
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            • The TV Sitting Rooms

              (The clay pot roof shingles of the greenhouses should be dark Moroccan red/brown shingles with dark brown specks. This color shingle will be best with the grey stones. The floor slates should be dark grey or slate blue. Either color is fine.
              The layout of the first and second right side alcoves and stairwell entrance doors. Both alcoves you enter from the right side. The second alcove does not have an entrance door because a door would cover the entrance door to the stairwell. Other than the difference with the doors thestairwells are the same but opposite. You enter the first alcove and the entrance door to the stairwell is at the beginning of the left wall. The door pushes into the stairwell from the right side into the left wall. Inside the stairwell the stairs are straight ahed. They go up, turn at the corner and continue up to the right.
              The door to the vacumn closet is located on the beginning of the right side wall. This wall is to the right of the entrance door to the stairwell. The door to the emergency exit corridor is on the right side of the back wal. This door is under the stairs.
              Exit doors in the stairwells have a bronze plaque that says EXIT.)

              The TV Sitting Rooms are located off the center outer side of the right and left main corridors. There are two rectangle triangle archways into the sitting rooms. Two each. The archways have ornate Moroccan red/brown moldings around the entrances. There is 5 feet of wall each end, then there are 5 feet wide archways and then 5 feet wall in the center. In the corridor the upright piano is centered on the 5 feet middle section.
              The floors are brown stained hardwood floors. There are brown stain ornate moldings around the perimeter of the floors. (edge of floor) The TV Rooms are 17 feet wide x 25 feet long. The walls are painted medium Moroccan red/brown. The ceilings have Moroccan Motif ceiling designs. The ceiling motif has dark Moroccan red/brown borders. The panels are square and the corners have diagonal molding design. Inside the Triangle is colored dark maroon. The rounded scallopped center is also dark maroon with off white small flowers with brown centers. The diagonal triangle areas also have off white flowers with brown centers. The inner area of the sqaure is light molasses color and the flowers are maroon with black centers. So far the rooms are the same.
              The motif starts in the center of the ceiling. A ceiling fan hangs from the center. The fan is ornate and has a light molasses colored light. The fan ifixture is antique brass.The dimmer and switch for the fan is located on the wall to the right of the first entrance archway. The switch is dark brown and the metal plate cover is antique brass.
              The carpets are 15 feet x 19 feet size. The carpets are dark maroon/off white/medium brown/black design.
              More decorating next time.
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              • Sitting Rooms continued

                (There are corner moldings and moldings around the ceilings of the alcoves. All of the alcoves are like this. The moldings around the ceilings go from the edge of the corner molding to the next corner moldings aound the alcoves. The moldings are brown stained wood moldings. Brick tiles go around the bottom of the walls in between the corner moldings. Corner moldings go from the ceiling to the floor in the corners. Since corner moldings are diagonal cut this is why the wires can run behind them. The moldings are ornate. When I say ornate it just means there is extra detail to the moldings.
                The laundry room. There is one outlet behind each of the washing machines and dryers. The plugs are dark brown and the metal plate covers are shiny brass. The switch for the lights is also dark brown and the plate cover is shiny brass. The drain pipe for the washing machines are grey thre inch diameter heavy duty pipe. (diameter is measurement from one side across the center to the other side of something round or octagon shape) The hot and cold faucets for the washers are antique brass faucets with medium brown turn knob.
                The skylight sections at the top of the greenhouses are angled to the top center about two feet hieght. Not sharply cone shaped. Where the sections connect it is flat at the top.
                The cabinets in the emergency exit corridors are maroonish/red with some medium lime green hand painted design. The inside of the cabinets is red. The paints are enamel. The carpets in the exit corridors are dark brown/maroonish red/off white/medium brown.
                The upper walls in the boy's bedrooms are wall papered with Moroccan red/brown vinyl wallpaper. The paper is a little lighter Moroccan red/brown. The carpets in the boy's rooms are Moroccan red/brown/dark maroon/off white/medium brown. These re changes.)

                The TV Sitting Rooms: The ceiling motifs are wine color in the diagonal triangle sections with dark Moroccan red/brown borders. The scallopped center is also wine color. The wine color sections have off white flowers with brown centers. The area around the scallopped sections is medium lime green with wine colored flowers. All the flowers have brown centers. The ceiling fan light is light lime green.
                The walla are apinted Moroccan red/brown. The carpets are Moroccan red/brown/wine/off white/medium brown.
                There is a lighter wine color sofa centered on the bak wall. There is a love seat centered on the right and left wall. There are 2 feet x 2 feet square end table at each end of the love seats. The tables have a shelf 8 inches underneath the top. The tables are brown stain. There is a brown stain rectangle coffe table in front of the sofa. Love seats are also lighter wine color. The sofa and love seats have Moroccan red/brown pillow each side. There is a rectangle triangle three foot wide window each side of the sofa. The window is centered between the sofa and the right and left corners of the room. The windows are stained glass. They are lime green/dark wine/dark maroon.
                There are bronze floor lamp each side of the sofa. The lamps have stained glass shade. The shades are medium lime green/off white/dark wine flowers. The outlets are 1 1/2 fet up from the floor. There is one behind the sofa centered. One centered on the right and left walls and one centered on the five feet front center wall.
                The front wall has the TV Unit there. The unit is 4 1/2 feet wide x 7 feet high x 15 inches deep. The TV fits in the center section of the TV Unit. The unit is Moroccan red/brown. Both the right and left TV Sitting Rooms are the same so far but from here on we re working on the right side TV Sitting Room.

                This room has an antique brass rhinosceris on each side of the sofa. The rhinos are 2 feet long and about 18 inches high(estimate) The rhinos have red ruby eyes. There is a 5 feet x 3 feet print of the Indonesian Rain Forest. The print hangs on the wall above the sofa. The frame is brown stain. There are four more prints. One over each of the end tables. On the back right wall there is a print of a leopard, the front right print is that of elephant. The back left wall the print is a lion, a male lion. The left front is a ***ra. The four prints have dark Moroccan red/ brown frames.
                The TV unit has two cubicles each side of the TV section. There are figurines of African animals. The bottom right and left are elephants. The upper cubes have lions right and left. The top shelf is divided into three sections. In the center section there is a cheetah. The right and left sections there are the wildabeast.

                This TV has a DVD player so that you can see movies. The DVD player is on the shelf under the TV section. The wires go through a hole in the back panel. The DVDs are kept in the bottom right and left storage sections. The DVDs are kept on the upper section of the storage sections.
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                • Finishing TV Sitting Rooms

                  Some Changes: I decided that the clay pot roof shingles of the main Mosque Palace should be dark green with dark brown specks. This means for the left and right wings also. The roof shingles of the green houses and the back wings are Moroccan red/brown shingles with dark brown specks.
                  I also changed the carpets in the Mosque Room. They will be dark maroon/off white/Moroccan red/brown/black design. The chairs with the cloth seats will have dark maroon cloth seats instead of maroonish/red. The ceiling motif in the square at the top center of the Mosque ceiling is dark brown/Moroccan red/brown/dark maroon with off white flowers with green leaves. The flowers are small.

                  The lower level the main corridors are 9 feet high. Also the dining room, the TV Sitting Rooms, the shoe closet, the kitchen and the Cafe are 9 feet high. The boy's rooms are 8 feet high, also the bathrooms and laundry room, the exit corridors. The knobs, drawer pulls and hinges in the boy's rooms are antique brass.

                  I decided that there should be a Haitian sun hanging on the wall above the sofa in the TV Sitting Rooms. All three metal art suns are different. I decided not to have a print of the Indonesian Rain Forest. We have real plants and the green houses and courtyards. The third sun is in the Attic Room above the painting of Ahmed and Ishtar. The ceiling motif will have light molasses color area instead of lime green. The ceiling fan and lights are ornate. They are just like the ones hanging from the ceilings of the walk thrus. The ceiling fan lights have light molasses glass cover.
                  The floor lamps on either side of the sofas are brown metal and the glss tulip shades are dark wine color with green leaves in between the three sections of the shades.
                  The African animal prints in the right side TV Room are as follows. There is print of the elephant above the back right end table and a print of the giraffe above the front end table. The male lion print is above the back left table and the ***ra is above the left front end table. On the TV unit there is an elephant figurine on each side of the lower cubicle and there is figurine of the mountain gorilla in the upper cubicles. On the top shelf there are no divider. It is just one longer shelf. On the right side there is the leopard figurine and on the right side there is the cheetah figurine. In the center area there are a widabeast each side and the ***ra in the center.
                  The windows to the right and left of the sofas are 3 feet x 5 feet rectangle triangle windows. The windows open up and down. The upper part of the windows are light green lets light through. The lower part of the windows is clear. The glass is leaded glass and ornate. There are dark brown round tray on each of the back end tables. The trays have 1 inch rim around. There are three African Violet plants in terra cotta clay pots. The pots have terra cotta water trays. The trays get turned twice a week for light. The right African Violets are dark purple, white and light purple. The left side African Violets are the same.

                  The end tables are 2 1/2 x 2 1/2 feet size. They have one drawer and a storage section in the lower part. The doors are 1 1/4 feet wide. The drawer is 2 1/4 feet wide. The knobs, drawer pulls and hinges are antique brass. Also the coffe table and TV Unit. The coffe table is 4 1/2 feet long. It has a storage section underneath in the center area the same size as the end tables. The coffe table is oval at the ends and there are four ornate legs between the table top and the oval underneath section. The legs scre through the lower oval section into wood underneath 2 inch high bottoms of the legs.

                  The left side TV Sitting Room has also African Violets. They are dark purple, white and pink violets. This room has a painting of an Afghani Mujahadeen. The paintin hangs above the right back end table. On the left side there is a painting of an Afghani girl. She wears a head scarf. They wear Afghani clothing. They both look serious. The frames of paintings and prints in these rooms, the frames are dark Moroccan red/brown. The painting and prints are 2 1/2 feet wide x 3 feet high. The Haitian suns are 34 inches diameter..
                  This room has two antique brass hippopotamus. They are about the same size of the rhinos. The hippopotamus have amethist eyes. Amethist is a purple gem stone.

                  There is an Nintendo game unit on the bottom shelf of the TV unit. The hole for the wires goes through the center back to the plug and the TV. The game cartrigides are kept in the bottom side storage areas in the upper sections. There are bird and flower figurines on the TV unit. Each figurine has a bird with a flower. They are all different. There is one in each of the cubicles. Two on the shelf below the TV section and five on the top shelf.

                  There is an outlet centered behind the TV unit, the sofa and each of the loveseats. They are all centered. The outlets are dark brown with antique brass plate covers. The round dimmer switch for the fan and light are located to the right of the right side wall. The switch is dark brown and the metal cover is antique brass. Both the fan and the light have a dimmer switch. They are one above the other. This way the fan speed is controled and the amount of light you get.
                  Next time the kitchen.
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                  • The Samatran Rhinoceros

                    Since the Rhino is Samatran then he is Indonesian and they will be kept in the left side TV Sitting Room. He has ruby eyes. This means that the pygmy hipopotamus are kept in the right side right side TV Sitting Room. The hippopotamus also will have ruby eyes instead of the amethist. There are two of each of these animals. The right side TV Sitting Room is the one with the African animal prints.
                    The painting and prints are 2 feet x 2 1/2 feet size. The end tables are 2 feet x 2 feet square. The front doors to the tables are 11 inches wide. The coffe table is 4 feet long x 2 feet wide. The doors to the cabinet section are 11 inches wide and they face toward the sofa. The coffe table is out 1 1/2 feet from the sofa. The three inch spindel legs are 6 inches from the center cabinet. The matching wood base under the legs are 1 inch high. The coffe table has the oval top and the section under the cabinet and legs is also oval. The front and back of the table is ornate and straight and then after the legs the coffe table curves to form the oval shape. The tables are brown stain.
                    There is a 15 inch high antique brass Buddha on each of the front end tables in the right side TV Room. This is the room with the paintings of the Afghanis Mugahadeen and the young girl. The Mujahadeen has dark hair and beard. He wears a black turbin and Afghani clothes and he has dark eyes. The girl also has dark eyes and she is about seventeen. He is about nineteen.
                    The fan light glass cover is light wine.

                    The cabinets in the emergency exit corridors have red and white vinyl wallpaper for the drawers and the shelves. Wall paper is good because the edges are straight and the back can be cut to fit the shelves and drawers. The other brown stained storage cabinets have dark brown vinyl wallpaper to line the drawers and shelves. This includes the cabinets in the machine room.

                    The Kitchen: You can enter from the corridors that led from the main back corridor past the entrances to the pantries and to the entranceway to the kitchen at the end. You can also enter from the back center double doors from the Dining Room. The kitchen is 32 feet long by 20 feet from the front to the back. Centered on the back wall are the double doors to the Cafe. The both doors are 2 1/2 feet wide. They are Moroccanred/brown and they have 12 inch x 12 inch clear glass window in the upper part. The frame and moldings are brown stained.
                    The kitchen floor is tiled with white low lustre 12 inch x 12 inch tiles. The grout cement between the tiles is white. All tiles have a complimentary grout. Most are a similar shade to the tiles.
                    There are medium dark green mosaic tiles on the lower part of the kitchen walls. The front and side walls the tile is 4 feet high including a finishing tiles along the top. The back wall to the right and left of the doors to the Cafe, the lower tiles are 5 feet high. In the right and left corners there is a built in area for the refrigeratrs. There is one each side. The refrigerators are 3 1/2 feet wide x 5 feet high x 3 feet deep. They are stainless steel. The refrigerators have double side by side doors. The outer doors are 2 feet wide and the doors on the other doors by the side walls are 1 1/2 feet wide. The freezer sections are to the left side for the left refrigerator and the right side for the right refrigerator. The built in area has a side wall toward the Cafe doors and a top. Inside this area the dark green tiles are 4 feet high. The upper walls of the kitchen are low lustre white. This includes the walls and ceiling inside the built in area for the refrigerators. The top of the built in area has dark green mosaic tiles. This means the outside top area. The dark green tiles go around the inside side wall of this built in section. The grout for the medium dark green mosaic tiles, the grout is white.
                    There are shiny white enamel moldings that go around the upper walls where they meet with the ceiling. The ceiling has shiny brass ceiling tiles. The brass ceiling tiles are 12 inch x 12 inch size. They have an eight inch diameter circle in the center of the tiles. The outer part of the tiles are raised. The tiles are ornate.
                    Next time decorating the kitchen.
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                    • The Kitchen/The Laundry Room

                      The Laundry room has a shiny brass ceiling. The tiles are 12 inch x 12 inch size. The tiles are embossed(Raised) and ornate. The windows in the laundry room , the upper parts are light green glass and the lower parts are clear glass. The windows are leaded glass and embossed. They open up and down. Outside there is an awning over the windows. The awning is dark brown stained wood underneath and around the edges. The clay pot shingles on the top of the awning are dark green with dark brown specks.
                      The sofas and loveseats(smaller sofa) are medium wine color. Wine is a purple color and not maroonish burgundy.

                      The kitchen: The ceiling is dark rust color tin ceiling. The tiles are 12 inch x 12 inch size. The color is dark rust brown color. The ceiling moldings that go around the edge of the room, they are also dark rust. There also are dark rust molding that goes around the top of the dark green mosaic tiles. The mosaics are 1 inch x 1 inch size tiles. They come on a sheet 12 inch x 12 inch. The tiles are attached to mesh which helps when pressed to the glue on the walls. The green tiles are color of leaves green but a little darker. The tiles are shaded and not all exactly the same color.
                      Inside the built in area for the refrigerators the tiles on the right and left walls and back wall are 4 feet high. The tiles around the 6 inch side wall are also 4 feet high.
                      Next to the built in sections for the refrigerators are 9 1/2 feet counter. There is a cabinet in the center three feet wide and there is a stainless steel dishwasher either side of the cabinets. The dishwashers are built in. This means there are two 9 1/2 counters, 2 cabinets and 4 dishwashers. One set each side of the center 5 foot wide double door entrances to the Cafe.
                      The sinks are above the cabinets. They are stainless with shiny brass high faucets with shiny brass lever hot/cold handles. The drain pipes, shut offs and supply lines are all shiny brass. The cabinets are Moroccan red/brown. All counter tops are dark green granite counter tops. They are varigated dark green with copper color.
                      The sinks are 2 feet wide. Under the sink is lined with Moroccan red/brown wall paper with rust colored moldings around the underneath edges of the sink. Can of powder bleach cleanser is kept under the sink and also refill bottle of liquid hand soap. There is a bottle for liquid hand soap kept on the back right corner of the sink, The soap bottles are white with white push handle. There is a white dish drainer and rubber tray for water run off. They are located on the dish washer to the far left. There is a white dish pan in the left sink for washing some things that do not go into the dishwasher.
                      On the front wall on the other side of the dining room, the entrance doors from the corridors are located at the right and left corners. The entrance doors are centered with the 5 feet wide corridor. This means that when you enter the kitchen there is one foot to the left of the left entrance door and one foot to the right of the right entrance door. The doors to the dining room are centered with this front wall. The double doors are 2 1/2 feet wide each. They have a triangle canopy top. The top is ornate and Moroccan red/brown. The frame and moldings are also Moroccan red/brown.
                      In between the entrance doors and the center doors to the dining room there are 7 foot wide cabinet each side. The cabinet is Moroccan red/brown with same kind of granite counter top. The left cabinet has baking equipment and the right cabinet has baking equipment. The cabinets are 2 feet deep and 3 feet high. The cabinets have a backsplash.
                      On top of each of the cabinets there is a convection/microwave oven. The convection(quicker cooking oven)/microwave are kept 2 feet in from the outer end of the counter top. The outlet is on the wall above the backsplash. The outlets and switches are off white with shiny brass metal plate covers. The dishwasher outlets are on the wall behind the dishwashers and the refrigerator outlets are above the mosaic tiles on the center back walls.
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                      • More About the Kitchen

                        The cabinets on the front wall between the corridor entrance doors and the dining room doors, the cabinets are 7 1/2 feet wide. First there is a 1 1/2 foot section at the outer side of the cabinet and then there are two three feet wide sections. The three feet wide sections have two 17 inch wide doors. The first section also has 17 inch wide door. There are five 17 inch wide drawers across the top part of the cabinets. The end drawers have off white cooton towels with red stripes.
                        The first lower section is divided into three vertical sections where cookie sheets, baking sheets and pizza pans are kept. In the other two sections there are mixer with stainless steel bowl, food processor, blender and hand mixer. There are also cake, muffin pans. Different kinds and there also are white glass mixing bowls and measuring cups.. Things like that. There is a set of baking equipment in each of the right and left cabinets 7 1/2 foot wide cabinets.
                        In the three center drawers there are other fancy cooking and measuring accessories.
                        One the top of the counters there is a convection oven 1/2 foot in from the outside edge of the counter. The outlet is located 1 1/2 foot in from the end. the convection oven is 2 feet wide. There is another outlet 1 1/2 feet in from the other side of the cabinet. The outlets are on the back wall above the tiles. The 1 1/2 foot wide white microwave oven is located 1/2 foot in from the inside end of the counter. There is 3 feet work space in between the convection oven and the microwave oven.
                        Above the cabinets there are 6 foot long wall cabinet. The cabinets are divided into two 3 foot wide cabinets each side. The cabinets have two shelves which means there are three sections. On the bottom half the shelf has cook books either side of the cabinets. In the center area there are tagines. The shelf above also has tagines and so does the top shelf have tagines. Some are terra cotta cooking tagines and the top shelf and in between the cook books are serving tagines. The collections are the same for each cabinet. There is an ornate molding around the top of the cabinets. The top of the cabinets is finished like a shelf.
                        The upper doors of the cabinets are glass doors with wood frames. The doors are divided into three sections. This means that each double door cabinet has 6 panes. You can see the tagines through the glass door windows.
                        There is a lifelike porcelin rooster on top of the built in refrigerator enclosures. The refrigerators and the side wall measure 4 feet wide. There is a few inches above the refrigerators to allow air to circulate and cool the back coils of the refrigerators.
                        There is an outlet on the side wall near the front of the left dishwasher. The outlet has a white night light and white bulb to keep some light in the kitchen. On the back wall of the right dishwasher there is another outlet about 6 inches from the side wall. This outlet has the white square electric can opener pluged in. The can opener is also an ice crusher. The extra cord goes into the plastic can opener side.
                        Above the sink and dishwasher cabinet there are 6 foot long cabinet. This cabinet is the same as the other side but it is only 6 feet long and it only has one shelf with two sections. On the lower section there is a clear plastic pitcher on each side of the bottom shelf. The upper shelf also has one clear plastic pitcher each side. This makes 8 pitchers all together. On the lower section there are clear drinking glasses. There are 9 glasses every foot in between the pitchers. On the shelf above there are 2 1/2 feet of old fashion clear glasses and the upper section center area has 2 1/2 feet of juice glasses.
                        The kitchen cabinets are Moroccan red/brown. The dark green mosaic wall tiles are 3 1/2 feet high except for the tiles on the wall between the built in area and the doors to the Cafe. They are as high as underneath the upper wall cabinets. The tiles behind the stoves also are higher. They go up to the range hood above the stoves.
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                        • The Kitchen/The Stoves

                          There is 9 inch of wall space each side of the cabinets on the front wall between the corridor entrance doors and the dining room entrance doors. The mix master and bowl appliance has attachments. One of the attachments is for mixing bread dough. The attachments are kept in the second far right and left drawers. There are also the metal beaters for the hand mixers in the drawers. The center drawers have plastic egg separator, aluminum measuring cups, aluminum measuring spoons, white plastic funnels. In the inside second drawers there are cheese slicer, cheese grater, rubber spatuls and wooden spoons and a strainer.
                          The cabinets with the sinks and dishwashers are 6 inches of wall space either side. The plastic dish saop bottle is kept on the counter top right of the sink and top left of the left sink. The white hand soap dispensor is also kept at the top right and left of the sinks. There is a white plastic soap dish kept at the top inside corner of the sink. The soap dish holds a nylon scrubber for cleaning the sinks with the white bleach powder cleanser.
                          If the sink is to the right then the soap bottles are to the top right corner and if the sink is to the left the soap bottles are to the top left corner.
                          I decided not to have juice glasses in the cabinets above the sinks. Instead the juice glass will be kept in a cabinet in the Cafe. This means that there are old fashion glasses on the upper shelf. There are nine glasses a foot and there are 5 feet of glasses. The pitchers are at the end of the glasses and they are clear depressed glass pitchers. Depressed glass is embossed.
                          The stoves are located on the right and left side walls. The walls are 20 feet long. The right wall has the entrance door located at the front of entering the kitchen. The refrigerator is at the back. The stoves are 6 feet long and 2 1/2 feet deep. There ia 7 feet of wall space either side of the stoves. The stoves are stainless steel. They have some shiny brass trim. There are 4 burners on the right side of the stoves, a 3 feet wide griddle and 2 more burners on the left side of the stove top. The burners take up a foot each. There are 2 burners in the front on the right and 2 burners on the back right side. There i 1 burner in the front left side and 1 at the back left side. The knobs of the stoves are located at the front top. The stoves have two ovens each. This means there are four ovens. They each have 2 racks in the ovens.
                          The dark green mosaic tiles behind the stove go up higher than 3 1/2 feet. They go up to the range hood over the stove. The range hoods are rectangle over the stoves and the corners curve to the center and up to the ceiling above. The range hoods are copper. There is a shiny brass 1 1/2 inch wide band that goes around the rectangle cover. There are two switches on the front of the range hoods. They are square and they press to the left they turn on the exhaust fan inside the hood duct and the other switch turns the light under the hood on and off. Inside there are rectangle filters to catch the grease from going into the ducts. The extra filters are kept in the left bottom section of the wall cabinet in the pantry.
                          There are clear crystal fruit bowls in this cabinet on the upper shelf. They are for fruit, pudding, desserts.
                          All the switches and outlets are off white and the metal plate covers are shiny brass.
                          The exhaust fan ducts are located in the ceiling. They go from the range hood out toward the center of the kitchen 4 feet. Then they turn toward the exit corridor and run along the side of the corridor out to the main corridor. Here they turn a litle and run across the main back corridor across to the back exit corridor. The ducts run along the center of the exit corridor to the outside wall. The ducts are vented outside over the back exit door. The vent is centered.
                          Next time the center kitchen island.
                          Last edited by WitchQueen; 1st March 2010, 15:51. Reason: Fixed Something
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                          • The Kitchen Island

                            Island in the middle of the kitchen are cabinets. This island goes longway in the center of the kitchen. The island is 5 feet x 15 feet size. The four corners are 1 foot diagonal cut. The center part of the island is 5 feet wide x 10 feet long. There is a 2 1/2 feet wide x 5 feet cabinet at each end of the island. They face toward the stoves at the right and left walls of the kitchen. There are two 1 1/2 foot wide drawer each end of the island. The drawers hold, spatulas, large spoons, large spoon with slots. Things like that. The end cabinets have two 18 inch doors. The regular pots and pans are kept in these cabinets. One set of pots and pans each end cabinet.
                            The center cabinet section of the 10 foot long front and back sides of the island, the center cabinet section is three feet wide. The doors are 17 inches wide. The dining dishes are kept in this center section in the cabinet facing the doors to the Cafe. There are three stacks of dinner plates on each section of the cabinet. There are three sections and two shelves. This means there are 9 stacks of 8 plates in this cabinet. There is a 3 1/2 foot wide cabinet each side of this center one. The left cabinet has stacks of soup/cereal bowls. four stacks of 6 bowls each section of the left cabinet. The right 3 1/2 feet wide cabinet has the dessert plates. There are four stacks of 6 plates each section of the cabinet. The coffe cups are kept in the Cafe by the coffe urn cabinet.
                            The other side of the island has the same size cabinets. The top center cabinet has 2 large crystal dessert bowls. The middle shelf has the two four slice toasters. The toasters are black square toasters with stainless steel trim. The bottom section has two strainers and two collanders for straining pasta. The top right and left cabinet shelves have the crystal dessert bowls. There are four stacks of 6 bowls each shelf either side of the center cabinet.
                            The bottom right and left sections of the side cabinets is where the white rubber tubs used for the dirty dishes are kept. The rubber tubs are kept on a stainlless steel cart and used for collecting the dirty dishes and bring them to the kitchen. When the dishes are in the dishwasher the tubs are wiped out and kept in the bottom right and left sections of the cabinets on the side facing the dining room doors.
                            There are four recessed lights. the fixtures are rust tin like the ceiling. The fixtures are 5 inch diameter. There are a recessed light centered above the sinks four foot out from the wall. There are also a fixture centered over the cabinets on the front wall. They are also centered out four feet from the wall. There are three hanging lights over the island. One is centered above the island and then there is one to the left and one to the right. The left and right lamps are 3 1/2 feet in from the ends of the island. The lamps hand by antique brass chains. The lamps are like the ones in the TV Sitting rooms. They are dark wine tulip shades with green leaves along the edges of the sections of the shades. There is a white globe inside the light which covers the light bulb. The switches for the lights are located on the wall to the side of the left entrance door to the kitchen. The first switch is for the lamps over the island and the second switch is for the recessed fixtures.
                            There is a knife block kept on the counter by the can opener, ice crusher. There are also some knives in the drawers at the end of the island.
                            I decided that the range hood does not have the switches for the exhaust fan and the light on the front of the hood. Instaed the switches are located on the wall to the side of the stove above the 3 1/2 foot high dark green wall tiles. The switches are on the side of the wall toward the entrance doors to the kitchen. All switches and outlets are off white and the metal plate covers are shiny brass. The hardware on the cabinets and island are antique brass drawer pulls, knobs and hindges.
                            The doors to the Cafe are Moroccan red/brown. The door frame and moldings are also Moroccan red/brown and also the edges of the doors. The other side of the doors on the Cafe side are natural. All doors are varnished withlow lustre varnish.
                            This is the kitchen.
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                            • The Front Corridor

                              More about the kitchen. The lamps should be sun gold color. There are four sections with green glass leaves in between. There is antique brass rims around the sections.
                              The counter tops are dark brown/Moroccan red/brown granite counters. The end doors to the cabinet are 18 inches wide. The drawers above are 18 inches wide. The drawers have two dividers in them for three sections. The left drawers have the knives. Different kinds. The right drawer also has dividers. There are long forks, two. There are a ladel. Things like that.
                              There is an outlet each side of the 3 1/2 foot wide cabinets at the front and back side of the island. the outlets are located to the left upper part of the side of the cabinets. They are located a little down from the top at the sides. There is one double outlet each side. The side cabinets, the doors are 18 inches wide.
                              The stainless stell carts are 1 1/2 feet wide and 2 1/2 feet long. There are a bar handel each end of the carts. One of the carts is kept in the kitchen when not in use. It is kept at the side of the stove on the right side of the kitchen. It is on the side toward the refrigerator. The other cart is usually kept in the Cafe. Both are used with the white tubs for soiled dishes. Carts can also be used for serving food.
                              The trash can for the compost is white rubber. The outside has a design and is rough. The can is semi-circle and the flat side goes against the left stove on the side toward the entrance door.

                              The front corridor is located at the ends of the right and left corridors. The elevator alcove and the right alcove face toward the corridor. There are window seats and columns along the right and left side of the corridor. The window seats and columns are set up the same as the ones on the main level. There are window seats with column in between. the columns have brick sides and white stucco in between. Each column has a V sconce light fixture. The sconces have wine color mosaics each side.
                              The front center of the corridor is where the shoe closet is on the outside wall and the Cafe on the inside wall. At the center of the outer wall there is a 7 foot wide wall with the entrance doors to the shoe closet either side. The entrance doors are 5 feet double doors. They are Moroccan red/brown. There is ornate wood triangle above the doors. The wall in between is 7 feet wide. To the left and right of the doors the walls are 9 feet long and then there is a brick column. the column is 1 1/2 feet wide and 1 foot out from the wall. Then there is 5 1/2 feet of wall space and then a second column,the same. Then starts the window seats. Both sides are the same. The first column and the 5 1/2 feet adds up to 7 feet. This is the outer wall of the luggage closet on the other side of the wall off the shoe closet.
                              There is a brown stained ornate grandfather's clock centered in between the two brick columns. The clock has a glass front door with large brass pendelum and weights and chains. The side sections have glass windows and there are 3 shelves each side. This is where Egyptian artifacts are kept. There are the bottom and the next two shelves with Egyptian gods and the third shelf has Tutankahmen and Nefertti on the shelves. Inside the top of the clock there are Egyptian cats. The clocks are opposites and set up with the same artifacts. Tutankahmen is on the outside shelf and Nefertti is on the inside shelf. All artifacts are opposite. The face of the clock is silver and there are round brass disks with the Arabic numbers in them. the numbers are silver and the hands are black. The top of the clocks is rounded.
                              There is a hutch against the wall in the 7 foot center area. The hutch is brown stained. There is a gold Crescent and Moon kept in the top center shelf. The Crescent and Moon are 7 inches high. There is a wood framed glass door with a lock for this part of the hutch. The door opens from the left and Mohamed keeps the key locked in his right top office desk drawer.
                              There are two sections on the center base top of the hutch. The lower section has a CD player and the upper section has a radio. The wires feed in through the center back. There are 2 speakers on the top shelf of the hutch top and the wires to the CD player and radio connect with the speakers. There are also outlet in the wall behind the hutch for speakers. These outlets go up the wall through the ceiling into speakers in the cafe. This way news or music is fed into the Cafe. More about this when we do the Cafe.
                              There is a plate of Tutankamen centered on the top shelf of the hutch between the speakers. There is one porcelin sheep each side of the radio and CD players. the sheep are on the top right and left side of the top of the hutch base.
                              There are CDs in the top center drawer of the hutch base. Some are Spanish.
                              There may be official flags for the children in the bottom right and left storage areas of the hutch base.
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                              • More About the Front Corridor

                                There is an 8 1/2 foot wall to the left and right of the entrance doors to the shoe closet room. The first brick column is at the end of the 8 1/2 foot wall not including the wall. There is a brick column at the beginning of the 7 foot outside wall of the luggage closet and at the end. This means there is 4 feet space in between the columns. The 4 foot spaces are where the GrandFather's clock are located. One clock each side.
                                There is a print of the Imam Ali Shrine located in Najat, Iraq There is one 4 feet x 4 feet size print on each of the 8 1/2 foot wall. The frames of the prints are dark gold.
                                There is a 5 foot credenza against the walls under the prints. The credenzas are 3 feet high and 1 1/2 feet wide. The credenzas are maroonishred enamel with wine colored hand painted design. The knobs, hindges, and drawer pulls of the credenzas and hutch are antique brass. The credenzas have three drawers in the center. They are 2 feet wide. There is a storage section to the left and right of the drawers and there are three narrower drawers across the top of the credenzas.
                                The climate control vents are under the front panels of the window seats. The panels are light brown.
                                The other side of the corridor. When you come round the corner from the right and left side corridors, The front corner starts with a column. The column is 1 1/2 feet wide and 1 foot out from the wall. There is a column both sides of the corner with a diagonal brick at the corner. Around the corner there is 8 foot brick wall continues each side. At the end of the 8 feet the front wall comes out 2 feet into the corridor. This 2 feet extension is 36 feet long and this is the front of the Cafe. There is a 2 feet x 2 feet column where the extension comes out. this means there are 6 1/2 feet wall in between the corner and the extension. Altogether including the columns the wall from the corner to the 2 feet extension , the walls are 9 1/2 feet.
                                The front of the Cafe is wall papered with medium brown vinyl wallpaper.
                                The entrance door to the Cafe is opposite the center wall of the shoe closet room. The entrance to the Cafe is recessed 3 1/2 feet. then the entrance doors are set in this recessed area. There is a step up. The entire 60 x 65 feet center area of the lower level is one step up. This includes the boy's rooms, dining room, pantries, kitchen and Cafee. Not the exit corridors from the kitchen.
                                The recessed area has brick tile floor. The side walls od the Cafe are brick three feet up and medium brown wallpaper the upper part of the walls.The entrance doors are 3 feet wide and they are antique brass. The doors have glass panel in the top and bottom sections of the door. The doors pull out to the recessed area. Inside the doors have a push bar to exit. The door frame is 7 feet wide. Above the doors there is s stained glass panel. The panel curves at the top right and left corners. The stained glass panel has green grape leaves and wine colored grapes across the window and Cafe is written in the centerabout 2 feet wide. Cafe is written in script and the letters are sun gold.
                                Outside to the left and right of the entrance there is a large dark brown porcelin pot with red antherium flowers. There are three windows either side of the doors. The windows are centered in a 5 foot wide area. The flower pots are centered under the first window either side of the entrance doors.
                                If it is not too crowded there would be a brown stained Mosque bench centered under the middle Cafe window. The windows have antique brass grids that are 4 inch x 4inch size. There are ornate moldings around the windows. The benches are about 1 /12 feet wide. I think the outside wall of the luggage closets and the front of the shoe closet room should be recessed 1 foot so that the corridor is 8 feet wide here.
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