This screen door is the first thing you will see as you enter my studio. It is not only a charming item, it is also functional. I use it to hold my chains for jewelry design.
But it also has another more important function.
It helps hide the ugly furnace in the corner of my studio. The door is hinged on my north wall so it can be 'opened' in order to allow access to the filter or for work on the furnace.
I keep my other various brushes stored upright in crystal, silver and glass.
If you look beyond my drafting table, to the left, you can see the rest of the room.
If you look closely you can see my jars of shells in the window catching a little sun.
On the right I have my little teapot lamp. It was pewter and I painted it a soft white. Lamps give such a comforting glow to a room.
On the bottom shelf I keep my glitter supply in pretty glass jars on a silver tray.
Aren't these little tubes yummy!
I have to have a place to display my necklace and earring creations and these display pieces work well for me.
Above the jewelry and glitter I have a shallow shelf that holds some spice bottles on little turn tables.
I use these to store some of my jewelry findings, chip beads, and some of my larger beads.
She is right by one of my favorite items. It's an anvil that has been in my family for years. It is attached to a very large old block of wood. My dad had it in his tool shed and it reminds me of him.