Wednesday, 11 May 2011

WOYWW #101

Crickey, I have never joined in WOYWW before...but always wanted to! Not much goining on my workdesk at the moment actually as I have just started redecorating my craft room ;)

So what I am working on, very hard, is deciding what colour to paint the walls with! ;) It just seems impossible for me to stick to one decision...;(

Anyway, this is my craft room "before". Sometime this year, or century, I hope to be able to share a photo "and after"...;)

Still lots of catching up in commenting and visiting to do... if I haven't visited you yet, I will soon!

Big hugs

Joanna x


Kimberly S said...

Goodness you are neat! lol I can't imagine you choosing just one color Joanna, so I am looking forward to seeing what you do pick! :)

Theresa said...

Redo's are exciting! Looks like you have some wonderful colors to choose from for your walls. Looking forward to seeing your progress.

jude said...

Joanne what lovely neat tidy workspace .As for choosing colour have something bright,light and clean looking make your room even bigger than it is also lighter.
Have fun choosing like em surpose patchwork paint job be out the question as love the design youve
Happy Creative Wednesday
hugs Jude x8

Andria said...

Lucky you with all that crafting space and freedom to make it just what you want it to be! Have fun with your paint decision, and happy WOYWW!

Sarpreet said...

gorgeous desk, love your shelve unit, thank you for sharing. Happy WOYWW 101, not long left until the 2nd anniversary, have you done your PIF? #2

Sam said...

Welcome to WOYWW! A neat and tidy desk - yikes! Not sure you should look at mine! I read in a magazine that the likes of Christian Dior go for pale pale grey as it bounces light,makes the area look bigger, and bounces colours making them clearer. I now paint my stone lounge wall pale grey and it works!! Just a thought!!

Lizzybobs said...

lovely space thanks for sharing ;o)

Linda R. said...

What a wonderful space.. I always love to be nosy and see what other peoples workspaces look like.. I must admit right now my I can't even see my desk.. It is covered in all kinds of fun stuff..
I am definitely going to have to pick up before I start my next project.. Can't wait to see what color you come up with.. Hugs, Linda

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Sure it is fun to peek into your little crafting space! Thanks for sharing!

Julia Dunnit said...

Ah Joanne, it will be worth it, but agh!! The paint is the hardest problem - so much choice!! Good luck, you have such a lovely space that whatever colour you plump for will only make it lovelier...keep on!

Susan Allan said...

HI Joanna. You have a wonderful workspace. I love your room, it looks bright and airy!
Deciding on colour is not going to be easy. Why not do a collage of colours; a patchwork. That's what I might do next time.
Did you lose anything when Blogger went down this week? I lost all my comments for the last posting and was really cut up about it!
Take care Joanna and have fun!
sue xx

Shirl said...

Can't wait to see the finished project Joanna - just knew your workspace would be all neat and tidy.
Hugs Shirley x x

Alicia said...

I loved visiting your craft room! Good luck with choosing the paint colour!
Alicia xx

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