I am a person who loves to create
as most people who create - I need a special space to do this in.
I had a very lovely space for just this until
we had to move things around for our ever changing family needs.
So, I had to come up with an alternative solution
to fit my needs.
As every corner of this house is pretty much taken, I chiseled out some space
in our master bedroom.
I tried to make sure it blended in well with the decor of the room
was not really obvious that it was a creative space
versus a small office area.
I have tried to disguise and/or hidden most of my supplies in pieces
that are as unobtrusive as possible.
I didn't want an "in your face" craft/office area.
I think I have been able to keep with the ambiance of the room.
This is my new creative space.
Almost everything in this little corner is thrifted, recycled and/or repurposed.
I really don't like a traditional desk - they are so big and cumbersome
I bought this farmer's table at a thrift shop for $25.
It only needed a good cleaning and was ready to use.
I love it because it has so much room to work on - unlike a lot of desks I have seen.
The chair was purchased at a thrift store for $5.
I told about her makeover here.
Above the desk is a bulletin board I purchased at Good Will
I will be writing the tutorial on that soon.
My desk has several repurposed items on it that I use daily.
the recycled jar organization that I will be posting soon.
That's a lot of trash that got recycled at our house!
(everyone here knows to ask before they throw anything away)
This small cabinet is great for hiding all that stuff you don't want visible
creates a tremendous amount of storage for it,
while blending into the decor of the room.
The cubby holes also create a lot of open storage for
items that are more decorative.
We bought these pieces new and unfinished several years ago.
I had painted them white then
have since added the blue panels in the cabinet.
You really can't see it but the backs of the cubby shelves are also painted blue.
The cubbies hold more decorative storage boxes, books
On top of this unit is an old cell phone charger unit I recycled
into a notecard holder.
This cubby unit has my ribbon storage unit I made
from a recycled canister set.
It also has a pretty little basket that holds
all of my small pads of scrapbook paper.
This area is very peaceful and I really enjoy working here
being surrounded by things that inspire me,
colors that are peaceful, and lots of bright light from our big window.
This is one more area of our bedroom that is now done.
You can check out some of the other posts that tell about this makeover....
I am getting close to being done - just a few more projects
this very long process will be completed
I will be one very. happy. camper!
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Do you have a dedicated creative space?
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Until next time,
create something you enjoy....
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