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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Designing a Craft Space that Works

[caption id="attachment_686" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="My Work Space"]Fantasy Clay's Work Space[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_687" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Fantasy Clay's Work Space- closer up"]Fantasy Clay's Work Space[/caption]

Everyone needs  place to clay. Last summer I cleaned up a little as you can see here. It was a big step from the chaos that existed before. This time it sort of evolved from what I was using and piling up where I had my stuff. You might see I am in the same space as before, a small corner in what is our eating space, can't say it's a dining room.

However I bought a good desk with more space, actually a glass topped computer desk. It doesn't wobble and there is a nice shelf on the bottom and the keyboard holder actually is handy. I added some sturdy shelves and my rolling carting have become a mini wall (and a place to lay my hat).

I even said last year, I did not expect it to stay that orderly but even more annoying was after I "organized" everything, I could find anything. The space has morphed into a working space that I can maintain and have space to work.

My dream is still to have a room of my own but that is obviously not happening any time soon.

5 comments:

  1. How lovely! I just checked your after the chaos space and sighed. I moved not so long ago and my writing space still a mess. I can't wait to show my corner--yes, corner because I write in bed. So I usually have a desk nest to it or something with drawers; living in NYC one has to learn to use space wisely.

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