The Sewing corners They are a great place to work on our own designs. Patching our children’s clothes, making our own dresses or house curtains and, ultimately, creating. Some people do not have enough space to put a sewing room, but if you have the privilege of having a corner for it, take advantage of it. In today’s article we will give you some ideas for sewing rooms.
There are endless options and ideas to have everything neat and that, besides, is an inspiring and beautiful place. It is known that order in any work space is paramount, because it is the best way to concentrate and that things go as we expect. Look at some of the proposals that we bring you.
Perforated boards, the latest fashion
There are decorative trends that can come great in this of the sewing rooms. The perforated boards, for example, they are very useful. Not only do they serve in the garages, for the DIY area. They also serve to order our objects and sewing elements. These boards allow to incorporate shelves, shelves and baskets, in which you can store the fabrics, and save from your threads to buttons or tapes. The best of all? That are economical and super aesthetic.
Blank or in color
Following with more ideas for sewing rooms, we must say that the aesthetics of this space will depend a lot on the taste of each one. However, a good idea would be to bet on white furniture, both on shelves and on the table, to let the color spread through the materials. such as the case of threads, fabrics and other elements. If so much white overwhelms you, there are very colorful sewing rooms that are also very nice. Shelves in some bright color, for example, and pictures and letters all over the wall. All watered by the color of your buttons, threads and fabrics.
Sewing rooms ordered
The order in sewing rooms is essential. There are so many materials, elements and tools that we find in these workspaces, that if we do not know how to organize them, they can mean total chaos. So, having shelves to have the fabrics and remnants well ordered, or a panel to hang all your utensils, as well as drawers for larger pieces of fabric, is paramount.
Sewing corners in small spaces
If you have always wanted to have a corner of sewing, but you do not have enough space, do not worry, this is not a problem. A small corner in your living room or office can be more than enough. In addition, there are options as fun and original as hiding the sewing area inside a closet, for example. The essential thing is to have a table to support you, drawers to store your items and good light to work without straining your eyes.