Monday, March 17, 2008

Studio Sweet Studio


I've been hard at work: creating. Creating a space where I can create. The kitchen table was my craft studio. With three people in a 900-square-foot home, there wasn't much choice. Or so I thought.

Careful consideration goes into how our space at home is used. In fact, I have found great inspiration to do more with less, after seeing these amazing houses from the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. So much can be accomplished in small spaces. But, the kitchen table was a creative mess. With a dreamy thought bubble over my head, I wondered, "It would be so nice to have a whole room as a craft studio. But do I really need it?"

We have one linen closet and with husband's "O.K.", I decided to give it a redesign. Out came the sheets, towels, boxes and one shelf. In went containers of little goodies, spools of ribbon, command hooks (love those!), yarn, grandma's sewing machine, fabric, felt, thread, glues, papers and a mini upholstered seat. Voila! Instant craft studio.


It would have been much more dramatic to take a "before" picture, but sometimes good ideas come too late. It may be small, but it's mine, all mine. And we can eat dinner at the table again. Hooray! Now, what do I do with all the towels??

6 comments:

casch said...

Heck, hang some towels in the bathroom, hide the remainder in the dryer!! I absolutely love the "craft room" ~ and you can tell much thought and organization went in to it! congratulations on a job well done!! HOORAY!!

Mir said...

Diane, I am so happy for you! I love your workspace and to have a little nook for yourself is great. I love your set up ... Congratulations!

Katie Trott said...

It looks so very cute! I bet it feels so great to use, nice work!

Roslyn Atwood said...

Big use from a little space, congrats!
Roslyn

marianedwardsdreamweaver said...

WOW now that's IMPRESSIVE...i LOVE it, no wonder you're excited!! :)

Kellie said...

What a wonderful use of a small space! And it's lovely and inspiring to boot!

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