Hensonville 2011 Guide

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Apt 3

When you enter you are in a large shared living space decked out with a big comfy couch and chair, tons of bean bag chairs and pillows all set up around an entertainment center stocked with TV/VCR, Wii, PS3 and many games. An upright piano is also off to the side of the room.

To the right is a kitchen shaped like an "L" with counter space and stools at the counter for people to sit. Next to the kitchen is a smallish dining room table that seats up to six people.

To the left of the living room is a hallway that leads to a bathroom and two bedrooms.

The first bedroom is Cookie Monster and Rowlf's room - on Cookie's side is a bed with blue and green sheets with cookies printed on them. He has a bookcase with many recipe books. Hanging on the wall are pictures of famous chefs. Rowlf's side has a large dog bed with red blankets. He has a smaller electronic keyboard and stand. He has pictures on the wall of famous musicians such as Elton John and Billy Joel and on his nightstand is a picture of his girlfriend Wanda the Cat (OOC: not sure yet if I'll bring her back again or not)

The second bedroom is Red's and Beth's room - Beth has a simple bed with purple blankets, stuffed penguin and teddy bear. Pictures on the walls of family and friends. Desk with a computer right near her bed. Red's side has her famous hammock and slide set up that we've had from the first time we lived together. Various medals and trophys from swimming extravaganzas are everywhere and pictures of her friends from Fraggle Rock. In the corner of the room is a Fraggle hole so she can come and go from the Rock if she pleases.
 

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Apt 10

How do you do, and welcome to Apartment 10!

You’re immediately faced with a green door with a brass #10 on it. Notice how the knob is a bit lower than usual doors to accommodate our, err, smaller residents. Open the door and step right in!

The main living space is a fairly large room. The walls are a light shade of blue, with gray shag carpeting. To your right is the kitchen area, located in the corner nearest the front door, which consists of a small counter space which holds a coffee maker (primarily used by Julia), a microwave, a toaster, and a sink. There are cabinets above the counter that old all plates, bowls, and other items needed for eating. An oven with a stove top stands on one side of the counter and a white refrigerator stands on the other. The sink is filled with dirty dishes and the refrigerator is packed with an assortment of food. Nothing gourmet, really just simple foods.

On the other side of the kitchen, on the left wall, is a door that leads to the bathroom. There is the main part of the bathroom, which has white tiles and blue wallpaper, where there are three sinks (two of which have stepping stools) at one counter that stand in front of a long mirror. There is a cabinet to the side that holds any grooming supplies needed. Then there are two doors, one leading to the toilet and the other leading to the tub/shower. Now, back out to the main room.

In the middle of the living space is a large, comfy bright green sofa that is great for crashing on when too tired to journey back to a bedroom. The sofa faces a massive TV, the height of six Rizzos. Underneath the TV is a DVD/VHS player, a Wii, an Xbox 360, and a PS2. To the TV’s right is a bookshelf stacked with dozens upon dozens of DVDs, and the bottom shelf is filled with videogames, board games, and puzzles.

You’ll see on the wall facing the door you first entered from, there are three doors. One large purple door in the middle, with two slightly smaller doors to each side. First, let’s go through the smaller door on the right.

Rizzo’s room
: Rizzo’s room is fairly simplistic. He has a tiny bed as which to sleep on, and a tiny dresser to keep track of his shirts, jackets, and hats. He has a mini fridge all for his own self enjoyment, and a nightstand to keep all his trickets and knick knacks. He also has a small bookshelf to hang on to the few books and other items he has. Now, back out to the living space and through the other tiny door.

Pepe’s room
: Pepe has a hammock hanging in the far left corner. He also owns a large mirror, a large dresser for all his various costumes and clothing, a bookshelf, and a tanning bed, so he can always be in prime condition. His walls have multiple posters of beautiful women hung all around. There is a door on his right wall, and if you go through it you'll find a jacuzzi.

Julia’s room
: Finally, through the large door! Julia has a very college-esque dorm. Her unmade bed is tucked away in the far right corner. A desk sits against the right wall, with stacks of books/papers on it, along with her beloved laptop. A black swivel chair sits in front of the desk. On the other side of her bed is a large bookshelf which holds her array of books, plays, and graphic novels. In the lower right hand corner is a small table that has a mirror and all of her make up/feminine products. Posters of Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Blues Brothers, LOST, and theatre productions litter her walls. The one really nice thing about her room is the walk in closet. It’s not a very large closet, but allows for her to contain all her clothes and shoes.

And that's been the tour! Hope you enjoy your stay!

:rolleyes::shifty:
 

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Apartment #6

When you walk through the door of the apartment you enter a cozy-looking living room. A sofa large enough for four Fraggles and a Silly Creature sits against one wall, and a small entertainment center with a television, VCR and DVD/Blu-Ray player is against the other. There are a few pictures on the walls, of Kim, the Fraggles and the Minstrels.

The kitchen has all the common appliances- stove, oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher. The fridge and cupboards are fully stocked with everyone's favorite foods including enough Doozer sticks to keep the Fraggles satisfied. The table is round and big enough for everyone to sit around comfortably. On the wall next to the fridge is a large calender to keep track of everyone's activities, complete with color-coding.

Kim's room is fairly neat with a full-sized bed, nightstand with bedside lamp and a dresser. The bed is made with burgandy sheets, a purple blanket and a quilt with white, olive green and lavender patches. There's a bookcase near the door that holds Kim's books, including her Nancy Drew collection, her Bible and favorite Christian fiction, assorted Muppet-related literature and Adventures in Odyssey audiobooks. The bottom shelf is reserved for library books. There's a small desk with her laptop on it as well as her Nook, iPod and the wireless printer.

Next door to Kim's room is Gillis' room. Gillis has a twin-sized bed with an olive-green comforter, a desk at which to compose music, a cozy armchair for sitting and reading and a keyboard to help him compose. The drawers of Gillis' desk are stocked with staff paper as well as all of his batons. On top of the desk are a few pictures: one of the Minstrels, one of Brio by herself and another of Richard Hunt. He also has a small bookcase that holds his CD collection.

Next to Gillis' room is the apartment's only bathroom. It's a full bath, with toilet, sink, and tub/shower set-up.

Across the hall from Kim and Gillis are the "kids" rooms. First is Boober's which, like his cave, is impeccably neat. The futon with its tan sheets and blue-green blanket is neatly made, and his desk and dresser are free from clutter. Boober has three different hampers in his bedroom to make sorting his laundry easier.

Next door to Boober is Tosh's room. Like Boober Tosh has a futon bed only hers is made with a plum-colored quilt. In addition to her bookcase where part of her Fraggle Pebble collection is displayed, and her desk. There is also a large dog bed and a blanket for Beast. All of Beast's toys are kept in the closet. In another corner, well away from Beast's, is Tosh's moss-collecting basket.

Mimzy's room is on the other side of Tosh's. It's similar in set-up to Tosh's, except that instead of a futon Mimzy has a loft-type bed. Underneath her loft bed is a beanbag chair as well as her moss-collecting basket. Mimzy keeps her pebble collection in the topmost drawer of her nightstand. In each of the Fraggles' rooms there is a tunnel opening leading to Fraggle Rock so that they can return there whenever they feel the need.

-Kim
 

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Welcome to room 4 - somehow we got all our things moved in with a minimum of difficulty, but we fear that the rickshaw we use to haul our things is very nearly on its last legs - er, wheels. But I digress.

Main room: Cream-colored walls, wooden floors with area rugs in plum, gold and blue. Furniture includes a maroon sofa that has seen years of use, two armchairs and several beanbag chairs grouped around a coffee table. In one corner is a small table holding the television and video/DVD player, and nearby is our stereo system - an overhauled and souped-up Victrola that can play records, CDs and tapes and has a jack for people's MP3 players. In another corner is Storyteller's hut - this season she's going in for the moss agate look, with terra cotta pots of shrubs and flowers grouped hither and yon. Against one wall near the chairs is a well-filled bookshelf, and on the walls are various photos, paintings and posters.

Kitchen: The kitchen has walls painted in a yellow ochre - sort of a pumpkin color, and a dark slate floor. There is a glass and wrought-iron table with chairs for five. On the counter are several teapots, a coffee maker and a recently purchased counter-top tandoori oven, next to bowls of fruit and vegetables and jars of spices.

Bathroom: A full bath with the usual and necessary fixtures, with pale green walls and dark green tiles. On the walls are various prints of mountain and seascapes from around the world.

Erin and Nora's room: Light indigo flocked wallpaper and dark blue carpet.
On Nora's side of the room: Nora's white wrought-iron daybed, made up with a lilac-colored comforter and several floral-patterned pillows. The white wooden dresser has a pattern of cornflowers and forget-me-nots on it, and the bookshelf and rolltop desk are decorated likewise. The desk contains Nora's computer and several books, and more are to be found on the shelf. The walls have photos of Nora's family, a few landscape prints and pictures of famous authors.
On Erin's side of the room: A futon-style bed made up with blue sheets, a multicolored quilt and several mismatched pillows. A bookshelf next to the bed is overflowing with books, and a lava lamp and various mementos sit on top. The dresser is likewise in same condition. The desk - a basic teak model - contains more books as well as Erin's computer. On the walls are rock posters, photos taken on various trips, as well as a silk wallhanging depicting Mt. Fuji.

Scooter and Beige's room: Light orange wallpaper with thin turquoise stripes, and a dark green carpet.
Scooter's side of the room: An oak bed covered with a green, orange and blue quilt, and pillows in same colors. Next to the bed is a dresser and a desk, with Scooter's computer, his telescope and various Muppet Show mementos. Scooter's guitar leans up against the bed. On the walls are movie and rock posters, and photos of family and friends.
Beige's side of the room: A bed styled after a niche in a cave, with the stalactites and stalagmites forming the four posters, and made up with blue linens. A small desk contains books and mementos from Fraggle Rock, and on top of Beige's dresser sits a miniature rock fountain, now plugged in and burbling away. For wall decor, Beige has selected several prints of cave-scapes.
 

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Edit for Chef's birthday...it's March 19.Sorry.
 

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Apartment #12

The front door, which has a small corkboard with pushpins for messages, opens into an entry area separated from the living room by two half-walls of bookcases. The architecture of the entire apartment is reminiscent of 1910s Craftsman style: squared archways; geometric molding around the windows, doors, cornices and baseboards; a ceramic-tiled fireplace. Natural woods predominate in the furnishings, buffed to a glowing sheen of oak and maple. The windows are all either double-hung with framing vertical panes, or else entirely of stained glass. Hardwood floors throughout except in the baths, which have tiling.

The entry area has a Victorian hall tree to the left (a large sort of bench seat, with numerous hooks above it for hats, coats, etc). To the right is a console table with space for roomies to deposit packages, keys, mail, etc. There are open doorways left and right leading to short hallways. Straight ahead is the main living area. The fireplace is large but low, and it’s instead the shelves to either side of it and above it which draw the eye – along with the combination of clear-paned and stained-glass windows above the bookshelves. The stained glass depicts various Muppets cavorting in a springy-green garden on the left side, and in an autumnal one on the right. The bookshelves hold art and photography books, books on Art Deco, Art Nouveau and the Craftsman movement, books on journalism, and a couple that are in some esoteric language of symbols. Also among the books are a small award statue, a fossil fish encased in sandstone, a raven cast in lead, and another award depicting a rat in a ballgown. Tall vases of curly willow with tiny lights twined among the branches sit where the shelves end at the room’s corners. A flatscreen TV is on the right-hand wall; abstract expressionist paintings in dark, muted earth tones are on the left. A sectional sofa in dark leather takes up most of the room, arranged in an L shape to accommodate fire-enjoying or TV/DVD watching. A plush wool rug covers the floor in front of the sofa, and a beat-up wooden steamer trunk serves as a coffee table. Lamps dangling from the ceiling and attached to the walls are all simple Prairie-style, with gold mica shades. This whole area smells clean and rather woodsy.

From the entry, the left-hand hallway leads to a bathroom, a narrow linen closet, the study, Rhonda’s room, and at the far end, Newsie’s room.

The bathroom looks updated: although the style is older, the tiles, the fixtures and the paint are all newer. Floor tiles are dark blue and white alternating, and the wall tiles are dark blue with a border at the top of blue-and-white ceramics depicting boats and the sea. This bathroom has a shower stall but no tub, the usual toilet and sink and ceramic holders on the walls for towels, etc. A small window is glazed for privacy.

The small study is lined with bookshelves, containing all sorts of nonfiction and reference books: more journalism studies, current events, history, the complete OED, etc. An iMac tricked out in Steampunk style graces the desk (wooden frame for the screen, keyboard looks like an old typewriter, lots of additional unnecessary gears and cogs and LED lights cobbled on to the display). CDs and notebooks are wedged in among the bookshelves. A small window has wooden blinds to shut out any distractions, although the window may also be opened to let the fresh air in. The room smells of old paper and leather.

Rhonda’s room is larger than one might expect for a rat. The walls are painted a soft cream so as not to contrast with everything else on them: gorgeous silk kimonos on hangers, framed newspaper writeups of shows she’s been in or worked for, Art Deco-era travel posters for Paris and Rome and Venice and London. Her bed is one of the round kind popularized in the ‘60s, with dark wine-colored satin sheets and a coverlet of very soft faux mink fur. Her wardrobe is enormous and features a rolling ladder so she can reach all of the racks of outfits stored inside. A cupboard beside the wardrobe houses her shoe collection, which rivals Piggy’s. A 1920s Deco vanity with a huge round mirror takes up the opposite wall from the wardrobe; numerous sticky notes to herself (“pick up drycleaning. Tell Goldie NO on Spam report”) and photos of herself with some of the other Muppet rats and with her Animal Show costars are taped to the edges of the mirror. Numerous small perfume vials, brushes, fur curlers, and makeup jars clutter the antique vanity. A lap-desk for her laptop computer is tucked beside the bed. A gorgeous multi-armed crystal chandelier hangs from the ceiling, and plush cream-colored carpet covers the floor – the only room fully carpeted. Her room’s scent changes depending on which perfume she’s favoring currently.

The Newsman’s room is an exercise in utility and privacy. His plain, narrow bed is neatly made at all times (even with him in it), with plain white sheets and a very loud brown plaid comforter – which doesn’t quite match the orange-and-yellow plaid pillow sham – or the brown-and-yellow tab curtains covering the window. A reddish rag-rug covers the floor by the bed. His furniture is simple, unpainted wood: a nightstand, a dresser, a small desk and chair, all sized for a Muppet. A clear lamp full of marbles topped by a cowboy-and-bronco-silhouette lampshade sits atop the nightstand. Nightlights of a teddy bear and a smiley face are plugged in near the bed and the door. A small wooden bookshelf holds a few more personally relevant titles. A photo of Newsie with his mother adorns the otherwise spartan desk; when he’s home, his Powerbook sits there too. A spare pair of glasses in a case and a small tray for pocket change are the only things atop the dresser. A small closet holds hangers for several identical sports coats, neatly creased pants, dress shirts, one tuxedo in a protective plastic bag, a couple pairs of shoes and a small ironing board and iron. The only things on the walls are framed, autographed pictures of Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings, Robin MacNeil and Jim Lehrer, and Edward R Murrow, and a large calendar with appointments clearly marked below bland nature photos. The room has absolutely no scent, except on cleaning days when it reeks of Pledge.

From the entry, the right-hand hall leads to a kitchenette, the playroom, another bathroom, and Kris’ room.

The galley-style kitchenette is done in warm reds and cheerful Spanish tilework, with faux brick flooring. It contains basic modern appliances: small stove/oven, ‘fridge, microwave, toaster. There are a couple of counters, enough cupboards to store a few dishes and pots and pantry items, and a breakfast nook with two benches on either side of a table next to the window. It always smells like cinnamon or apples or cookies in here.

The playroom is set up with a large TV and a Wii console, a frumpy old green sofa and a couple of well-used club chairs, and a billiards table with one leg propped up by bits of stacked cardboard. A wall cabinet holds cues. Posters from TMM, TGMC, MTM, and the newest film adorn the dark goldenrod walls, and a couple of red-and-gold fake-persian rugs keep the floor from being totally naked. There’s just enough room for people playing pool not to interfere with people playing the Wii and vice versa. The room may smell faintly of whatever was last spilled on the rugs.

The second bathroom is slightly larger than the first, and done mostly in black and white: black tiles on the floor, white-and-black patterning the walls, fluffy black bath rugs on the floor, white fixtures, and ornately-framed engravings from Elizabethan theatre on the walls. A large clawed bathtub with shower curtains hanging above dominates the room; the curtains are a very dark red, as are the towels on the racks. Another crystalline chandelier in clear quartz, smoky quartz, and rose quartz provides the illumination, along with graceful Nouveau fixtures above a mirror. A cabinet holds more towels, scented candles, bath gels and other such indulgences. The window is stained glass, depicting someone taking a bow center stage (reminiscent of Walter’s triumphant bow, though the person in the window is anonymous).

Kris’ room reflects her eclectic tastes. The queen-sized bed is placed catty-corner off to the right, with a half-canopy above it of netting supporting garlands of silk autumn leaves and twinkly lights. A quilt of hundreds of overlapping fabric leaves in fall hues covers the bed. A small table holds a mica-shade lamp, a glasses case, and a gargoyle-themed dish for rings, matches, etc. A large wooden drafting table and antique stool sit on the left side of the room; the table usually has a laptop computer on it. A bookshelf unit by the table holds books on tech theatre, cemeteries, books on gargoyles as well as a couple of French gargoyle reproductions in bonded stone, and fiction which seems largely dark fantasy (Bradbury, Poe, Bierce, China Mieville) with some more mainstream authors thrown in (Stephen King, Jasper Fforde, Jim Lehrer). A framed print of Dali’s “The Broken Bridge and the Dream,” one of Jacek Yerka’s “Swimming Lesson,” and black-and-white prints of Harry Clarke’s illustration for Poe’s “A Cask of Amontillado” and Doré’s illustration of “The Raven” casting his shadow down on the poem’s melancholy narrator decorate the walls, which are a soft golden-yellow. The mahogany dresser on the right sports a ceramic haunted house luminaria for large candles, a black spindly wire tree full of earrings, and ceramic and wooden boxes for jewelry. A wall calendar displaying old pictures of NYC hangs on the closet door. A corkboard with various postcards, family photos, memos, and a photo of Newsie from season 1 TMS hangs over the drafting table. The room smells like fall leaves.

Note: the Martians don’t have a room of their own…they come and go randomly as they wish. Since, like fish, they have no eyelids, no one knows whether they actually sleep, but they might be observed huddled together as if resting in odd locations: under the pool table, inside the microwave, upside-down from the living room fireplace flue, etc.
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Apartment #6 (2012 edition)

When you walk through the door of the apartment you enter a cozy-looking living room. A sofa large enough for three Fraggles, a Muppet girl and a Silly Creature sits against one wall, and a small entertainment center with a television, VCR and DVD/Blu-Ray player is against the other. There are a few pictures on the walls, of Kim, the Fraggles, Lily and her family and the Minstrels. In the wall by the entertainment center is the Fraggle hole that connects the resident Fraggles to Fraggle Rock.

The kitchen has all the common appliances- stove, oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher. The fridge and cupboards are fully stocked with everyone's favorite foods including enough Doozer sticks to keep the Fraggles satisfied. The table is round and big enough for everyone to sit around comfortably. On the wall next to the fridge is a large calender to keep track of everyone's activities, complete with color-coding.

Kim's room is fairly neat with a full-sized bed, nightstand with bedside lamp and a dresser. The bed is made with burgundy sheets, a purple blanket and a quilt with white, olive green and lavender patches. There's a bookcase near the door that holds Kim's books, including her Nancy Drew collection, her Bible and favorite Christian fiction, assorted Muppet-related literature and Adventures in Odyssey audiobooks. The bottom shelf is reserved for library books. There's a small desk with her laptop on it as well as her Nook, iPod and the wireless printer.

Next door to Kim's room is Gillis' room. Gillis has a twin-sized bed with an olive-green comforter, a desk at which to compose music, a cozy armchair for sitting and reading and a keyboard to help him compose. The drawers of Gillis' desk are stocked with staff paper as well as all of his batons. On top of the desk are a few pictures: one of the Minstrels, one of Brio by herself and another of Richard Hunt. He also has a small bookcase that holds his CD collection.

Next to Gillis' room is the apartment's only bathroom. It's a full bath, with toilet, sink, and tub/shower set-up.

Across the hall from Kim and Gillis are the "kids" rooms. First is Boober's which, like his cave, is impeccably neat. The futon with its tan sheets and blue-green blanket is neatly made, and his desk and dresser are free from clutter. Boober has three different hampers in his bedroom to make sorting his laundry easier.

Next door to Boober is Tosh's room. Like Boober Tosh has a futon bed only hers is made with a plum-colored quilt. In addition to her bookcase where part of her Fraggle Pebble collection is displayed, and her desk. There is also a large dog bed and a blanket for Beast. All of Beast's toys are kept in the closet. In another corner, well away from Beast's, is Tosh's moss-collecting basket.

Lily's room is next to Tosh's. She has a standard twin-sized bed with light yellow sheets and a pink blanket and comforter. Lily's favorite doll sits at the head of the bed leaning up against the pillow. Her bookcase holds a few books and some pictures of her family, mainly her mom and dad. Lily's backpack hangs off of the back of her desk chair when she's not taking it to school.

-Kim
 

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Hello, and welcome to the craziness that is room 13!

When you first enter the apartment, you will see the living room (of coarse) the living room is made up of a white sofa and a matching chair. There is a huge tv on an entertainment center with a playstation 2 and 3, a wii, a N64, a GameCube, and finally, an Xbox 360, all inside the many cabinets to the massive thing.


Now on to the bedrooms:

Grace;

A dark blue (almost night sky) color makes up the walls, with white carpet. A computer desk with various knick knacks and a Mac are in the left corner, and a hammock makes up the right corner of the room. A bookshelf is down the middle of the room, with various books like:

The Harry Potter serise.

Lemony Snicket's a serise of unfortunate events.
A nook with many more books
A dictionary
Percy Jackson and the Olympians serise
The muppet show book

And at the top of the bookshelf, the very top row is reserved for her my little pony collection.

Don:

A very neat, badge colored room, with a basic and plain milky white carpet.
A piano is in the left corner, and a twin sized bed is in the other side. His prized statue of willaim Shakespeare (He calls him Bill) classical music is almost always playing in his room.


Cantus;


A nice grass green wall color, with a brown carpet. A Fraggle hole is on the left side of his room, and he sleeps in a hammock above the Fraggle hole. He also has a computer desk where he keeps his magic pipe. He keeps a cabinet to store things in, and a jar that has doozer sticks in it.

Telly:

Triangles. Everywhere. Orange ones, yellow ones, pink ones.... All against a electro blue background. It will give you a headache when you first enter, so be warned! Telly keeps a picture of him with all of his friends from sesame street on a nightstand beside his twin bed. He also keeps a picture of his friend Baby Bear on the same nightstand. He has a bookshelf with various books and movies scattered on it.


Abby:


Hit pink walls, with glitter on them. So.Much.Glitter.

Abby's bed is a Cinderella carige style bed, with fluffy pink blankets, and soft white pillows. Various pictures of her with her friends, her classmates, he family, and her teacher are on a picture board on the right side of her room.



And that concludes your tour of room 13! Thank you, come again!
 

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Room #15

Upon entering room #15, you will immediately have three choices. You can go through the door on your left, go through the door on your right, or just go straight (no door involved). Let us start by going right, shall we?

Once you enter the door to the right, you will find yourself placed in the bathroom, a room with light yellow wallpaper and a checkered pattern on the floor. Straight ahead is the toilet, to your right is the sink, a mirror hanging above, and to your left is the bathtub. Directly above the toilet you will find a rack hanging on the wall with three shelves, the top shelf for Bobo, the middle shelf for Beau, and the bottom shelf for Hubert. The contents of the shelf is as follows:

Bobo's shelf: a rubber duckie, scrub brush, blue soap dish (with soap inside), hairdryer (for some strange reason), tweezers, and nail clippers

Beau's shelf: small handheld mop (just in case), red soap dish (with soap inside), and comb

Hubert's shelf: green soap dish (with soap inside) and comb

On the sink counter, there is a toothbrush holder, housing three toothbrushes, each color coded in the same way as the soap dishes. There is also a towel rack on the wall beside the rack, which holds color coded towels. In the corner, between the shower and the toilet, lies a door which leads to a small storage closet which houses a wide variety of holiday decorations and other useless items that the three somehow brought.

When you go through the door to the left after entering the apartment, you will face a wall. Do a little 90 degree spin, and you will be facing a wide hallway, the kitchen. Counters and cupboards line each wall, with an island sitting in the center. The right wall also houses the refrigerator, while the left wall houses the stove and dishwasher.

The final choice upon entering, going straight, leads you to the living room, a room with white walls and a blue carpet. Along the back wall is a television set in a stand, equipped with side cupboards that house a Wii and Hubert's extensive DVD collection. A purple, 3 cushioned couch faces the TV. There is also another, one seated chair diagonal to the couch, and a table in between the couch and TV, which is often used to set snacks on or play games on. There is a shelf in the room that also holds entertainment items, such as board games and puzzles. An vintage lamp sits in the corner. On the left wall (left after walking straight into the living room), you will find a small coat closet. On the right wall (right after walking straight into the living room), there are three doorways, leading to the bedrooms of the three tenants.

When you turn to face the doorways, the one farthest to the right is Beau's room. When walking into this room, to the left is Beau's bed, a single bed with a blue blanket on it, neatly made. Beside his bed is a smaller, rectangular bed, in which Belleregard, his prized mop, lies. There is a dresser across the room with a few small items such as Beau's harmonica and some puppets. A closet is also in the room.

Bobo's room, the room in the middle, is painted blue with yellow carpeting. His room has almost an identical setup as Beau's. A large, framed photo of Cindy Crawford hangs over his bed. His closet features his clothing, such as his security guard outfit, pajamas, and some other varied outfits, including a very nice sailor's suit.

Hubert's room is set up the same way as the other two, only his closet is on the opposite wall. The room has orange walls and a green carpet, with a nightstand beside his bed. His dresser features a wide variety of Muppet items, the rest of which are located on a shelf set up in his room. Posters line the walls, as follows:

1. An I Love Lucy cast poster, featuring Lucy, Ricky, Fred, and Ethel.
2. A Dick Van Dyke cast poster, featuring Rob, Laura, and Richie Petrie, Sally, Buddy, and Mel.
3. A Leave It to Beaver poster, featuring the Cleaver family.
4. A poster Andy Taylor, Barney, Opie, and Aunt Bee, from the Andy Griffith Show.
5. A poster of Ralph and Alice Kramden from the Honeymooners.
6. A poster of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas from Green Acres.

Something is very peculiar about Hubert's closet, because it is connected to Bobo's closet, so that if the two both looked past their clothes, they could see each other opposite them.

And that concludes our tour of room #15.
 

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When you first walk into the apartment you notice a very elegant like dining room yet with a sense of urbanization. The floors are a very glossy cherry wood, and the walls are a soft, ballerina pink color. Along the walls are beautiful pictures of expensive art imported from Paris, and some of the pictures are of the city of Brooklyn. Above the breathtaking tri-sofa, is what seems to be a cute little portrait of Elizabeth, Little Murray Sparkles, and Bridget.

Bridget’s Bedroom
Bridget’s bedroom has a very classy theme, with A LOT of pink. Her walls are strictly hot pink, with a white border at the bottom and top of the room. Just as the living room, her bedroom floors are a glossy cherry wood. Under her enormous queen-sized bed, (which happens to have a Miss Piggy comforter), is a circle shaped, fuzzy rug to match the border of her bedroom. In front of her bed, is a very Hollywood like vanity with pictures of all of her closest Muppet friends and human relatives along the mirror. There is an endless amount of cosmetic products on top of the vanity of all different shapes and colors, and of course a perfectly framed picture of her favorite Muppet of all time- Kermit. Due to the fact that she is a diehard musical fan, there are many posters of her favorite Broadway productions including Wicked, The Lion King, and Annie. Her clothes are perfectly arranged in an organized manner by color in her walk-in closet, as well as her stylish shoes. Her Muppet collection is displayed on the top of her tall, white bookshelf to the right of her vanity. The collection includes several figurines, Muppet books, movies, and products.
*She also has a removable doorknob sign that can be reversed. On one side, it reads: “Princess Bridget at your service”, and on the other, “DO NOT DISTURB.”

Elizabeth & Little Murray Sparkles
Elizabeth is very much attached to her little fur ball of joy Little Murray Sparkles, therefore, he resides in the same room as her so that they are never apart. Being that Elizabeth is from the city of Brooklyn, her bedroom has many pictures of the skyscrapers of New York. Unlike her roommate Bridget, she prefers more neutral, nature colors such as forest green and autumn leaf red. Her bed, (which is rather small), wears a white and red plaid comforter, similar to the pattern on her signature dress. She has a small wooden dresser and stool, two wide windows in the back of her room, and a cute little spot in the corner prepared for Little Murray Sparkles to rest. His resting spot is kept company by his water bowl, little box, and a few squeaky toys.

Baby Natasha
This cute baby monster being babysat by Bridget while her parents are away, lives in a very cozy girly themed nursery! The main attraction of her adorable bedroom is her pink crib in which she sleeps tightly in every single night, after being rocked to sleep. Above it is a mobile made of little stars and crescents. There is also a mini bookshelf when you first walk in, which holds a collection of children’s books including, Muppet Babies, The Monster at the End of This Book, etc.
 
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