This is the last post in the craft studio series. I hope you’ve been inspired by them. If you didn’t see part 1, part 2, or part 3, you can catch up by clicking on the ones you missed. Now, I’m revealing the “workspace” which is code for my table and chair.
I’m head-over-heels in love with this space. Even though it’s about one-third of the space I had in our last house, I’ve put a lot of thought into exactly how I wanted it to look. During this series, a lovely reader, Sage, asked for tips on keeping a craft room organized, so look out for that this coming week.
The table is just a plain work table from Walmart. I covered it with a vintage sheet that I found on Etsy. The chair is a vintage captain’s chair that we picked up at a local antique shop. My husband primed it and spray painted it with gold spray paint. Then, I painted part of it with the mint color that I used for the faceplates and outlet covers. I added some embellishments that create a feeling of inspiration for me.
I bought the lace curtains on Amazon, and my husband gave me the clock for Christmas.
And, of course, I bought fresh flowers to add a little more loveliness. Shouldn’t it be a rule that all newly decorated rooms include fresh flowers? I think so.
So, there you have it. My new craft studio. I plan on spending lots of time in here.