Several years ago, I made myself a miniature model of my sewing room and the furniture in it. It's perfectly to scale with 1" = 1'. It made it so easy to come up with a space plan before having my husband and brother help with the heavy lifting. I kept it after the last move, so I pulled it out again to play with. This is the current layout of the room.
I was hoping to put down hard wood floors some years ago, but it was just too expensive to justify so I still have carpet in there. I built a number of the model pieces using balsa wood, but towards the end I was getting tired and resorted to paper for the rest. The big red box on the right is my quilting frame.
I haven't really begun to play with the new layout. I really want to finish going through everything in the room first. Plus I'm going to be out of town at the end of the month and I'm still busy preparing for the classes I'm going to teach. Perhaps I can really start tackling that aspect of it in May - along with a zillion other house projects. My honey-do list is growing exponentially.
My heart is confident in you, O God; my heart is confident. No wonder I can sing your praises!
Psalm 57:7 (NLT)