The room doubles as a guest room. . .Rug and curtains are from Urban Outfitters. . .
I didn't redo the whole dresser, just painted the top and the fronts of the drawers yellow and put on new knobs (from the clearance bin at Anthropologie).
The kids now have their own table with their OWN machine. They have been sewing up a storm since it was finished!
Felt and button letters I made for the wall over my sergers. . .
These birds out of Harmony Art organic fabric are also over the sergers. . .
Framed bulletin board, I already had and you can see it in the before photos. I took it apart and recovered it with some Amy Butler fabric. . .
Peg boards from Meijer, cute jars are Liberty of London for Target. . .
Thread jars from WalMart. . .
I covered an old computer desk with oil cloth (stuck with strong carpet tape), I had the white, the orange I ordered from Oil Cloth Addict. . .
Here is the quilt (it hangs over the bed) I said I was going to make with the fabric from this post. . .
Here is the refinished little table, I used some of the extra orange oil cloth to keep the machine from scratching the paint. There is also a piece of it under the television on the dresser. The boxes to the right are also Liberty of London for Target. . .
Drawer detail. . .
I estimate the total for this project was about $400. I already had all the furniture and the paint. Yes, I do understand that it is obnoxious to have 5 sewing machines in one person's craft room. However, do you KNOW how much I sew??? I have light thread in one of the sergers and dark in the other. The machine on the upper shelf is an embroidery one. And, the one for the girls I got at Overstock.com for only $144, and I LOVE it. So do the girls. My Elna machines are just too expensive for them to "play" with. :) What do you think of my new room? Teresa