So I have moved my sewing enclave from the third floor in my house down to a bigger, light filled room on the second floor of the house.
Ahhhhhhhh. I love it. I'm still tweeking and fluffing and primping it, but I love it.
Come inside and I will show around a bit.
This corner is the command corner. My sewing table is here and faces the door and I can look right out the window and see the sky and the clouds outside.
I repainted my daughter's old desk and have made this my "jewelry" center. If you have read this blog before you know I love jewelry and sometimes I make jewelry.
This cabinet I found last fall at the thrift store and I love it. It's handmade with a glass front. I've filled it with some special things.
I used the lids leftover from this project and made a couple of small magnetic note boards.
I love this little handmade spool shelf. I found that in Arizona when I was visiting my sister. I gave it a fresh coat of apple green paint and hung it over my jewelry table.
This corner is the entrance and you can see behind the door where I hung some vintage shoe organizers made from lovely vintage fabrics.
Remember the fabulous Rit Dye display piece that I found at The World's Longest Yard Sale last year? I finally figured how to display it so that you can access both sides. The back of it has cubbies for storing the Rit dye.
Well, I mounted it on hinges and now I can fill it with all my vintage Rit Dyes!!
How fabulous it that!!
I'm working on one more project for the wall, another hook rack. I want more space to hang up purses that I've been working on. It's going to be a project with old yardsticks.
The cutting table made from cubbies has worked out great :->
I've had a lot of inquires about the cubbies, they came from TARGET.
This spot is a work in progress. I really want a chaise to relax on when I read and watch TV. So until I find the perfect piece, I will chill out here.
Now I have to run and get ready for a hurricane :-<