An easy way to turn your garage into a breezy workshop or even playroom for the children! Or, want the breeze with some privacy? Sunscreen (white or charcoal) will allow the breeze in but keep the nosy neighbors out!
Commented on Aug 23, 2012
They have been around for at least 25 years. Our neighbor had one when I was growing up.
When I remodeled my sewing room to make it more efficient, a lot of DIY work went into it and not a lot of money. All the furniture and storage in the room was either reused, repurposed
What had previously been my cutting table, became a wall to wall desk for my computer and sewing machines. It is a hollow core door. In order to use it as a desk, my husband cut it down the center, reinforced it with some wood supports in the hollow area, and secured it to the wall with wood cleats. The front is supported on legs fashioned from plumbing pipe.
You can read about more of the changes we made on my blog. http://creativelittledaisy.typepad.com/creat...
Commented on Aug 01, 2012
What a great room. It is certainly inspiration for my own sewing room. Thanks for sharing.
I bought 3 trellises to fit the width of my bed and simply wired them together using picture hanger wire. I covered the wire with clear tape to protect the walls from scratches. It is currently just propped up behind the bed, but I may hang it on the wall at some point. #2012