I get to use the second bedroom as my work space. James works from home also but he is fortunate in that all he really needs is a little desk. So he has a little set up in our bedroom, but can also work in part of the living room where he has set up a place for his music making. His desk area in our bedroom comes in handy cos we can watch movies on the laptop. So far we've said no to cable tv in this apartment..we never really watched a lot of tv, however it's summertime and it's much easier to say that. I do for sure miss my Turner Classic Movie channel. Big time. But we just signed up for Netflix (but can I just say, their streaming sucks! It's choppy and horrible quality!).
Anyway, here are the bare bones of my work space! I just found out that it's ok to hang pictures on the wall, so that will make things more interesting maybe..the green is a color I'm not sure if I would have picked on my own, but I'm not minding it at all.
I like having my table at this angle because I can work all around it and I'm hoping
it will make it easier to keep clean/organized (no wall to push thingsup against).
The shelve will eventually be mostly full of fabric I think.
Wires. How I hate them. My brother has agreed to help me organize
them, thankfully. I get a headache every time I think about them.
Those two knobs look kinda silly, they aren't in properly and I've yet
to find a drawer pull. I want to decoupage the chair and paint the
legs white. This corner is too dark for me right now.
So there you have it. The bare bones. One big drag about moving from home is that I no longer have access to my parents' camera..I'm back to using my old coolpix that sucks up batteries and won't focus and has horrible grainy quality. What might be worse is that I only half way realized all of these things were true before my parents' camera came along. At any rate, I'll probably be posting photos as I get ready for this year's Chicago Renegade fair - just two months away!! I'm so excited (as always), but I have a lot to do!