Thanks for the feedback. My name is Adam. The subfloor is wood.
Floor 2: Working N/S, from the master bed/bath, makes a lot of sense to me, since there would only be that one closet to work backwards. That was the way I was originally thinking, because of the long hallway in the master bath and closet. The main hallway in the center was throwing me off with the sort of spiral of doorways. I couldn’t decide which would be easier.
Floor1: The other issue, I thought, was if the boards aesthetically need to run the same direction upstairs and downstairs. I know this is opinion, but is that something you see a lot as a contractor? This is my first 2-story house.
Running the boards N/S seems to solve that question, because both floors would run N/S and have the least amount of working backwards.
Do you see any issues with transitioning to the carpet stairs? I have done stair noses before to the basement, so I’m familiar with that. I haven’t transitioned at the bottom of steps before, nor have I done much with carpet. Currently, the carpet runs from the floor, completely covers the stairs, and then continues upstairs. I plan on cutting it so that the carpet remains on the stairs and terminates at both ends. I assume there is already a seam there and a tac strip to hold it down. Does it not matter which direction the boards run at the bottom, because there would be a quarter round or something covering the transition?
Your cleanup of my drawing was mostly correct. One closet is in the wrong room. I have attached a picture of a more traditional floorplan with some measurements. Hopefully, that helps. Sorry for the wrinkles.