Rethink Your Space :: Put an extra closet to use by converting it into a clever and inexpensive workstation. Remove the doors and any extra shelving, paint the interior of the closet, and simply add a desk. To polish off the new nook, install baseboards to match the rest of the room and add task lighting, like these pendant lamps, to illuminate the space. | #betterhomesandgardens #bhg
I live in a basement apartment–a temporary home until we get our own house next year–and it mostly consists of one enormous room. I had to make the most of this room, so it works as our living room, family room, craft room, and office. Read more at http://www.honeybearlane.com/2013/10/craft-room-reveal.html#a2r2l6SiWgM5gFgL.99
I want this for other things... I dont sew:( ......A solid-core door for the table, a vintage hutch sits on the surface, a pegboard and a sheet of galvanized (magnetic) metal mounted inside the hutch doors and under the bench, a caster-fitted piece of medium-density fiberboard (MDF) becomes a dolly, making it easy to roll out heavy equipment, such as a sewing machine.