There must have been something in the air recently, quite a few bloggers have been sorting their rooms, or at least their fabric stash.
My room also got to the point when I just did not want to be in there, and definitively did not encourage any creativity. So this was a job for a couple of rainy days; sort our few books for a charity shop, fold and put away fabrics no longer in use, or at least put them in relevant project boxes, dust and clean.
I got into a habit to have separate project boxes for each project, with all relevant fabrics, threads etc; I find this really works for me, because I tend to go from one project to another, depending on a mood.
I haven't yet got around to "de-stashing", I don't think I am quite ready for it.
So welcome to my work room;
it is smaller than my room in our previous house, but I still have my room, which is the main thing. But of course, smaller fills up quicker.
It is just of the upstairs landing; DH took the door of - it is not needed and it gives me more space.
This is my pride and joy,
the Nova Horn cabinet , which I bought when I was still working full time. It doesn't get folded away very often, I like to have my sewing machine "on stand by".
But of course the air lift system allows the machine to be pushed down out of the way and cabinet to be be fully closed.
DH cut me a piece of wood to go across the top when the machine is lowered, so I can use it as a working desk.
Next to the Horn cabinet is a draw unit with all my threads.
In the corner is a small craft table which I use for cutting out fabrics,
and behind me are bookshelves and a large storage unit for my fabrics, knitting wool, buttons....and magazines on the top.
Hanging by the window is a small ironing board, which I can put across the top of the low units when I need to.
I hope you all are having a creative weekend!