Ever wonder if the settings you picture when you’re reading a book matches what the author had in mind when it was written?
If the writer has done well, the picture you’re given should be clear to you, or at least never give you details that contradict what you’ve been led to believe.
Here’s a very rough drawing of the layout of Jo’s apartment. I have no space planning experience and this is not drawn to scale. Just a sketch to give you an idea of what I had in mind as I wrote.
Is it anywhere close to what you pictured? Does it at least not shatter your perception of what it should be?