In a corner of my new studio, this tall, narrow wooden shelf keeps an array of useful supplies within easy reach. (How I love its original aqua paint and curvy cutouts!) To its left, you'll find my collection of wooden teapot-shaped soap powder holders from the 1930s. To the right, an old metal shopping cart holds rolls of paper.
Tucked in among the studio supplies are some of my favorite little decorative items. So fun, and pretty, too!
Vintage pottery flower pots are perfect for keeping art supplies tidy.
I like to organize my large button collection by color in glass mason jars. Then when I need one for a sewing project, I dump the jar out on a large paper plate and root around until I find just the right one.
Next time, "Studio Details: Part 5" will complete this series of posts highlighting my new workroom. I do hope you've enjoyed them . . .