Stepping outside the Thirty Days of Gratitude for a spell…
I am trying to create a crafting and projects area in our guest room. My desk/office space is already there (if you want to see the fabulous redesign of my guest room, click here), so it only makes sense to put a crafting and project area there, too.
This is the area I’m going to convert to my project space:
“Is that a vanity?” you ask yourself, upon viewing this mess of a space.
Why yes, it is. This is the area between the guest room closet (which is huge – good storage) and the bathroom. The vanity is original to the house (circa 1962) and has a closed-off pipe in case anyone ever wanted to plumb it (no one did).
So, here’s the question: Do I rip out the vanity? Or do I leave it there and just use it for storage and a countertop? Obviously it would be much easier to leave it in and just organize around it and use it as best I can, but ripping it out would allow me to customize the storage there, and I already have a craft table to use in the space (and it’s wider than the countertop).
I’d love your thoughts. What do you think? Where do you do your projects?
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