This is looking into the doorway at my bookcase. Hanging on the wall is my 'design wall'. It's really only big enough to put mini-quilts and orphan blocks, but it does help with putting fabrics next to each other and being able to step back. The step in the wall behind the bookcase is the wardrobe for the room, which is full of costumes. As you can see, there is a lot of stuff on the floor.
And this is my sewing space. It's oddments of furniture I've picked up during my life. The white cupboard was the kitchen pantry from my first apartment. The black shelves were for my TV in the first room I had living in Melbourne. The box shelves (under the pink crates) were originally bought for clothes in the bedroom.
This is the other side of my sewing space. The peg board is rather under-utilised at the moment, as are the shelves. They were supposed to be shelves for me to put trinkets and decorations on but they've just become extra storage space for now. I would like to decorate the room, but space is at a bit of a premium... even just plain wall space for art. We're hoping to more of these shelves in later as I have lots of little things that could go up there.
I've been looking at all the other links over at Pink Chalk Studio and have definitely found some inspiration for a new sewing space, but of course it's about making them fit into my space. I guess it's one of those things that will develop slowly.
My sewing room looks so much messier in those photos. It always feels a lot more organised than it looks!