Finding My Space

As I mentioned in my last post, I have a tiny house. This means I have very limited choices, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I’m more often paralyzed by too many options than too few.

Here’s my dilemma.  I’m trying to maintain a “normal” house while dedicating all my free time for blogging and practicing my art.  In a normal house, there are delineations between room functions. A kitchen for cooking, and bedroom for sleeping, and a living room for living (whatever that means to you). But here’s what I found. If I spent my down time in the living room, I just watched TV (no drawing/painting). When I set up my computer in the kitchen to get away from the TV, I lost too much of my valuable counter space AND crumbs ended up in the keyboard AND blogging is not fun sitting on an uncomfortable stool.

Normal does not work for me, and I need a new plan.

So I’m back to the front bedroom.  It’s the largest room in the house, and the one with the best light. My next project is to convert this space into a proper studio/office. And it’s going to take more than just adding a work table Remember the picture of my lovely bedroom renovations I posted last year? The change was an aesthetic improvement, but the room serves no purpose. It was just … normal.

I have no idea where this is going, but if you have any ideas or find a pic of a cool work space that you’d like to share, please forward to my attention!

4 thoughts on “Finding My Space

    1. I was up at 4:30am this morning scouring the internet for pictures to pin. Either I was brain-dead, or I couldn’t find what I was looking for. Better yet, the design I have in mind is actually unique. Hello, patent!

  1. I really love Ikea when it comes to space issues. I could actually live in the 500 sq ft spaces they create. Look at them for ideas and build your own! I can’t wait to see it.

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