Well, I bit the bullet and re-arranged my quilting studio. What motivated me? First time in all the years we have been meeting that I show up at our Sew we Gather group without the project completed. After I got home I said "fudge it!" ... not really what I said LOL ... and got to work.
Would you believe ... I didn't have to take any computer equipment apart. I just pushed everything towards the center area and dragged the desk to its new place. I did have to vacuum and dust! lol
Seriously, it makes all the difference in the world. Even on Monday, when I sat down at my work desk, I immediately noticed a difference.
Glad I bit the bullet and tackle that issue. It was so worth it!
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I'm so glad you made some changes that get you in a better place to enjoy your creative space :-)
I just read these last two posts and I agree that the arrangement of a room makes a big difference in how you feel and what you want to do when you enter. I wish my sewing room was large enough to allow an alternate layout to the one I have, but I haven't figured out a way so far.
Glad you found a more pleasing and productive arrangement for your space!
so pleased you did it and it's made a difference immediately.........
I’ve been mulling over how to make my sewing room function better for me since I read your post yesterday. I’m happy to see that you made a change that works for you. You can literally turn your back on work! Great! 🙌🏻
It looks wonderful, something I need to do. I have a large bedroom for my sewing room and since I put in the sit down quilter, I lost a lot of space. I need to downsize furniture and get a smaller table with storage, so something I need to work at finding.
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