This was my (very, very full) craft cubby in a closet off the living room of our apartment in historic Old Louisville; the door behind the rocker leads to the cubby. Our apartment was the 2nd floor and attic of an early 20th century house that had been divided into 2 apartments at the end of WWII.
Here on Moss Hill I have a good-sized bedroom to use however my little heart desires. The best part is that this room had a large walk-in closet, complete with built-in shelving, so all my supplies can be housed behind closed doors. With that in mind, I'm thinking I'll create more of a sitting room/library/office, with a work table incorporated into the space.
These are some rooms I've been looking at for inspiration:
top 4 images mine; scroll over others for source
"You must have a room or a certain hour of the day or so where you do not know what is in the morning paper. A place where you can simply experience and bring forth what you are and what you might be. At first you may think nothing's happening. But if you have a sacred space and take advantage of it and use it everyday, something will happen" - Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth
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