Hello there! Hope you had a good weekend. Have you visited our DT gallery? It's up and filled with lots of inspiration.
Last Friday, I promised a peek into Lisa's workspace, and here it is. It's pretty awesome.
Since I work from home and occasionally have to meet with graphic design clients here, I have commandeered the office space in our house. It's about a 12' x 12' room in which I have a big wooden desk, a glass-doored bookcase, a red leather chair, an antique filing cabinet and several smaller storage cabinets and bins to hold all my stuff. Almost all of the pieces are hand-me-downs or were found at antique stores, & garage sales. I have a thing for furniture with a history. And if it has peeling paint, even better.
Directly behind my desk is a glass-doored bookshelf, which holds the bulk of my scrapping supplies. I have them sorted into a variety of bins, buckets and baskets and I'm always on the lookout at flea markets for vintage-y type storage. Currently this space is packed full, which means a cleaning purge is imminent. :)
I searched forever for a safe, sturdy storage option for my beloved cardstock and I was never able to find anything that was just right. So my handy husband made me two wooden bins that fit my specifications perfectly.
My patterned paper doesn't get such pretty storage - it's stacked in paper racks and housed in the coat closet adjacent to my office. This is another area in desperate need of a purging. Luckily, it's also behind closed doors so it makes it easy to ignore. ;) We also put shelves in this closet to house all my albums (and getting all my layouts into these albums is currently a work in progress!)