This is a little farther right, a stereo cabinet holding a tv, a bookcase of paperbacks, another entertainment center hold photo boxes of WIP, a bin with sewing patterns, a basket of DMC sorted in flossaway bags, my Amish rocking chair made by an Amish farmer in Indiana, bought when I was pregnant with my oldest son. It's 21 years old and it's in the garage because when Polly was a puppy she ate it and we have to decide if we can sand it and it restain it where the wood is bent or if we should leave well enough alone.
And this is a fold out table where right now I cut out fabric until I get the money to buy a sewing table and cutting table from JoAnn's it'll work just fine for my sewing machine too. The table in front with all the books piled up on it is an air hockey table we scored for a song at a thrift shop but no one plays with it but for some reason we can't let it go, maybe because it's holding all the junk.
My friend Pam gave me a rug for this area for Christmas I'm looking forward to putting it out here when I get a little more junk from the other side of the garage organized or cleaned out which I haven't shown you because this is humiliating enough BUT it looks so much better now, I'm kind of proud of the space I've made. A few issues I didn't consider, there are no plugs/outlets on this side of the garage so I will need a few extension cords, maybe a surge protector, the light isn't bad especially in the afternoon and I honestly don't see me working out here at night. It's a good space unless it's like now, it's freezing cold or in July and August when it's as hot as the surface of the sun but the better part of the year I think it'll be a good place to escape to when I want to do some sewing and not fight over the tv or have the sewing machine set up in the living room as it is now and I haven't touched it in weeks. I can just pop a DVD in and work away. I still need a stereo for out here. My iPod is so old they don't make docking stations for it any more, should have bought one a long time ago but I'll be happy with a Boombox or small 3 CD player.