Changed the guest room into my studio and the little tiny sewing room into the guest room. I love all the space this gives me. And the windows looking into the front woodsis so nice.
Please excuse the mess!!! But a messy studio is a loved and used studio. : }
This is very neat compared to my sewing room...and it's also bigger.
So where did you hide your stash??? Are you planning to bid on that house with the fantastic attached studio. :o)
Marge, I wish. My DH thinks that is a fabulous deal on that place. All it takes is M O N E Y.
I have an antique cupboard behind where I was standing to take the pic. Some stash there, I didn't open the closet door, fabric tends to fall out. Oh, yeah, and the "now guest room" closet, no place for clothes in there. Under that bed is two storage bins full. Fabric is spead through out this house
It's nice to have a specific sewing space. I know I love mine. Enjoy!
wish mine was that awesome ,I have a corner in the front room.and I have run out of room to store fabric,, Barbara
have another suggestion,place your ironing board next to your sewing table at the end, lower it down to the same height as your table ,when you cut,sew,its right there to press and you don't have to do so much getting up and down ,it works great for me, My late hubby made me a large top to fit over my ironing board and I made a cover for it ,so now it can also work as an extra table right next to the machine ..Barbara
great space.....looking forward to mine soon i hope. We are building our house and as it is a work in progress there will be a quilt room LOL
This is great!
We just added onto our house, which included a studio for me! It is a work in progress, but one thing we are going to do is add a murphy bed on one wall, for guests (I'll probably sleep there; let the guests have our bed!), and my design board will be on that wall.
Wish my sewing room looked that neat! I clean up after each project so I can see it clean for a short while at least.
great room! Look at all that space! And lovely lighting from the windows. Mmmmmm! I share my quilt studio with the laundry room (washer, dryer--and an upright freezer!) Add my HQ 16 in there and it is tight quarters.