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My studio was originally my home office and then became the spare room -- or "Gracie's room" when she was here for overnights. Before this room was remodeled, I scrapped at my old office desk with an ugly spare dresser for my supplies. It was fab before I had more supplies than a small store! When I decided it was time to remodel the office into a craft studio, I expected to have to wait for months and months. It was December when I first mentioned it to the hubs.
One day about a week or two later he came home from work in the middle of the day with a ton of counter tops in the back of his truck from a kitchen remodel he was working on. They were pink.
Ummm. Hello! 'Nuff said!
Couple of weeks later I was moving into my new studio!!! I've had so many questions about some of the organizational items in here so I thought it might be fun to give you a little virtual tour.
I still love looking at the pics of it all coming together! :)
As we walk in, we find behind the door this AWESOME magazine rack. This is one part of a rotating paper rack from a scrapping store that went out of business. It holds my magazines and swings out on huge eyehooks drilled into a wall stud. It's really heavy. What a handy storage option this is -- takes up zero space in my room! I love it!
This is Grace's drawing of a monkey teaching math. Isn't the grad cap monkey adorable. This was a couple of years ago.
In front of you as you enter the room, are these fab tower shelves. In the left tower are scrappy and crafty things, and on the right is sewing stuff. These shelf units used to be in my bathroom. I got them at Office Depot years ago. These are each 72 inches tall, 10 1/2 inches wide, and 12 inches deep - that's a lot of storage in a small space. :)