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Wednesday, 2 July 2014

This is the room that is being turned into my studio…. The bed comes with the house & there's really nowhere else to store it. So if I can't move it, I'm going to make use of it!

 I moved a writing desk from downstairs and covered it with a large cutting mat which is still in pristine condition (I'm sure that won't last long). A piece of board found in the garage, just to say stretches across the bed to balance on a stack of plastic drawers, that are luckily a similar height to the desk. Paper supplies are currently stacked under the bed. 
I'll probably cover the mattresses with some more board & possibly construct another work surface to straddle the bottom end of the bed to make it more of a usable space rather than just somewhere to dry canvasses!

All this stuff...

… is now stashed in the huge wardrobe. Some cheap shelving units turn the hanging space into great storage for all sorts of bits n pieces. No doubt things will get moved again as I get organised, but I'm feeling really pleased with things so far :-)

I am worried about the floor though… the carpet is new so I'm going to have to cover it, especially where I will be painting & writing. Not sure whether to get some lino down or use the rolls of sticky film that decorators use…. hmm….


Ms Scarlet 14 July 2014 at 15:20  

I have lots of my stuff stuffed in a sideboard... old kitchen furniture etc.
I don't think I could cope with the bed in my studio... It'd probably slowly disintegrate with help from some cutting tools.

Suzi Smith 14 July 2014 at 15:48  

It's becoming a large shelf… aka dumping ground for *stuff*

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