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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Silent Sunday- Beginnings of a Studio

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Just a couple of words so you know what you're looking at! We just began converting our 1940's unuasable garage into a studio......

17 comments:

Kiki said...

Wow..how exciting and fabulous for you...you must be thrilled! best wishes on this new adventure! Yay..what a feeling!
Victoria~

Kelly Jeanette said...

Good luck! How wonderful to have your own space to create.

The kids look adorable.

Tara Dillard said...

Fabulous recycle, garage to studio.

Does it already have window/s on the side?

Back?

Love it when things are in the 'potential' phase.

Garden & Be Well, XO Tara

Shelinwa said...

awesome I love it.
More creatiing space!!!

Dianne said...

It's going to be very cool!

Healing Woman said...

Love what you are doing so far. Those new doors are far better than the old fashioned garage doors and add so much character to your home..great going!!!

Felicia Kramer said...

OOOh, I'm jealous! My particular fantasy is a separate outbuilding as a studio connected with the house by a greenhouse. Of course I will never get it. Your garage studio will be just as wonderful!

Regina said...

That is awesome. I know you will enjoy it!!!

Hugs,
Regi

Jo said...

How wonderful and exciting too! Can't help but be a tad envious though lol! Having your very own creative space will be truly awesome!
Hugs xxx

Mila said...

I love your US home & art studio! That is my dream :)!
Lucky you!
Hugs and have a wonderful week!
Mila :)

Plumrose Lane said...

What a darling home you have!! You have to be SO excited about the studio ~ how fun that will be!
♥Sharon

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I came to leave a thanks for identifying the sunflowers for me, and saw my comment I made last Sunday was not here. I know I left it, and I always try to check to make sure it "takes," but for some reason it's not here. Better late than never, right?

If I remember what I said, it was something like how sweet it was of your family to give up the garage for your studio. I look forward to the progress you make and hope you will be in it before the snow flies (OOPS, snow really doesn't FLY in GA, does it)!!

Susan said...

I'm so excited for you to be designing your new studio! I look forward to following along on its progress. Warm regards, Susan

Lynn said...

Stephanie, your home is so beautiful and cute, good luck with the new studio, you will have to keep us updated :)

artangel said...

How exciting! It already looks like it will be amazing. Wishing you many happy and creative hours in there!

Nancy Martin said...

I like the way you put stone on the under pining on the side of the french doors. Now it is screaming for an arbor to the edge of the house extending the length of the garage. Complete it with a stone patio, and you have perfect place to paint, read, and have a cup of tea.

Jaime Haney aka ArtsyFartsy.Me said...

I don't know how I missed this! How is it now?? Are you painting in it? ARe there more pictures?? I'm so excited for you... and you have a super cute house!

xxoo,
Jaime