Organising your mosaic studio – part 1

Its small, sweet and perfectly formed. 

Its at the bottom of my garden, so a short amble to work every day.

It comes complete with 3 cats who have made it their own (and plod over my work in the process!)

It fits 5 students plus me, quite happily (and cosily)…

…and my little ones do so love sitting in there with mummy to make things.

But my quest to make the most of small spaces continues. So yesterday I rolled up my sleeves, armed myself with the radio, some chocolate treats and a pot of herbal tea and began putting into action some ideas for ‘small mosaic studio organisation’.

Here’s hoping I get to finish soon (a bit of a challenge in my life). If you have a small studio or need to turn a small corner of your home into a mosaic area, come back soon for part 2!

8 Responses to “Organising your mosaic studio – part 1”

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  1. get stuff done says:

    good luck. it looks pretty organised to me. but I am such a messer!

  2. Lisa says:

    Looks fab and very organised!
    x

  3. Concetta says:

    you are both kind…believe me, there is still more to do so that I can find things when I need them!

  4. Louise Gale "Dream-Inspire-Create" says:

    Ooo good luck and having been to your fabulous studio I cant wait to see part 2. xx

  5. Sy's Prints says:

    Looks amazing Concetta! I would so love to convert our shed into a studio, would have somewhere to store all my soap-making and ceramics supplies! (unfortunately its packed full of stuff already)

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  7. AG Ambroult says:

    I count seeing people's studios as one of my favorite things in the world. thanks for sharing yours!

  8. Concetta says:

    Thanks Amy 😉 Just finished today!! New pics to come…

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