you could probably find things at the Habitat for Humanity resale stores -
and in the magazine about studios I think there was an art teacher
that had hers in a tote bag. Okay... I think she had the entire 2nd
floor of her husband's retail space... but she was never there because
she was always taking her kids around to practices.
So I guess we can all have studios in a bag...
On Sun, Oct 5, 2008 at 3:39 PM, Margaret Angstadt <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thought I'd add a possibility for those who want to set up a studio
> but might not have $ for cabinets. My husband is a kitchen designer.
> Often cabinets arrive that cannot be used and they are sold at 50 -
> 75% off the price. Or better yet, contact your nearest kitchen
> designer or builder and get used cabinets that are being replaced from
> homeowners buying new ones...often just for the service of removing
> them from the property!
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