The door is always closed. The dark green means possible placement on the floor. Should the fan point inward, outward, at the wall? Thanks!
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Fans are used for 1) circulation, and/or 2) cooling.
1) without adequate circulation, mold and mildew can develop, especially in a damp environment. Areas that are most likely to inhibit circulation are low areas between the bed and wall and in the closet (if closed off with a door).
Therefore, I’d recommend your location by the window. In fact, I think I’d point the fan slightly towards the closet and bed so it circulates the air in a swirling motion around the room.
2) When Air is blown across your skin, it creates a cooling effect. So, I also like the area by the window. The area on the table might be too close and cause discomfort. The area on the floor would be partially blocked by the table.