- Feb 7, 2009
~ Reyson's Room ~
With a recessed nickel handle, a solid, dark wooden sliding door made for a different sort of entrance to one of Blue Moon's numerous and uniquely different private areas.
Dark, rich colors comprised the bedroom's palette, with whites present here and there and several choice pieces of artwork scattered throughout, giving off a masculine, yet still vibrant feel. The walls were gray with simple but decorative molding running along their lengths. The main floor was a smooth, sleek marble, with a slightly raised section of gray slate nearby the bed and a black carpeted area covering from the foot of the bed over to the fireplace on the far wall. The furniture was black, from a large, cushy, black leather ottoman to the endtable and dresser, to the black and stainless steel lamp beside the bed, to the bed itself; black frame, black headboard, with gray pillows, a gray mattress, and a soft, white cottony blanket. A chandelier hung in the room's center, something simple enough yet still pretty to look at. Against one wall were two long windows with a decent view, considering the room's location on the fourth floor, but most of the time these were covered by a pair of beige curtains thick enough to block out natural light.
Attached to the bedroom was a nicely sized bathroom, one befitting that of such a fancy brothel. Gray slate floors. Matching gray slate walls. A beautiful wooden ceiling with soft blue recessed lighting. A large bathroom mirror with a marble countertop, several scented candles set off to one side, and just past them a long, stand-alone closet, a lighter shade of oak that housed everything from simple toiletries to elegant bathrobes and fancy bathing accessories. The bathtub was cozy, something comfortable enough for one person to relax in but two, should they wish to share it, would end up having to snuggle awfully close. Next to it the shower was a bit bigger, consisting of two showerheads on opposing walls with a single drain in the center, and the shower area itself being open and visible to anyone else using the bathroom. The toilet was given its own private area, though not without its own artistic elegance; a colorful vase in one corner, beautiful artwork on the walls, and beveled glass to see in and out while still maintaining a respectable degree of privacy.