I know this does not look anywhere near finished but this is my loft sewing studio. My husband has worked over the past winter months to replace all the knee walls, collar ties, level everything and install subfloor. Last week we had insulation guys in to blow in foam for the ceiling and cellulose under the eves and this weekend both my husband and I added Roxall insulation to the knee walls.
We are almost ready for drywall. Yes, I am seeing a light at the end of the tunnel!
The next part of this renovation is a little tricky because we have to re-orient the stairs on the main level to make them more user friendly and to code to get up to my loft. I am positive our main level will be a disaster for a while.
See the insulation on the knee walls, thats my work, who knew a quilter could insulate..... but it is batting after all!
It's going to be a toasty space in winter and cool in summer and there will be 3 windows eventually.
So that's the before and I cannot wait to show you the after pictures because that will mean I have moved in!
Happy Monday Everyone! 😊
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Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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