SETTING THESAURUS

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Settings should always be chosen with care. Consider the emotion you want your viewpoint character to feel and how setting choices, weather elements, and symbolism might build a specific mood in the scene, create tension and conflict, or even raise the stakes.
SIGHTS:
Swivel driver and passenger seats
A lounge area (a couch, comfy chairs, pillows, end tables that pull out from the wall, a TV)
A dining area (a permanent or a pullout table, chairs or bench seating)
A kitchenette (cabinetry, a cooktop, dishwasher, sink, microwave, refrigerator and mini freezer)
Windows with curtains or pull-down shades
Mosquito screens
Overhead storage
A bathroom with a standing shower
A main bedroom (a fixed bed or bunks that fold down, linens, pillows, a closet, storage drawers)
A curtain or pocket door leading to the bedroom
A stacking washer and dryer
Tile or linoleum floors
Skylights
Toys on the floor
A laptop on the dining table
Dishes in the sink
Damp towels hanging over seat backs to dry
Rumpled bed linens
Meals being prepped in the kitchenette
Scenic views out the windows
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TEXTURES AND SENSATIONS:
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PEOPLE COMMONLY FOUND IN THIS SETTING:
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SETTING NOTES AND TIPS:
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RELATED SETTINGS THAT MAY TIE IN WITH THIS ONE:
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DESCRIPTIVE EFFECTS:
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