My studio isn't actually a studio but living room, office, kitchen, dining room and studio all in one. That's just how it is living in a gypsy wagon.
My studio table is actually a big silver tray on my sofa and for big projects the kitchen counter.
When everything is thrown into a small room, it is a challenge to make storage appealing. I love the fake book boxes, they are just what I need to store my art stuff and with the lid closed they look "normal".
Old yellow metal box is an old wrench box and it perfect for paper scraps.
The tower of bins. Storage is an issue living in a gypsy wagon. Not only does it have to be space effiecent but it also has to be light in weight.
To cover the Tower of Bins, I re-worked a drapery panel. Easy to get at the drawers but I don't have to look at it all day.
Since no space can be wasted, I found this fabric covered jewelry organizer and it fits in the small space between the bins and bulk head cabinets. Just right for beads, small parts and pieces.
Bulk head cabinets run the length of one side of the gypsy wagon and I have been adding ceiling tin to the underside. Well, not actually real ceiling tin, because of the weight but fake ceiling tin thanks to scrapbook paper.
So back I go to working in the scrapodex and collaging the walls. More pictures will follow next week.