What is the furniture I need for my sewing room? A Sewing machine table
What are the pieces of furniture I want for my sewing machine room?
❤ A big drop-in Sewing machine table,
❤ A table for my laptop and printer,
❤ A cutting table with large storage underneath,
❤ An ironing table, and
❤ A cabinet with lots of storage
What we need and what we want and what we get are almost always poles apart. Isn’t life unfair?.
And what I have is – My little sewing machine delegated to a corner table. I really need a bigger table. My cutting table is an ordinary table that has got some height after I slipped cut pieces of PVC pipes under the legs to elevate them so that I don’t strain my back. Then of course, there is my multipurpose dining table.
I am a little handy with power tools ( I mean, I have them) and have made a bookshelf and a table (slightly imperfectly) before. A big Ana white fan here. With that arrogance, I have started searching for some plans for DIY sewing desks/cutting tables / pressing tables around the net for perfect sewing room tables.
These girls do give me a complex with their perfectly made sewing room furniture. Here are the 15 I found I want (all of them). If you want to customize your sewing space according to your specific needs and preferences, you will want to try one of these creative sewing table ideas.
DIY Sewing Table Ideas
This easy sewing machine table is a modified IKEA table.
18 cubbies in the sewing table are not too much for the avid sewist. So many trims and notions to store, not to mention about fabric stash. The table also has two small drawers perfect for your scissors and seam ripper. Every sewing room needs such space for material storage.
A dream sewing room addition, this table is foldable when not in use, making it an excellent choice for those who need a big table but wants it neatly folded when not in use. Super Space-saving, don’t you think?
This table is made of a large sheet of plywood and Ikea table legs and gives ample space to work with large quilts and such big projects with ease. A big workspace for your big fabric projects.
An IKEA table is covered with plywood and low-loft cotton batting, making it suitable as a pressing table. This is a great way of customizing your sewing space with the fabric you love.
This is an excellent table you can make for small spaces for optimizing space. It is a little limiting when compared to bigger tables but if you do not have an option other than the kitchen countertop, this is perfect. A very functional design that combines good aesthetics.
A vintage french Armoire transformed into a sewing cabinet; What a wonderful way for me to close the door to the mess I make when sewing. All your sewing tools can be kept inside this creative storage space, along with your sewing machine.
Made from an Ikea bookshelf and desktop, this is a DIY a beginner can easily attempt. A very easy DIY tutorial that you can adapt to your corner space.
This beautiful table has enough space for 3 machines made with 2 desktops and table legs. With drawers added underneath giving enough storage, looks quite sufficient to me. I want.
This is an Ikea dining table modified and painted a dreamy white to accommodate the sewing machine.
This Tutorial has a Table DIY as well as a cute little bench refashion. An accompanying post shows how to hide the wires behind.
If simplicity is what you want nothing like this oh so beautiful sewing desk. It looks so pretty I don’t mind the almost no-storage aspect. I love it.
This dream cutting table lets you work on cutting and designing dream clothes without damaging your spine. The ergonomics are taken care of. Now on to work.
This is a very easy tutorial to modify an ordinary table you already have to accommodate a sewing machine with a flat surface. (The blog is not active now- I have it here from the webarchive)
So What to do with the old Sewing Machine Table
Do not throw it away or give it away yet. There is more use to it.