Photo from Song of Style
I remember when I was in High School I saw a TV show that showed amazing apartments in NYC and one of them was Betsey Johnson's and I went gaga over it! I promptly went out and bought rolls and rolls of holiday sparky wired ribbon in blues, greens, and golds and draped them across the ceiling in my room to give me that same decadent feeling. But if you were taller then 5'6" you had to beware coming into my room or else you would be bumping into baubles of glass ornaments, and ribbon hanging down. I know I have a picture of it somewhere. It was quite excessive for a High Schooler's room in the mid 90's and when the internet was not such a vast see of information and google.
Photo is a scan from Gala Darling
Even now as an Adult I see myself picking up lacy slips that I will never wear myself but I just want to hang in front of somg window or use them strung together as a curtain. Unfortunately my studio is in the basement with tiny Windows and I need all the light I can get, also boy demands that he not live in a princess palace of frilly lace and pastels. Not that I am really the pastel and frilly type, more the deconstructed creams and greys with shots of bold blues and greens.
Speaking of my Dark Dank Studio here are the most recent pictures of the Hurricane of a dungeon that I sew in. If you are surprised by this, I'm sorry but it is what it is and reality is often times not very pretty.
This is actually my new little drawing/painting station I set up in a separate section.
Here is a view of some shoes in their boxes stored to the right
Clothes rack filled with my designs and patterns and garment bags in the middle
On the left is stuffed with fabrics and projects I need to deconstruct
This is my pattern table Covered in pieces of projects the need to be started/finished and patterns in use hanging from various pipes.
I told you it was a Dark Hurricane Dungeon of a Studio
Lastly my row of Sewing machines. Well...... Serger, Sewing Machine and Embroidery Machine.
Also stuffed underneath and behind piles of trims, thread racks and my collection of Gingher Scissors.
You might wonder how I can find anything but that table top is glass so I can see everything underneath and grab at it as needed.