Far away from the cold night air
With one enormous chair
Oh, wouldn't it be loverly?
OK... the chair isn't enormous but it works better in the bedroom than in the studio. I will find the perfect studio chair in the days to come. The bed was moved to open up the space and to be farther away from leaking light from my window. And the chest moved too, so I can actually use daylight to see what's in the drawers. I am more likely to do email in the bedroom and the computer and my knitting are now right where they ought to be.
I found an old duvet cover from our Illinois house that works for a summer coverlet-sans comforter, as there is some aqua in the print. My chair will get a new cushion cover to go with the room, since I have found oodles of aqua fabrics to use. Woowoo. A real project is on the horizon.
The studio got tweeked a bit more too, with the design wall moved to share the back wall with the fabrics. Much more handy and out of the sun which is blazing quite a bit now that it is summer. I am so loving the new floors.
The TV is on an Alex chest from IKEA, on wheels so it can be turned easily if I have a lot of quilting to do at the machine. And I found a nice use for that small white table, next to the machine with the thread chest tucked neatly under it. That is the sort of thing that makes me feel so satisfied.
And the first yellow coneflower has opened. It is a new variety Cheyenne Spirit, with oranges, reds and yellows in the mix.