The studio was used to house all sorts of boxed items destined for other parts of the house. It was simply a dumping ground and was filthy from the previous owners and smelled of old people and cats.
After moving in in May and having my daughter in June it felt to me like the studio would never come to life. Mr. Artistic Bean (Mr. AB for short) simply had way too many things on his plate with running his own business and still working on the house to help so it was up to me. And in the end it was SO satisfying. There is nothing like looking back at all of your hard work and seeing how far you have come. So join me dear reader on a little adventure that has evolved over the last year's worth of baby nap times and stolen moments to give birth to The Artistic Bean Studio!
So then came my next vision. A counter the length of the wall and the height of a table. Mr. AB was on the job. He knew just how he wanted to make it. He even drew plans for me to approve and everything! He's awesome.
How do you ensure that it will be level you ask? Well when your hubby is a Land Surveyor it's no problem! You just bust out the old digital level.
Ask your wife who used to work with you out in the field to dust off her skills and you're both off and leveling!
It's an ever growing and ongoing process to arrange and organize but as any artist will tell you, a studio is a living, breathing space. It's constantly growing and evolving along with the artist who inhabits it.