Sunday, May 06, 2007

my new craft & sewing room

Check it out. This is how bad it got before the room remodel began! It really wasn't always this bad. It actually functioned pretty well at one time. But knowing the inevitable, I sorta let her go. Oh and before you see the final transformation, you gotta know that this room is a complete departure from anything I have ever done in the rest of my home. I have NEVER decorated with white or pink or aqua or any other shade of blue, for that matter. EVER. Anywhere. Until now.







MY NEW CRAFT/SEWING ROOM!!

I am SOOO happy with the results! Thrilled! Ecstatic! I am just so dang pleased! And so is Mrs. McGillicutty! I was so anxious to put everything away, that I know I will need to reorganize the whole room once I start creating. Later this week I will be breaking down each item, what I paid, the story behind the remodel. But then, you knew there would be a story. I'm telling you, amazing deals. Let's put it this way, the paint was the most expensive. I'm serious! (cuz I didn't use opps paint) I have much more to do, hang shelves & art, finding an island table for the center of the room to replace the folding white table, reupholster a rocker that I will sit and do my hand work. It will be evolving. I will also be revealing the new guest room this week. Stay tuned. Come back. Enjoy the pics! Oh and a huge thanks and "I love you!" to my dear husband! He did it all... everything!





Amy said...

Gosh you HAVE been working hard! I love how it looks now and the colours are great :-)

Miz Smoochie Lips said...

Wow! That's beautiful and fabulous!! Hey, I have the same type of shelves like the one in your closet!

Guardian Gear Equipment and Consulting said...

Linda, it's just beautiful! I adore that color on the walls!! It all looks so inviting. That sweet cake plate with the roses is just the perfect addition! Love the sparkly chandelier, too!

Heidi said...

oops Linda, that was me, Heidi (vacuuming in high heels), on the last comment but I was signed in under DH's account.

Deb said...

What an amazing craft & sewing room you have! I love the colour,chandelier & 'Mrs.McGillicutty' :-)

Zoey said...

You had a busy weekend!

That aqua color looks great.

I bet you will create a lot of wonderful items in your new room.

Rhoda said...

Very, very nice, Linda. You look so organized now..love the color of the walls. And I love that last pic of the metal shelve with door. I know you are excited to have a brand new work space of your own.

Rhoda

NanAZ said...

Wow! Great job girl! Love the colors and the awesome job you did with organizers. I can't wait to get the tour in person!

Been missing you guys...will this be done soon?

Nonie Mae said...

Looks great!

Becca said...

The chandelier is my favorite! By the way, would you like to enter the "thrift" carnival over at my blog? It's easy...and I need some more entries!

Tiff said...

OH I love it Linda!!! And Mrs McGillicutty looks right at home. Lucky you to have such a beautiful space to create in, can I come over play?!

An Odd Duck said...

Wowo so beautiful. You did such a great job. I thought my redo was a lot of work, but man that is awesome. You must have put in so much time. Congratulations. I know you will enjoy the space so much.

Kerri B. said...

Hello! Aqua!! The house I grew up in was your same floorplan, only reversed, with those same closet doors in the first pic--much improved!

Coulda gone to Marcos, but went to McClintock instead. Go Chargers!!

Sandy said...

Oh my goodness! What a difference!!
I've always asked you what you do with your *stuff* and now I know!
Good job, girl!
Sandy

Shabby Cottage Boutique said...

Thank You for your inspiration to paint more pink bikes! I think I am going to paint my bike pink!I love your sewing room,it is so joyful!
Thank You Denise
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqVnOLiH0FM

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