1,900 sq ft. home with a creative, inventory-based business wasn't always easy. There were many times before big shows that my house looked like a store itself!
Luckett's Spring Market last May, the back of an upstairs closet wasn't great for keeping an eye on my toddler during the day and I slowly started taking over my husband's office downstairs (which he never used!).
$65 heavy arm chair, $50 craft cabinet, $30 printer table, and a $5 chippy frame for my memo board to cover most of the big pieces.
For the window treatments, I also saved money by using electrical conduit for my bay window curtain rod and dressed it up with drawer hardware for finials and shopped fabric deals and had them sewn (thanks Mom!) versus buying expensive ready-made panels.
One of my favorite aspects of my new work space is being able to display my favorite collections and vintage finds like all of my vintage alarm clocks...
...and a vintage phone and typewriter...
This room is pretty much a dream-come-true for me and every time I walk in there, I feel so lucky to have the space...yep, I'm a happy, crafty girl now!
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