Thanks so much for all of the love on the guest room bed! You collectively surprised me.
While I was working on some organizing this week, I decided to try scooting around some more furniture. This checked chair, which I reupholstered a few years ago, was up in the sewing room and I decided to move it down to my studio to use a “guest chair”. It’s always been one of my favorite pieces and it’s nice to have it where I’ll get to see it and appreciate it more.
It’s small enough that it can just be tucked in along the wall, but it’s a fairly comfortable chair. I also like the addition of a little pattern and the pop of blue.
The bottom of it has been needing some attention for a while, so I’ve added fixing it to my “annoying project list”. It just needs a few staples, a piece of webbing or two, and a new dust cover. I’ll share the process when I do it for those who have chairs with similar issues.
The chair is just another addition to a studio/workspace revamp that is making this room a delight to be in and very functional.
We still need to finish the closet and build a bookcase for under the window, but the new furniture arrangement and all of the additions, like the drying shelves and the desk, are working out great.
Speaking of the drying shelves, they are getting full, so it’s time for another art sale!
I listed all of these paintings and a couple of others on Daily Paint Works today… You can see the animals HERE, the landscapes HERE, and the still life HERE. If you’re new to my art sales, I list them auction style, so I don’t have to set the prices. The auctions run for three days, so everyone who is interested has a chance to bid.
As always, thanks for supporting my artwork as I learn and improve. My mom couldn’t possibly put all of these on her refrigerator…