Welcome to my little studio.. which once was our little cottage's original 'outside bathroom'. We had been using it for storage and the occasional bath, until one evening whilst staring at the beautiful condition of the original Murray pine floor boards, I realised it would make the perfect little studio hideout.
Before - with original sink and bath..
Every wall was painted teal, which I liked, but it made the already tiny space very dark. So I decided to paint two walls white and leave the feature wall with the bath the lovely teal. With a little clever thinking, we turned the bath into a day bed which is also ideal for storage and I got to keep the quirky taps on the wall.
After - My Little Studio - complete with thrifted desk and new day bed.
View from the day bed.. I love the little windows and just had to turn my recently thrifted scarf into a sweet curtain. Without any shelving, boxes and crates made the perfect storage solution.
The little reading nook and original sink.. Perfect for an afternoon cup of tea and an adventure to Wonderland.
The little details on my desk..
After a full weekend's work, three coats of paint, a morning of thrifting, and an afternoon of decorating, I can now start creating. And I can't wait, I honestly feel like I did when I was six years old and my Dad built me my very own tree house. Virgina Woolf was right, a woman really does need a room of her own. Pop by on Thursday to check out my little studio secrets, including the crazy bath/day bed storage system.