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Old 2017-08-04, 12:37pm
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What would you do differently in your setup? Or (possibly more importantly) what part would you keep?
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Old 2017-08-04, 1:50pm
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I would have gone for the bigger shed, like my DH suggested, but it looked so big empty I thought it was plenty big!
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Old 2017-08-04, 3:20pm
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I finally have a tiny couch in mine.

Why did that take so long?
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Old 2017-08-04, 10:17pm
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More shelving, less tools, more glass.
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Old 2017-08-06, 7:16am
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A window that I can leave open overnight. I'm on my third studio. The fist being a covered porch where I put up curtains. I have the best studio ever (even if it's only 11x11) with windows and two doors, but only the doors open and I can't leave them open all night or mice will move in. Sometimes it's pretty stuffy in the morning. If I had more room I would love to have a work table in the center instead of around all the edges.
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Old 2017-08-07, 8:58am
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I would've insulated the "pool house" long ago, so that my studio is weather proof. I'm waiting on a contractor now. It's a long wait.
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Old 2017-08-07, 11:33pm
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Bigger air conditioner
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Old 2017-08-17, 8:57pm
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Probably would have walled it in, insulated it, and would have done my makeup air differently.

ETA I wish wish wish I could have room for two people to work. Gets lonely out there, would love to torch with a friend!
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Old 2017-08-19, 11:45pm
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Tee hee, I would have made the small room my daughters bedroom and the bigger room my studio
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Old 2017-09-14, 3:57pm
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I wouldn't have wasted my money on the Lynx and would have gone directly for my Hellcat. I had a hate-hate relationship with that torch.
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Old 2017-10-26, 5:12am
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I would probably get something bigger and would invest more time in maintenance, but that's about to get solved soon.
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Old 2017-11-12, 4:39pm
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I would have been more picky about what glass I was buying. I bought several auctions on eBay of someone selling someone else's studio. None of the rods were labeled and it all was so dirty. Less tools. I have a number of graphite tools that just collect dust.
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Old 2017-11-14, 5:59pm
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Radiant heater immediately!
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