It’s been about a month since the $100 challenge where Luke and I tackled the sunroom. To give you a quick refresher, or in case you are new here, we have a large sunroom. We haven’t been using it for anything other than a graveyard, basically, for furniture that doesn’t have a home; well, that and random decor pieces. After participating in the $100 challenge, we were able to get the sunroom to a place where I could start thinking about giving the room a purpose. So, let’s chat about turning the Sunroom into an Office Studio.
First up, if you want to see the before, progress and where we ended up during the $100 challenge, check out those posts.
I still need to share a video tutorial on how to power wash and paint the brick. Sorry for the radio silence on that tutorial but it’s coming soon!
Ok, so after living with the space for about a month, we’ve determined that it doesn’t have much (if any) water issues and bugs aren’t going to be a problem. Yay to both of those! I’d been holding out making plans for the space until we saw what types of issues we were going to have with the water/bugs but so far, so good!
I’ve slowly started to move a few things into the space that I know I’m going to use. I’ve even set up a few “zones” to work with.
Before I show you around and what I think I’m going to do zone-wise, let me just say that I shopped my home with the pieces in this space. They are placeholders until I get more long-term pieces that fit.