I have many things to be thankful for, my FAMILY most, my friends, and my husband who said YES, to my studio remodel.
Just about ready to remove the wall
I decided to jump out of my craft box and create something big. In the end I made two cabinets like this one, the cube shelf below, another bookshelf, and a cabinet thingy to slide all my muffin tins full of beads in.
Even though things sit out, I’m finding ways to artfully organize – so that it looks creative, but serves a functional purpose too!
These silk strips are hanging on the rail of a vintage baby bed. They add lots of fun bright cheerful color and I can easily see what I have to work with.
Move in day! Took me three days to organize all this stuff!
More scenes from the studio! I stapled chicken wire on my cabinet doors and backed them with fabric and burlap. I clip on stuff to them and can change it when I get tired of it.
A year ago we had a tornado that took out one of our prettiest bradford pear trees. I saved some of the branches which became the swag. – it’s not quite finished yet…work in progress….
I scored big on this buffet that I bought from a thrift store for $60. It was really worn and ugly, but a fresh coat of paint and some elbow grease brought it back to life. I think it likes it’s new home. It stores my sewing supplies and my Momma’s fabric perfectly.
This is the creative side of the studio, where I do my work. The expansion is the video corner.