New space!

Things have stepped up a pace recently! So much so I hadn't realised how long its been since I last posted here. I have been busy working on wholesale orders and trying my best to keep my
website stocked up - there is still alot I want to do with this.
The extra work that I have been doing has meant that I have had to change my tiny space around alot! I used to work on the dining table, storing all of my materials in an old display cabinet, this is still very much in use. But we often couldn't use the table when we wanted eat together and the room was getting very cluttered. So, we freecyled our old sofa, which in the 3 years that we have lived here hadn't been sat on! And bought a small table and a huge set of shelves. I used to yearn for a little room that was completely my own but actually I'm really happy with this set up. Now we can all use the big table when we want, I have my own space do my stuff, I can use the dining table to use as a cutting table when I need to, and because this room opens onto the garden I can work and keep an eye on the kids when they play out.




I love seeing where other people work! Please leave a link to your space however big or small in the comments section.

6 comments:

Laura Cameron said...

Really cool and well organised space, can't wait to get mine sorted! Love the silvery hanging pen pots! Thanks for sharing your photos, I do love having a nose!

Swirlyarts said...

Oooooh it looks fab - I'm like you and like sneaking peeks at other peoples places too :)

Leigh Shepherd said...

Thanks Laura, the pots and hanging rail are from Ikea, they were really cheap and free up space on my table. Show us picks when you are done:)
Thanks Lynsey :) I always like to see your 'My Creative Space' posts x

Kate Thornton said...

I love seeing peoples studios too! I love your wall colour, looks like a very calming and productive colour...

Menopausal musing said...

What a lovely workspace.... mine will NEVER be shown... far too untidy!!!

Thanks for the comment re my drawings of the auricula. It was done using Photoshop and saved at each stage. If you save each one in the same format as a photograph (JPEG), then it can be uploaded in the same way. :O)

ajib said...

cool