Don’t these baskets look all orderly? As in, they’re stored in their perfect place, ready to be grabbed on a whim for a photo shoot?
Well, that’s what I’ve been aiming to strive for the past few days. I’ve been putting in a few late nights in my downstairs office trying to make heads or tails out of the mountain that continues to accumulate down there.
You see, I want to sit down and WRITE. I want stuff accessible for the photoshoots I’ll need in ORDER to write. And I can’t do it this way. So.. one thing at a time. I need order in the house!
Beware, this is not pretty.
See why I can’t get into that studio?!? It’s been blocked off. 😛
This space shares my sign shop downstairs. I’ll give you a better visual when it’s… cleaner.
The initial idea was a sound one. Floor to ceiling storage and only keep so much stuff if it won’t fit on the shelves. But I knew when I built this temporary area that I’d need a much larger space. So I’ve been working hard on the other side of the basement to make that happen.
This silly project has been about a year in the making now. When one computer bit the dust, I decided to do without that secondary one and free up a room for the photo studio. The result of losing an entire room left me in a serious need to purge and better organize.
This event has been no small potatoes. One change effected 5 areas in my home and in order to make one happen, they all had to be touched at the same time. It’s been quite a shuffle.
But.. it’s working. 🙂
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So while I continue to dig myself outta the junk ditch only a true hoarder could love…
it’s good to see SOMEONE enjoying my studio.
Must be nice.
Want more info on that storage unit? I reveal my love for them and how to build them HERE.
Where do you store your ‘stock’?