Yes, it's a mess; it's a working space! 😜
My View 😊
These next few photos are what my room looked like before the builders moved in
A bit of a mish-mash but it worked and I loved it. The light is everything in this room.
First out was the aforementioned ricketty old wardrobe which is at the entrance to my room. It's been ripped out because:
1. I don't need it
2. It was falling apart anyway
3. It was in the way, taking up (valuable) space
4. It was so old, inside it smelt of old womans handbag! Urghh, yes really! This is an old cottage; there was damp 😑
This is a better photo of it taken just before the builders came.
Now you see it.....
now you don't!
And this is how this side of the room looks now, completely finished.
(Tidy still.... again, not yet used!)
The wall shelves (moved from the opposite wall) are now where the wardrobe used to be and I have moved my desks over there too. Here I have the machines set up. Oh! And new blinds 😀 what a difference a bit of colour makes.
The unit which stores my fabric was a new addition straight after the builders left and is the only thing that hasn't moved or changed since, although it does now house new pattern boxes on the top
It's starting to look more like a used room now!
So with taking the wardrobe out, and moving everything over to this side of the room, it then left plenty of space at the opposite end to fit a cutting table in!
This is the back wall where the shelves and cupboards once were. The cupboards incidentally are no more. Everything from those has fit into the table space 😀
(Oh look... there's a top not yet blogged, on Lady Mai!)
And one last photo taken yesterday. Bit of a rearrange on the table... I now have drawers, Yaay! And my pinboard of life's sentimental keeps is back on the wall too 😁
Besides the table, I have also had a few other new additions to the room which have slowly progressed whilst my room was part done after the builders had been. These I will feature in my next post as I am aware of this already too long post!
Part 2 to follow...!
Happy Sewing all and thanks for stopping by 😀