Setting Up Your Drawing Room or Table

Studios are magical places. They are not like other rooms in a house. While most rooms are shared spaces, your studio is just for you—even if it's just a corner of a room. Your studio will be an intensely personal place, a retreat where you can express yourself in the surroundings, as well as in what you create.

A studio can be a large, expansive space with several work areas, lots of storage, walls of books, a computer, a sound system, and great light. Or, it can be a sunny end of your kitchen, the bay window of your dining room, a spare bedroom, or any quiet corner where you like to sit. Try for good light if you can; a corner with a window and a blank wall will do nicely. A small space can still be made into a special place for you, and a drawing table, or any table, is a beginning.

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