Sew Inspiring Rooms {Vintage Trailer Lady}

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

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Today we have Stephanie, the Vintage Trailer Lady, here to share her creative space with us!  Stephanie and I met the other day at the fabric store I work at.  She's a reader of A Little Bit Biased and told me she might have a few pictures to share for my Sew Inspiring Rooms series.  A few days later I received her photos.  What a pleasant surprise it was to see such a beautiful room.  Thank you Stephanie for sharing your space with us!


Hi, I'm Stephanie, and I am so thrilled to share my studio with you. Thank you Amber! This is my favorite room in the house - the place where I spend more time than any other. Come on in! 

There are lots of things I love to do, including scrapbooking, paper crafting, reading and blogging. Quilting and sewing are my favorite, of course. With all my interests, I've tried to fit all my favorite things into one room with space for those people I love most to join me too.  I've taken over a bedroom that's not very big, so I've selected pieces of furniture that will hold lots of supplies, my stash of fabric and all the other fun stuff that goes with it.  My favorite parts of the studio include:

  • The quilted chair by the fun girls at Fibre and Fire
  • The bulletin board is made from a vintage crib spring
  • My desk was built using an old door attached to old table legs
  • Custom mannequin bust from Magda at Nostalgic Corner - some day I will find some beautiful Jewelry to display with her. 
  • Antique store shelves
  • Dress forms (It would appear that I love to make clothing and oh I wish that was true! This dress was my mom's prom dress from the 60's - I love vintage clothing.)
  • The closet full of supplies!

Can you ever have enough supplies?  Apparently not... I need an intervention.

I do like to be organized and use everything for inspiration, hence the reason there aren't any doors on the closet.  You can see my photo albums, scrapbooking supplies and bins of fabric. 

The black dresser is also fantastic. It was a damaged piece at an outlet and I think it's my favorite dresser in the house! I use it for my cutting table and layout station. I think this top drawer is supposed to be for jewelry, but it fits embellishments so perfectly. The drawers are great for organizing ribbon, fabric and kits for future projects.

It's a very busy room and filled to the brim with things I love.  It's very girly and since I'm outnumbered as the only girl in the house, others girls are always welcome! So come on over and visit - either in person or I would love to have you visit my blog at

Stephanie, I am so thrilled you were willing to share your room with us!
Thank you, thank you. 
It is absolutely lovely, unique and inspiring. 
Way to make it perfectly you!

Please feel free to leave Stephanie some comment love below!

And, if YOU think your sewing room is SEW INSPIRING,
and would like to be featured on Sew Inspiring Rooms,
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Happy Quilting!


  1. Oh my goodness! I love this studio! Perfectly lovely!

  2. *Jaw drops* What an amazing room. It has a real retro 60's look to it!! I would love to sew in that room!!! =D

  3. Gotta LOVE that chair!!! What a great studio!

  4. Gotta LOVE that chair!!! What a great studio!

  5. Toll!!!
    Der Sessel ist ja Spitze!!!
    LG Grit

  6. What a fun all the vintage items!!! TFS
    ~Terry~ :o)

  7. Wow, that is a serious sewing room! Thanks so much for sharing all of this amazingness! :-)

  8. Thanks everyone! I love reading your comments. Thanks again Amber for posting about my room, its been so fun!

    @ Donna - vintage is best! This dress may have been more 50's than 60's!

    Thanks all!


  9. Steph, Great job showing your space it is as awesome as you!

  10. I love your studio! Great organization and so much inspiration! Thanks for sharing!

  11. What an inspiring space. Love it. Its so lovely to see other peoples workspaces. Its about time I took pictures of my own as its changed quite a bit.

  12. What a great room, thanks for sharing

  13. Oh my, that chair is just gorgeous...

  14. Eye candy in these photos!


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