Thursday, August 30, 2012

Great Craft Room

Isn't this a fabulous room? Honestly, I wouldn't change a thing! via

10 comments:

Bonnie said...

Love, love, love the books on top of the bookcases. Very nice room!

Content in a Cottage said...

Bonnie...

I think you could get a lot of work done in that room. Have a great lont Labor Day weekend.

xo, Rosemary

ladyhawthorne said...

The only think I would change is to make it a regular table & chair. Only because my legs are so short I have way too much trouble getting up into one of those kinds of chairs, lol. I really like the extra shelf on the table.

Content in a Cottage said...

Angela....

That would be nice too and more comfortable for you. I like that shelf under the tabletop too for keeping things at hand but off the work surface.

Enjoy the long holiday weekend.

xo, Rosemary

Donna said...

Love this room, I have three windows, two desks that face each other in front of the windows, this photo is very much like my sewing studio. I'd love to see more of the room. Thanks for sharing

humbird said...

What a wonderful, and very practical, place to design and create in.
It has a great feel.

Nice large ream of brown paper to wrap all those sales in! :)

Content in a Cottage said...

Donna....

I would love to see more of this wonderful room too. My attic has three windows overlooking big work spaces but it isn't as neat as this :-)

xo, Rosemary

Content in a Cottage said...

Vicki....

This makes me want to hang my big ream of brown paper and maybe I will.

It is a great work space.

xo, Rosemary

The Queen Vee said...

I'm with you, I wouldn't change a thing. I love the Ballard Design shelving, wish I had a spot for them in my home. I love all the windows too, so nice and light. My office/craftroom is in our basement with only two little windows. All I can see from them is the siding on my neighbors house which does not lend itself to inspiration.

Content in a Cottage said...

Victoria....Thanks for telling me the cabinets are from Ballard...I didn't know.
Turn your desk around and look away from the siding and maybe you will find inspiration :)
xo, Rosemary