I love mine very much. Actually, I didn't use it for a few years from being burned out as a pro printing other people's stuff. I've been back for a few years now with a fresh eye. I built it in my mom's garage in the mid 80's. It's a wonderful therapeutic place to do art. It's a strange place where hours turn into minutes. It's only 10'x6'.
Like agnosticnikon, I designed my darkroom into our new house, back in 1970. I wish I'd made it bigger, but I love it. My previous darkroom was about four feet square, so my 12 X 14 one seemed really big at the time.
I hate mine ... not because I don't enjoy printing, but because I have to build it every time, it's extremely hard to make light-tight and is cramped and physically very uncomfortable once I'm in there, and then when I've finished I have to break it all down and clean up - so an hour at the beginning and an hour (at least) at the end of each session.
As a result I only print for a couple of hours a month and I can't learn fast enough. The idea of having a room where I just walk in, shut the door and have everything at my fingertips is beyond thinking ...
moan moan moan moan moan moan.
And I downsized a little in my last move :(