A creative hub. Want a room where you can paint, draw, sew, craft, photograph or sculpt? An airy, light-filled space with hardworking surfaces and ample table space is what you need. A studio like the one shown here would be a dream worth saving up for — but a converted garage or outbuilding could work well in the meantime.
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2. Make a giant bulletin board. Mega inspiration board or supersize display space for your child’s art? You decide. Get cork, available in rolls at most home improvement stores, and affix it to your wall with finishing nails. While you’re at the store, have some molding cut to fit and use that as a frame. Once you have the whole thing installed, paint it to match your wall color for a seamless look.