The white boxes on the shelf are also from IKEA. They hold many of my notions and some of my special scrapbooking supplies. The large pink boxes house gift wrapping supplies and my bulky fabric stash. The smaller pink boxes hold paper and current projects. Interfacing, printed fabric and fabric scraps are kept in the gray boxes. This shelf is also the home of my acrylic paints, decorating magazines and my tiny serger (which I never use).
You can see a great storage find I discovered in the automotive section at Walmart in this photo. It is intended to hold screws and nuts but I used it to store various items including my glue gun, fray check, snaps, needles, etc. I really love it!
This is the guest bed, the headboard my made by yours truly. The dresser was also purchased at IKEA and stores patterns and fabric.
Here is a closer look.
The second drawer is where I store fabric for current projects on my list. The other dresser drawer is always empty, ready for guest to arrive.
This is what it looks like unfolded.
Well, that's my "sewing room." I think it came out just like I planned. However, I am always planning, chances are I'll change it again as my needs change.
One last picture, this is one of my favorite tools.
It's a label maker and I use it anywhere, including the sewing room. I am a little bit of a neat freak. I confess.