Welcome to my Sleeping Porch Studio!
Many of you know that during the Winter months, I work in our cozy attic studio. Our homeschool classroom is up there so it's easier to work upstairs. But during the warmer months, I work in the downstairs sleeping porch. My cutting table was the counter at a local shop. I love the old door on top. I can't share too much of the studio because this is one of the rooms that was included in Fifi's shoot but here's a little peek...
I have a few vintage dressforms but this one is my favorite. I love to have lace draped over her.
My sewing nook is truly just a nook in this large room. I have to hide the TV behind a curtain above the sewing machine. Sometimes the kids want to watch a movie in here but I sure don't want to see the big, black, flat screen 24/7.
This is the craft area. The kids tend to work here more than I do but believe me, I can get that table piled up with projects super quick! Right now it's a nice spot for tagging items for our open-air sales.
Our petticoat light was not intended as a permanent fixture. I got the super cool, rusty old frame at Na-Da last Fall and I really like it without anything on it. But when Fifi called and asked if she could come a week early, this was my quick fix. (Yes, I nearly paniced when I got the call that she was coming "tomorrow" but there was a scheduling conflict and in the end it all worked out fine).
This room has 11 windows so it has amazing light! Unfortunately, it also presented a very expensive curtain issue. Paper garlands dress up the plain muslin!
Thank you for sharing a peek into our Sleeping Porch Studio.