SETTING THESAURUS

PENTHOUSE SUITE



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HELPFUL TIP:

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:
A private elevator or entrance
A security system with motion sensors
A spacious entryway (high ceilings, marble floor, mirrors, decorative embellishments) which opens up to a large living area
Custom furniture that fits the owner’s sense of style
A state of the art sound system and TV
An opulent fireplace and mantle
Floor-to-ceiling windows that boast skyline views
Guest bedrooms with private bathrooms
A laundry room with new appliances
A sauna and workout room with high-end equipment
An office or library 
An elegant dining room with a centerpiece or candles
Paintings by one’s favorite artists
Artwork (statues or glasswork, etc.)
Antiques or collections that align with one’s interests
Furniture with historical significance (a bed frame from the White House, an Egyptian handmade window screen, etc.)
Sophisticated technological sensors for optimal temperature and lighting
Electronic shades or awnings for one’s private terrace
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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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