You know those posts of gorgeous studios that belong to creative bloggers?
This isn't one of them.
This is a post about my studio. My studio that looks as though Hurricane Katrina has been resurrected within its walls. As though my studio has regurgitated upon itself.
|My studio December 18, 2016|
I remember when my creative space was tidy and organized (I posted a tour here).
|My studio a year ago.|
Then a creative lightning bolt struck and I needed additional stuff to bring all my ideas to fruition. And before long I ran out of room to store all my stuff in total. Because, you know, my room is 9' x 10' and there's only so much a girl can do to fit her abundant stuff in a tiny space.
This past Sunday Anne at My Giant Strawberry blogged about the re-arrangement of her lovely studio and gave a tour here. As I commented to her, it was a timely post for me to read. Expanding creative endeavors have made my original studio design obsolete, and I feel stymied by the clutter.
I've got a new plan for my studio. It's going to take awhile to get it just the way I want it, but at least I've taken a crucial step. I moved my counter-height table away from the corner, opening up a wall for more storage space. Before I go any further I need some storage bins that are currently stowed away in our white shed. I wasn't up for trekking through 18" of snow at frigid temps to fetch them. Maybe today, as it's supposed to warm up.
So for now I'm still moving things out of the way to get to things that are too far away because I don't have the right things for my things to be close to my things.
Did you get that?