Today I must be in a Spring cleaning sort of head space, as I want to rip apart my studio and start afresh. After being in this space for almost a year, I liked many things about my current arrangement, but I felt as though my space was not being utilized to its potential. Besides,I think it’s fun to try something new!
Closer to my dye kitchen you get this view of one of my vintage hooked rugs. I might use this hutch for some dye supplies. For now it just houses collections that are fun to browse.I moved both sets of wool shelves together at the far end of the room. This took care of the dead space in the corner. Since I moved the aqua hutch, the back wall was empty, drawing attention to the heat pump. It is not very vintage looking — or even steampunk! And there is nothing I can do about it… Unless you have a suggestion for me! So the best that I can do is draw attention to something else. Like a gorgeous vintage rug!
For the time being, my long table does triple duty with my sewing machine, serger, and knitting machine. This table will get moved around as needed, but is useful on all sides in the middle of the room.
My newly painted desk is filled with beading supplies, and can be moved to get a new change of scenery as needed. I was happy to find a spot to hang this vintage geometric rug, as it is so inspiring to me. There is more work to do, but with all this new-ness I feel inspired to keep going.
Happy March! Congratulations — you made it through February!
Have a creative day ~ Karen