I'm fortunate enough to have a dedicated sewing room in our apartment. I'd call it the size of a kids bedroom with super high ceilings. I'm able to cram a lot of things in this room. From sewing supplies and fabric storage to school books, art supplies and dress forms to tons of interior decor items. In storing items I try to display the pieces that I love most so that I can constantly gain inspiration from the things around me.
One of my favorite items is this antique set of sewing drawers from an old treadle sewing machine. I was searching for storage solutions for scissors and other random sewing supplies and came across these beauties on ebay. I bid on a few other sets before winning these. They were a Christmas present from my parents. They're a great way to beautifully store sewing supplies that I can access from my sewing machine and I love their history. It's so neat to think that someone else sewed many lovely garments with these beauties by her side.
I guess that I'm becoming a collector of small urn vases? I pick them up whenever I spot them at thrift or antique stores. I tend to find something that I like and then start collecting.
These inspiration boards fill my walls. I took old frames that I found inexpensively at thrift stores and made them into magnetic chalkboards. It's fun to fill them with images that inspire me.
This miniature dress form was another of my favorite Christmas presents. It's more of a decoration for me than a tool. The large brass urn stores my various rulers and curves for pattern drafting.