Alexandra Davydova
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.Now this is a great studios space. Lots of light. Huge work area. High ceilings. Smooth easy to clean floor.

.Now this is a great studios space. Lots of light. Huge work area. High ceilings. Smooth easy to clean floor.

Wonderful to have a place to spread out on

Wonderful to have a place to spread out on

My dream to have a large studio to paint, build, sew, and do pottery. And, a large kitchen to bake my cakes. Two most important rooms:) I'd be in heaven.

My dream to have a large studio to paint, build, sew, and do pottery. And, a large kitchen to bake my cakes. Two most important rooms:) I'd be in heaven.

Maybe a small area or even just a table that's all paint-splattered and stuffed with art supplies

Maybe a small area or even just a table that's all paint-splattered and stuffed with art supplies

Rosin paper workbench cover http://www.familyhandyman.com/workshop/tips-for-a-tidy-workshop/view-all

Rosin paper workbench cover http://www.familyhandyman.com/workshop/tips-for-a-tidy-workshop/view-all

Craft room wall: This is just beautiful! If you click on the image and scroll down this woman's site to see how she set up this room with all the vintage items, it's just beautiful!

Craft room wall: This is just beautiful! If you click on the image and scroll down this woman's site to see how she set up this room with all the vintage items, it's just beautiful!

For the seamstress, the home office or the scrapbooker!

For the seamstress, the home office or the scrapbooker!

Industrial style and lots of storage on the walls

Industrial style and lots of storage on the walls

Valentino, Spring 2017 - The Most Magnificent Details from the Spring '17 Paris Runways - Photos

Valentino, Spring 2017 - The Most Magnificent Details from the Spring '17 Paris Runways - Photos

For Slovakian textile lover Terézia Krnáčová, thread is as important as air or food. To honor this obsession, she created Everyday Bread, a simple project in which she elaborately stitches and weaves thread into slices of bread.

For Slovakian textile lover Terézia Krnáčová, thread is as important as air or food. To honor this obsession, she created Everyday Bread, a simple project in which she elaborately stitches and weaves thread into slices of bread.