Current Studio Floor Plan
Studio Friday challenge: "Amazing what things you see everyday look like from above. It just got me thinking "what would my desk look like from above?" I have a feeling I would find some inspiration somewhere in there!" -Michelle.I am thinking about moving my sewing area from the basement up to my small art space and combining my supplies. Both work areas have equal pros and cons, one is big and dark, the other is tiny and light! This week's challenge, View From Above, turned out to be the perfect opportunity for measuring the tiny studio space and my sewing components to see if I can squeeze it all in comfortably. I measured everything, scaled it to letter size paper, created a pattern and cut out paper replicas.
Inspire Me Thursday challenge: Lately, numbers have held a lot of meaning for me…as my children grow, I grow, and years add on…numbers always seem to have a way of finding themselves ever-present. So for this weeks challenge, create a piece of art using numbers that are present in your life.
Very practical art piece and it is very cute too!
WOW! What a great way to merge those two challenges together, they're perfect! I love how U used the floorprint in the backround, very clever :-)
By floorprint I meant "blueprint" :oP
Such a smart way to desing your studio space. Have fun!
so cute!!! :)
what a marvelous idea! and it looks wonderfully planned.. you'll have to let us know if you go ahead with it!
I'd say you'll have plenty of room unless you decide to make drapes. I like the plan, it looks very organized, spacious and decorated to your taste. Its very important to put design elements in any room. The antique milk can makes me think your room has a country feeling. Hope it works out and you like it.
This illustration is GREAT! Thank you for all your sweet comments on my blog, I really appreciate every one of them:-D Linda
I love that you combined two challenges, and I'm impressed with this......I love blueprints and floor plans.....What fun!
What a great idea! Love your view from above!
wonderful view of your studio
Love this rendering. Very informational, but interesting and attractive. Thanks for coming by.
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