I've always dreamed of having a creative studio. In my head, my workspace features a big collaboration table smack dab in the middle of the room surrounded by storage and organization for all my vintage decor. In the past, we've never had the right space to create a work studio. However now that we've found our new home, my workspace dreams are going to become a reality!
An entire room is ideal, but good news - anywhere works. Use that empty attic, a corner of your living room, or cloffice (yes, a closet-converted office). A work desk and a chair are your starting point for your home studio.
I remember years ago, before I had a studio I would to go to art workshops and often there would be a long wall with nails in it for students to hang their canvases and paint. I have always loved painting straight up much better than the traditional easel with a tilt. I remember putting nails in the wall of the kids playroom (a.k.a the guest room, office, spare room) so I could continue painting this way after I was home from the workshops. Then a few years ago when my hubby and I designed…
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