Because of the angle of the room it's hard to get a good picture.
The chandelier was brass so Jeff painted it pink for me. We joked that someday the kids will find out the chandelier was worth something in all it's original brass glory. But the pink is just so cute.
One shelving unit holds craft supplies.
The other has all my fabric.
A birthday gift from Jeff's mom to keep all my stray spools in line.
Trims, ribbon and buttons organized by color (a labor of love on my mom's part). I found the wire baskets and containers at the Dollar Tree which fit the budget nicely.
An Ann Voskamp quote that fits with what the Lord is teaching me right now. "What is time for if not to bless".
I knew that I didn't want sewing themed artwork on the wall, I wanted something girly and vintage. But I absolutely couldn't figure out what to do that was cute and not outrageously expensive or complicated. I stumbled across a picture that inspired the idea for these vintage lady silhouettes. I had a lot of fun putting them together one late night when Jeff was away at a men's retreat.
Jeff set up a counter for me to set up my machines. I wanted as little free surface as possible since I know my knack for filling spaces up with clutter.
I've worked on more projects recently because I can go in for 15 or 20 minutes and actually sew instead of clearing off a space and finding what I need.