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Diane from Mama's Pocketbook sent over this picture of her lovely workspace.
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Here’s a photo of my “office” area of my studio, which is really in my unfinished basement. I couldn’t bear the concrete walls, so I put up these gorgeous vintage rose barkcloth drapes on either side of my vision board, behind my desk to cheer things up a bit! I have vintage bunny vases for pencil cups and a vintage buttons in a jar, and lots of gifts from friends hanging on my lampshade and vision board.

Thanks Diane for sharing your workspace with us. It's amazing what you can do with some fantastic barkcloth and gifts from friends. As long as you love it, that's what matters!

If anyone else wants to show off their vintage style, send us your submissions!


Comments

Her Majesty

Good Morning, that is a very lovely workspace. I will try to remember to take a picture today of mine of send it to you.

gail

Hi,,, isnt Dianne's space great. Thanks for featuring her. Its so nice to meet you too! Happy creating, gail

Susie

Dianne did a wonderful job decorating her space. It is one of my dreams and is on my vision board to have such a 'place to go to' to create. Right now it is at my kitchen counter.
Susie of The Polka Dot Rose

Dawn-Hydrangea Home

Love Dianne's workspace. Some great bags come out of that room!

cyndemouse

It's hard to believe this is a basement. Great transformation. I'm in the process of organizing my basement into a workshop and this is a great inspiration. I have lots of curtain rods (and curtains) that I was wondering what to do with. Now I know. Thank you to Diane and VI.

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