We closed on our new house yesterday, and today we decided who's going to get what rooms. I had my choice of two smaller upstairs rooms for my home office/studio. The smallest was 10 feet square so I went for next-larger 10' x 11'. The front wall in the top photo is 10 feet wide. In the middle photo, the side wall is 11 feet from the front wall to the closet doors (the mirrored closet door gonna hafta go). The bottom photo shows the 3-foot set back beside the closet and the entry door. With only a 7' 6" ceiling it's definitely NOT a primo studio space, but I'll do the best I can with layout, acoustic, treatment, and decor and it will do nicely. Mrs_S can't really complain about my private guitar space if it's doing double-duty as my work-from-home office. (I work from home permanently, not just during pandemics.) I'm mostly going to be doing silent guitar recordings in this room, using small tube amps and a load box/cab sims. The only live mic recording will be acoustic guitars and the occasional vocal, so I'm not really worried about containing sound within the room. I'll just have to do whatever I can to make it a decent mixing environment despite it's small size. Moving into the rest of the house will take a few weeks, but I plan on resurrecting this thread down the road as the studio project gets going.