It is a difficult room to photograph well. Between the skylights, windows, and the crazy yellow paint color the camera sensor gets so confused it just wants to have a drink and call it a day. But since Elaine asked so nicely, I couldn't help but oblige. Hopefully you can still get a sense of the layout of the room.
Here we are, glancing to the right after we enter New Sheville from the breakfast room. The design wall in this picture will be stretched and permanently attached to the wall after the new paint.
I am down to two looms, a 45" Loomcraft and a Baby Wolf, which I smushed all together in the center of the room. The green spinning wheel works just fine, but I don't use it often.
The door on the right in this next photo is the laundry room. The treadle sewing machine also works just fine and sews a nice straight stitch. I even have all the attachments and the original manual.
The quilt on the brick wall is held up with a curtain rod and clip rings so I can change it out often. That passage leads to the shower full of wool and the kitchen.
The door on the left in the following photo leads to that cute little porch with the curved railing where I like to sit and drink a cup of coffee and watch the birds at the feeder. The door in the center is the breakfast room where we first started.
My trusty spinning wheel, Mildred, a cherry Schacht Matchless lives near command central.
I love all the windows around the sewing table, except at night when it feels like everyone is eyeballing me, then I have to close the blinds. I'm still having some issues learning to live amongst society.
So there it is, the whole shebang of New Sheville. My goal was to set it up in work triangles that make sense depending on what I am working on. So far so good.