Sewing Room Storage

Sewing Room Storage

BHG.com Decorating Storage Solutions Sewing & Quilting Storage A Pretty Sewing Room Makeover Margaret Sindelar’s ****** room was in desperate need of a makeover. The once-friendly space had been taken over by bolts of fabric and scads of sewing notions. See how designer Pamela Porter turned the room into a creative oasis. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Sewing & Quilting Storage A Bold Quilt Room The ******* Sewing Room A Cozy Sewing Room with Charm Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 23 Facebook Pinterest A Place to Sew Margaret Sindelar’s sewing nook, at one end of her ****** room, is complete with a large **** surface and plenty of storage-savvy cabinets and containers, which are key to keeping a hardworking room clutter-free. Margaret’s chair is on casters, making it easy for her to move around her space. 2 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Homeowner and Crafter Margaret Sindelar Margaret Sindelar, a professional seamstress, was in desperate need of a sewing room makeover, but she didn’t know where to start. Designer Pamela Porter stepped in to help. 3 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Sewing Room, Before Fourteen years ago, Margaret had converted her ****** room into a sewing workroom, selling the sofa and chairs and sending the television (along with husband Gary) to the basement. Mounds of sewing supplies soon overpowered the room. 4 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Sewing Room, Before Margaret’s dreary sewing room lacked proper storage and **** space before Pam got a hold of it. 5 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Pegboard Storage For one of Margaret’s cabinets, Pam had a pegboard sheet cut to fit, painted with a durable ***-base paint, and mounted on 3/4×1-inch furring strips. A tension rod holds ribbon in place just in front of the pegboard. 6 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Magnetic Memo Board A bank of 7-inch-deep cabinets allows for creative storage ideas, such as this magnetic memo board. Pam had galvanized metal cut to fit, dressed with wallpaper, and screwed to the cabinet back. Small containers with magnets on the back hold beads and buttons. 7 of 23 Facebook Pinterest See-Through Storage Margaret stores her extensive collection of buttons in large jars displayed on shelves. 8 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Tilt-Open Storage Because the desktop was cut out to accommodate a sewing machine, a clever tilt drawer replaced the center desk drawer. 9 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Organize, Recycle or Toss Pam had a ****** garbage-can insert retrofitted into a small cabinet. The divided bins allow Margaret to sort scraps according to save for another project or discard. 10 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Fabric Storage Shelves between frosted-glass doors allow Margaret to sort and label stacks of pretty quilting fabric by color. The 18 drawers below house notions and other supplies. The drawer pulls with labels ensure that Margaret can easily find everything. 11 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Appliance Storage A phone jack and an electrical outlet installed inside a cabinet allow the room to function smartly without unsightly cords. There’s also an electrical outlet in the floor under the desk. 12 of 23 Facebook Pinterest ****** Ironing Board Pam Porter suggested retrofitting a convenient and compact ironing board kit into a cabinet drawer. An electrical outlet was placed in the toe-kick of the cabinet below. 13 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Pincushion Collection Margaret’s collection of pincushions sits nicely within reach on this pretty pedestal. 14 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Business Storage This rich cherry sideboard has a shelf that slides out to create an instant writing desk. In place of an unsightly metal filing cabinet, blue fabric-covered file boxes keep invoices tidy. 15 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Magazine Storage Margaret keeps magazines organized in metal bins with labels cut from magnetic ink-jet paper. 16 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Sewing Nook Sitting Area Pam gave this settee a ***** makeover with a folded quilt on the seat and a floral cushion added to the back. She hung a balanced composition over the settee to make it a focal point. 17 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Fabric *** Pam rolled lengths of fabric and placed them in a shadow box to create this sewing-theme artwork in Margaret’s sewing nook. 18 of 23 Facebook Pinterest ****** Room To finish off the room, Pam Porter had the carpet, wallpaper, and wood paneling removed. Now Margaret’s ****** can relax in cheery surroundings while she sews in her nook at one end. 19 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Adding the Details Pam gave the fireplace a ***** makeover with off-white ***** paint in a gloss finish. Fun colors and accessories make the ****** room end of the space welcoming. 20 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Handmade Artwork Buttons in a range of sizes and pink hues spell out the room’s purpose. 21 of 23 Facebook Pinterest How the Artwork Was Made To reproduce this artwork, spell a word or saying using computer-generated letters or those from a typography book. Enlarge it to the desired size, cut out, and use a fabric pencil to trace it onto fabric. Attach buttons over the traced lines using fabric glue. Frame when dry. 22 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Let in the Light Knowing light is essential for any crafter, Pam had a bay window added to the ****** room and dressed sparingly to usher in ******* light. Nine recessed lights highlight the room’s charm after sunset. 23 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow A Bold Quilt Room A Bold Quilt Room A husband and **** create a hobby space to spark their creativity. Begin Slideshow » Related The ******* Sewing Room A Cozy Sewing Room with Charm
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Sewing Room Storage

Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Sewing & Quilting Storage A Bold Quilt Room The ******* Sewing Room A Cozy Sewing Room with Charm Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 23 Facebook Pinterest A Place to Sew Margaret Sindelar’s sewing nook, at one end of her ****** room, is complete with a large **** surface and plenty of storage-savvy cabinets and containers, which are key to keeping a hardworking room clutter-free. Margaret’s chair is on casters, making it easy for her to move around her space. 2 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Homeowner and Crafter Margaret Sindelar Margaret Sindelar, a professional seamstress, was in desperate need of a sewing room makeover, but she didn’t know where to start. Designer Pamela Porter stepped in to help. 3 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Sewing Room, Before Fourteen years ago, Margaret had converted her ****** room into a sewing workroom, selling the sofa and chairs and sending the television (along with husband Gary) to the basement. Mounds of sewing supplies soon overpowered the room. 4 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Sewing Room, Before Margaret’s dreary sewing room lacked proper storage and **** space before Pam got a hold of it. 5 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Pegboard Storage For one of Margaret’s cabinets, Pam had a pegboard sheet cut to fit, painted with a durable ***-base paint, and mounted on 3/4×1-inch furring strips. A tension rod holds ribbon in place just in front of the pegboard. 6 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Magnetic Memo Board A bank of 7-inch-deep cabinets allows for creative storage ideas, such as this magnetic memo board. Pam had galvanized metal cut to fit, dressed with wallpaper, and screwed to the cabinet back. Small containers with magnets on the back hold beads and buttons. 7 of 23 Facebook Pinterest See-Through Storage Margaret stores her extensive collection of buttons in large jars displayed on shelves. 8 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Tilt-Open Storage Because the desktop was cut out to accommodate a sewing machine, a clever tilt drawer replaced the center desk drawer. 9 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Organize, Recycle or Toss Pam had a ****** garbage-can insert retrofitted into a small cabinet. The divided bins allow Margaret to sort scraps according to save for another project or discard. 10 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Fabric Storage Shelves between frosted-glass doors allow Margaret to sort and label stacks of pretty quilting fabric by color. The 18 drawers below house notions and other supplies. The drawer pulls with labels ensure that Margaret can easily find everything. 11 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Appliance Storage A phone jack and an electrical outlet installed inside a cabinet allow the room to function smartly without unsightly cords. There’s also an electrical outlet in the floor under the desk. 12 of 23 Facebook Pinterest ****** Ironing Board Pam Porter suggested retrofitting a convenient and compact ironing board kit into a cabinet drawer. An electrical outlet was placed in the toe-kick of the cabinet below. 13 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Pincushion Collection Margaret’s collection of pincushions sits nicely within reach on this pretty pedestal. 14 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Business Storage This rich cherry sideboard has a shelf that slides out to create an instant writing desk. In place of an unsightly metal filing cabinet, blue fabric-covered file boxes keep invoices tidy. 15 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Magazine Storage Margaret keeps magazines organized in metal bins with labels cut from magnetic ink-jet paper. 16 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Sewing Nook Sitting Area Pam gave this settee a ***** makeover with a folded quilt on the seat and a floral cushion added to the back. She hung a balanced composition over the settee to make it a focal point. 17 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Fabric *** Pam rolled lengths of fabric and placed them in a shadow box to create this sewing-theme artwork in Margaret’s sewing nook. 18 of 23 Facebook Pinterest ****** Room To finish off the room, Pam Porter had the carpet, wallpaper, and wood paneling removed. Now Margaret’s ****** can relax in cheery surroundings while she sews in her nook at one end. 19 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Adding the Details Pam gave the fireplace a ***** makeover with off-white ***** paint in a gloss finish. Fun colors and accessories make the ****** room end of the space welcoming. 20 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Handmade Artwork Buttons in a range of sizes and pink hues spell out the room’s purpose. 21 of 23 Facebook Pinterest How the Artwork Was Made To reproduce this artwork, spell a word or saying using computer-generated letters or those from a typography book. Enlarge it to the desired size, cut out, and use a fabric pencil to trace it onto fabric. Attach buttons over the traced lines using fabric glue. Frame when dry. 22 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Let in the Light Knowing light is essential for any crafter, Pam had a bay window added to the ****** room and dressed sparingly to usher in ******* light. Nine recessed lights highlight the room’s charm after sunset. 23 of 23 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow A Bold Quilt Room A Bold Quilt Room A husband and **** create a hobby space to spark their creativity. Begin Slideshow » Related The ******* Sewing Room A Cozy Sewing Room with Charm

Sewing Room Storage

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