It has been a long time since I've showed you my creative room. Almost three years actually. My how things have changed, I've added another kid to the mix and a small business. You've been with me each step of the way. Thanks! So let me show you the room, come on up!
This is my wrapping station at the top of the stairs. It's where all of my orders go out. And that blonde in the driftwood mirror? That's me, just dyed a few shades lighter for the summer!
Turn left and you'll see this. No vacuum lines this time. Can we still be friends? If you'll remember, my dad and I worked together to create this room from a portion of our attic. In that same spirit of togetherness I wanted to make sure the room would be a fun place for me to be creative with others. My main work table has two additional chairs for sewing lessons and for coloring with my wee ones.
Not everything in my space has a function. Some things are completely impractical, but just having them around me is an inspiration. Take those wooden spools wrapped with hot pink vintage thread...I can hardly look at them with out squealing just a little!
medicine cabinet helps me keep them organized by color.
kitchen curtains and the shell wreaths were made from white shells my family collected from beaches in Florida and North Carolina.
My lovebird book houses hang in the reading nook next to my ancient CD player. Lately we have been listening to the Little House On The Prairie series on CD and the boys have loved it.
So there you have it... again. I hope you enjoyed seeing the Creative Room (a.k.a "Create Studio) a second time around. Check out the first post if you missed it.
P.S. I just got word that the rug for our dining room will be in at the end of this month, so you'll have to wait until then for the final kitchen renovation pictures. I'm so mean.