Yesterday, Ask Curbed tackled the eternal concern of whether or not a bathroom in the bedroom (so to speak) is a bad thing. Today, a reader emails to suggest a related topic for discussion:
Yesterday we discussed bathrooms in bedrooms. What about bedrooms without walls? I am often amazed at how many places are for sale/rent without walls in place (bring your own architect). Isn't this offputting to most people? It certainly seems like a developer's scam to me. Also: any war stories from people coping with large pillars in their apartments because they bought into converted industrial buildings never meant for residential layouts? Any urge to take down these necessary evils because views are blocked or beds can't fit in bedrooms?