Personally, I do like having fish tanks in every room of the house, but apparently this is off putting to people who aren't me. At my house, I have 6 fish tanks containing livestock right now. Yes, that sentence does imply I have more tanks that don't have livestock in them right now. That is true, I do. I live alone in a second floor condominium. A condo, for those of you who don't know, is basically just an apartment that you buy instead of rent. So, when thinking in terms of space and layout, think of my place like an apartment. Just, realize, I own the place, so if something gets messed up or breaks, it's my responsibility as the homeowner to take care of it. There is no landlord to call when my garbage disposal gets clogged with aquarium sand. It's a 2 bedroom condo. I have been using the second bedroom as an office & storage area, but I'll be honest, it's pretty much just a room I never go into. So I'm thinking it might make a nice fish room. Currently, in my living room I have my 20 long Axolotl tank. The walkway between the living room and dinging room houses my 29 gallon community tank. In my dining room I have 2 10 gallon species tanks (pea puffers, and shell dwellers). In my bedroom I have my 20 high betta sorority and my 10 gallon male betta & ADF tank. I have 2 nano (less than 3 gallon) tanks in my kitchen, one of which is a hospital/quarantine tank, and the other is for culturing snails to feed to my puffers. There's actually no tank at all in the spare bedroom right now, which is the room I'm considering turning into a fish room. So basically, even though I have a whole lot of tanks, they're all smaller tanks, with my largest being 29 gallons. I find myself watching the tanks in my living room and dining room a lot, but rarely ever watch the tanks in my bedroom. I mean, I do check on those tanks multiple times a day, and since they're in my bedroom I do look at them in the morning and at night, but I don't just sit and watch them like I do the tanks out in my living room and dining room. Like I said, my spare bedroom / office area is a room I just never use or go into. So I have this extra room. But I feel like if I were to make it into a fish room, I would neglect my fish. The room in itself is very out of sight, out of mind. Since the room is practically empty and unused, I have been considering making it a fish room, but I question how much time I would actually spend in that room if it were. So I want to talk to people who have fish rooms. How much time do you actually spend enjoying your fish room? Do you sit and watch the tanks in your fish room very often? Or do you feel like you would spend more time watching your tanks if they weren't in a fish room? Do you keep any fish tanks in your main living space even though you have a fish room? Has it worked out well keeping your fish space and your living space separate, or do you wish you could just go back to having a few tanks scattered around the house? If I do turn this spare bedroom into a fish room, what can I do encourage myself to actually spend time in that room? How can I make a fish room inviting, and a room I want to hang out in, other than by having a bunch of cool fish in it?