Tuesday, March 3, 2015

My Photography Studio & Vintage Bliss Tuesdays Linky Party #24

Fisher Price Vintage School Days Desk at Vintage Bliss

Clearly I don't have a photography studio. But I do have a table by a big window in our walkout basement. You can read more about this table in a previous post. My dad gave it to me - it has a lot of history and I enjoy using it to set up many of my photos for Vintage Bliss Tuesdays as well as my recipe shots.


My Blogger's Photography Studio

Our basement, much to my husband's chagrin, is home to (literally) hundreds of items that the kids and I no longer want to keep upstairs but are unwilling to throw out. Like my childhood Fisher Price School Days desk. I just think it's so adorable. My "photography studio" also acts as a base for crafts, art activities, reading and whatever else the family gets up to (constructing guitar pedals in my husband's case).

Setting Up Photos For Your Blog, The Basement Studio

Hubby built two big bookshelves to house all (or should I say most) of our albums and dvds and a small portion of our book collection. (The VHS tapes are housed elsewhere, because you know how they come in so handy, ha ha.)

Setting Up Photos For Your Blog, The Basement Studio

I keep hoping to weed out all the unneeded toys, books and clothes one day so we can easily access all the good stuff that's still useful. One day. In the meantime, there will be more life lived at this beaten-up, scratched and well-loved table.

What's housed in your basement?


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20 comments:

  1. Great storage and place to work. Thank you for Vintage Bliss 24 Joann. Have a great week.

    Joy

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  2. hairpin legs? that is one cool table. :)

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    1. Yeah, we took the legs off another table! ;)

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  3. Oh my Jo I completely forgot about your little fisher price desk. I'm assuming that the three of shared the desk or I didn't have to study because I'm so natural brilliant Ha ha

    Love you

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  4. I wish I had a basement, especially a sunny one like yours. Thanks for the party!

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    1. I just go down there to take pics mostly, but my husband likes to hang out down there. It's sort of his man cave. ;)

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  5. Thanks so much for hosting, Joann!

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    1. Thanks for playing along Diana! :)

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  6. So jealous of your extra space, we need a spot for projects and collections... desperately!

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    1. We do have lots of space...but somehow we managed to fill it all! ;)

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  7. Ha our basement was half finished last year. The finished half has our board games. The unfinished half? The summer patio cushions, my collection of vases and every piece of house repair/updaty tool and supply we don't need but I buy anyway.

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    1. I think we all deserve a little bit of storage space!!

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  8. No basements here, unfortunately not a done thing in this part of the world! I loooooove basements, when I went to the US a long time ago the basements always blew me away. I decided if I ever won the lottery and wanted to build a home from scratch it would have a big basement level and we could live there in the summer :)

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    1. You have many other things that make up for basements! Like the lack of snow!! ;) Basements are nice and cool in the summer though (well, cooler than upstairs anyway), so your dream home basement sounds like a good idea!

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  9. I love your table. The tales it could tell. Have a great weekend!

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    1. So true! Just like I wish my dogs could talk. ;)

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  10. our basement used to look like that an we slowly thinning it out-I just donated ALL my records (except Christmas records) and even though there weren't a LOT of them they just sort of never had a home so off they went!

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    1. Sounds like you are doing amazing with your clean-up Laura. I'm hoping to kick ours into high gear this summer. But then, I said that last summer...

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