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Old 2014-10-07, 8:49am
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I see a lot of threads where people show their studios...

Maybe we can have this thread with all pics together?

It will help me as a new comer to see different ideas all together!!!

Thanks!!

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Old 2014-10-10, 8:09am
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160 views... no pics?

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Old 2014-10-13, 6:21am
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Everybody has to hurry up and clean it , like me!!LOL
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Old 2014-10-13, 6:45am
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Mine is in turmoil right now, moving everything around, might take me another week or so to get it all put in the new configuration.
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Old 2014-10-13, 9:08am
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That explains!!!

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Old 2014-10-13, 9:27am
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I'll post a couple once I get out there. It looks like a tornado swept through it, but there you are
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Old 2014-10-15, 11:01am
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I'm in the UK and here's my Studio.

My Messy Studio by The Owl Goes Hoot, on Flickr
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Old 2014-10-15, 1:20pm
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Mine still kind of looks like this. I've moved my kiln to the right and the glass to the left (Kiln is on the left in this pic).



My main glass storage (again, way old pic. I have glass all over the place.):

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Old 2014-10-19, 3:22pm
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Very cool!!
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Old 2014-10-21, 11:34am
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Here are some pics of my studio

CG Beadroller Storage

Glass Stash
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Old 2014-10-25, 6:49am
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Wow, very neat!!

Thanks for sharing!
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Old 2014-10-28, 6:02am
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Beatrix, I love the way you cut your glass storage at an angle. So smart!

Here are pics from last year of my "space" and glass storage. I've since added some shelves on the l left-hand wall for frit and tools. I batch anneal, so my kiln is outside in the shed.



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Old 2014-10-28, 6:12am
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Glenda, tell us about your chair please. Is that comfortable? Will it raise up & down?
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I love my stool. It does raise and lower, and it's on wheels so I can move easily. It's very comfortable, although I think I need to raise my torch because I seem to be slouching. There is also a version with a small backrest. It came from Wal-Mart, the link is here:

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Ergonomic-...hrome/10778744

Available in multiple colors, too!
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Old 2014-10-28, 4:35pm
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All your pictures are helping me design and build my corner! Thanks for the inputs!

I have started on the ventilation and framed up the portion I will be using.

Kiln, torch and fan all ordered!!
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Old 2014-10-28, 4:35pm
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Oh yeah! The stool is cool!
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Old 2014-10-28, 4:37pm
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I love my stool. It does raise and lower, and it's on wheels so I can move easily. It's very comfortable, although I think I need to raise my torch because I seem to be slouching. There is also a version with a small backrest. It came from Wal-Mart, the link is here:

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Ergonomic-...hrome/10778744

Available in multiple colors, too!
Thank you, I will measure to see if it will be high enough tomorrow. I went to Sam's to get the metal one in the same shape I'd seen there, but they were all gone.
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Old 2014-12-09, 6:14pm
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After almost 5 months of research on lampworking, I now have a super ultra mini studio to play in..

Now it's practice, practice, practice!
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Old 2014-12-09, 6:15pm
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Couldn't add two on same post...?
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Old 2014-12-10, 3:11am
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Looks very well thought out. Pegboards will keep tools within reach and organized, ventilation system will keep your lungs safe. Now it's time to play and get it all messy. Enjoy and a great job.
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Old 2014-12-10, 8:01pm
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That is THE cutest studio I have ever seen!
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Congratulations on your ultra mini studio!

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Old 2014-12-11, 1:48pm
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Thanks everyone!

This weekend I am planning to melt lots of glass!!!!

It is pretty small...But the folding door is nice: I can just shut it not be bothered! AHAHAHAH
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Old 2014-12-14, 8:35pm
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Spent some time, got some marbles and an attempt of a fish... Let's see what the kiln can do for me! Hahaha

Also added some cut up PVC pipes to hold the rods I heave and hung some tools.

I can see in no time it is going to be looking like yours!!
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Old 2014-12-15, 7:53pm
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Really cute!
Make sure you are getting fresh air coming into that little space Especially if you plan on shutting the door.
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Old 2014-12-16, 5:44am
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Thanks Dawn!

Yes, i have two windows opened behind me!!

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Old 2014-12-16, 1:34pm
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Old 2014-12-16, 5:53pm
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Very nice setup!
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Old 2014-12-21, 4:51pm
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Today I worked on some arm rest with bits I had laying around. Pieces I've got from an old Supplier..

I haven't tried it yet but it looks promising!
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Old 2014-12-21, 4:51pm
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