Well, it's all painted, in my sewing room and
mostly filled up with supplies. Yes, one bin
is still empty--amazing, isn't it? LOL
How do you like the buckets? The sizes are
slightly different but I think it kinda helps them
hang closely together. I may print labels but
I'm waiting to make sure these are all items
that I will be using most frequently.
Want a quickie-tour of my sewing room?
Basket to the far left? Where my black cat
Natasha sleeps whenever I'm in here--
unless she's messing with my current project.
My cricut is on the big table (beneath buckets).
On the corner table, which works well for my for my
laptop, is a laminator/story-book maker
by cricut. (love to hear from anyone that's used this machine)
Never used it but hope to soon, esp. for gifts.
The larger "toy" is my Pfaff embroidery machine.
(My wonderful dh bought this for me several years ago but
GUESS WHAT? Under the table sits our ancient computer--with an
older version of Windows on it so that I can still use my machine.
Updated Pfaff software to put on a newer computer?
$800...didn't even pay that for the machine! Lame-tastic.)
Another angle, with my Ott light & the computer.
I plan to put a vinyl quote above all of this:
"Make Each Day Your Masterpiece!"
Should pull it together nicely, huh?
I repurposed all of our old kitchen furniture in my
sewing room--like this baker's rack which is so
handy for books, fabric and other supplies.
More black wire bins! :o)
This little cart is next to my sewing machine
cabinet and is where I store stamps, ink and
cricut & scrapbook supplies (other than paper).
Love that it rolls around--a couple more of these
would be nice but, I bought the last one.
That's pretty much it, other than the closet.
(lots of fabric, supplies, books, UFO's and WIP's in there!)
It's about 9.5' X 11' (not incl the closet)--not tiny but
a little more space would be nice. Still, you'll
get no complaints out of me. Maybe it's good
to have limits...keeps my "stuff" to a minimum.
I've taken my time so as to make sure everything
is practical, functional, and efficient for me.
My next room-project is to make that smaller table into a
covered ironing area so I don't have to drag out the big
ironing board, which takes up a lot of space. I'm using this idea.