I live in a seriously tiny studio apartment with my husband -- no really, the apartment is less than 200 square feet! It's been an interesting adventure to figure out how to make the space work for us, and how to include a studio space for me to work in.
After a lot of experimenting, I think I've created a space that works for well for me -- as well as leaving some space for S to work in also. :)
I like to surround the workspace with colors and textures I like. I adore this vintage postcard we picked up in Austin on our trip earlier this year.
To fit everything in a tiny space, I got an French Easel to hold works-in-progress. As a bonus, it also doubles as a place to store my paints and brushes. Most of my paintings are done in acrylic paint, but lately I've been experimenting with more watercolor, colored pencils, and pen and ink.
I hope you enjoyed seeing the studio tour! You can also check out some of my finished pieces at my portfolio website or my Etsy shop!