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Thread: help with designing your room

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    Super Member damaquilts's Avatar
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    help with designing your room

    I came across this pdf while looking for help redesigning my sewing room. While the furniture isn't sewing tables the windows and doors are going to help a lot as are the tables. Actually I am just lazy and this does some of the measuring for me.
    http://www.copenhagenfurniture.com/RoomPlanner.pdf

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    That's a great idea! Thanks for the pdf.

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    Thank you! This is awesome......................
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    thank you very much for the link. i have it bookmarked ... will be using this soon as i am going to redo my sewing area.
    ​debra

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    great resource for a variety of uses, sewing room, furniture positioning or buying before you move or buy everything and find out it wont fit!

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    Thank you for the info!!!!!

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    Thank-you a very useful tool for all of the house

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    Super Member damaquilts's Avatar
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    I am glad it helped

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    Thank you for the link. How do I bookmark this on this site. Sorry, I am a new member and working my way round slowly.

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    I can't say for sure but I think like you would bookmark any other site. Save to favorites or any bookmark you usually use. There may be a way to do it here but I haven't found it yet

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    Ms. damaquilts, I say let the cute little baby doggie do the redesigning, something that cute can only do good.
    Our Bichon "Oscar" is a doll & only does things that are perfect. lol

    Lana
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    I have used that one and I also use this one
    http://arrangearoom.bhg.com/arrangearoom/

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    [QUOTE=Quilting Dreamer;5706318]Ms. damaquilts, I say let the cute little baby doggie do the redesigning, something that cute can only do good.
    Our Bichon "Oscar" is a doll & only does things that are perfect. lol

    Lana

    Lana, If I let Daisy do it . it would take forever. LOL She is an 8 yr old shihtzu that was found as a stray back in April . And mostly what she does is sleep or zone out staring at walls. Everyonce in awhile she gets just a little active and we say she is getting wild.

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    Ms. damaquilts, That is just too cute. I like her name Daisy---she looks to have the perfect name, what a doll.
    Oscar is 12yrs and came from a home in Port Huron (not good) he was 5 when we got him.
    Ms. Daisy looks to be loved to pieces. I have a Son & family in Virginia Beach.
    You take care
    Lana
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    Thank you - not only am I going to design my studio, but all the rooms in my new home before I move in! Thanks bunches for the pdf.

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    For years as a Military wife I used graph paper, 1 square=1 foot. Cut out furniture or what ever had to go in space and then I could move it around until I figured a way to make it fit or what had to go. Now live in a little mobile home here in FL and twice the stuff that fits in here, along with dogs and puppy playpens. And DH has way to many of his toys of course, and I keep waiting for house to split at the seams. He he he. Oh well, maybe someday I will have more room for a sewing room, in the meantime I work to just find a place to put things so I know where they are.
    Hope everyone has a Happy New years and had a great Christmas.

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