Showing posts with label studio plans. Show all posts
Showing posts with label studio plans. Show all posts

Thursday, August 07, 2014

Garden Studio- Getting Started on Paper

Out growing a dedicated studio is frustrating but, also rewarding.  The rewarding part comes from all the knowledge gained over the years, that then also leads back to lack of space with equipment and bench tools gained, filling in the small space... making it crazy frustrating to work in.

November 2013 was the last blog update about the space and where we were heading.

homestyler.com and picmonkey.com are super when experimenting with rearranging your room and identifying stations

A free design program from http://www.homestyler.com/ was used to help out with space allowance and placement with worktables, benches, etc. and then http://picmonkey.com for labeling.  I don't know about you but, I am very visual.

The conversation area set up, on the right of the plans, will be a nice touch for now but, is also interchangeable depending on event or need.  The patio is definitely an exciting detail bridging from studio to garden, with it also being a great seasonal addition.   You can see on the left a little entryway by the sink that is street side allowing clients a separate entry and bottom of plans where the door to our kitchen  leads also to the downstairs bathroom area.

This floor plan accommodates students and events from the PA Wilds Artisan Trail and other events that I missed out on the last few years due to a smaller studio which makes me sad...




"Good things come to those who wait" 
according to Heinz and Guinness : - )

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