Turn Your Sewing Area Into a Sewing Studio

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by Sara Snuggerud in Embroidery, Serger, Sewing Machines, Sewing Tips

You go the Home Show to get ideas to upgrade your home. You go to the Lawn & Garden show to for ideas to improve your outdoor living spaces. But where do you go to design your own sewing studio? You go to Heirloom Creations!

With over 26 sewing cabinets on display, 4 cutting tables and multiple options for extra storage, Heirloom Creations has an entire showroom full of sewing furniture. With four different sewing cabinet companies to choose from, they now have sewing studio options for every style and budget.

Want to Design Your Own Sewing Studio? Start Here.

Start by answering these questions to determine your sewing studio needs and sewing studio style.

1. Do you often work on large projects?

2. Would you like it to completely close up your sewing machine when it is not in use?

3. Do you have a room all to yourself or do not have to share?

4. Do you sew in a common space such as a family room or bedroom?

5. Would you like to have both a sewing machine and a serger in the same cabinet?

6. Do you need storage for thread, sewing tools and fabric?

7. Would you like an extra workspace to flip up behind the sewing machine?

8. What is your preference – a hydraulic life or an electric lift?

9. Would you like to customize your very own sewing cabinet from start to finish?

10. Would you like to have a sewing table tall enough to use as a cutting table?

11. Does your sewing machine also embroider?

12. Will you always be sewing in your current room or do you plan to take over another area of the home once children move out of the house.

13. Do you currently own or are planning to own a sewing machine with a longer bed/throat space or a heavier head frame in the future?

Design For Your Future Needs

No matter how you answered the questions above, be sure to leave yourself some growing room. Think about how and what you might like to be sewing once your retire or once you can take over your oldest child’s bedroom when they go off to college.

Please. Please. Please.

Always sit at a cabinet prior to purchase to check for proper height, space and comfort. Check to see that you will be able to sit directly in front of your sewing machine’s needle.

Sewing Cabinet Inserts

A sewing cabinet insert is the plexiglass filler piece that sits snuggly around your sewing machine’s shape. An insert allows for the sewing project to flow across the sewing cabinet without gravity pulling against it. This item is custom cut to any make or model of sewing machine. Please allow 2-3 weeks for this item to arrive.

Fully Assembled Sewing Studios

The four brands of sewing cabinets we sell all arrive fully assembled. Please plan to pick up sewing cabinets with a either a pickup truck, SUV or van. We are happy to help load your sewing cabinet into your vehicle.

The Sewing Studio Companies We Stock

We have taken years researching and carefully selecting each of the four sewing studio furniture companies to stock. Here is a short description of each of the brands that have passed our requirement tests.

  • Koala Cabinets offer a high end semi-custom look and design. Built in Chicago and delivered right to your home!
  • Horn of America offers mid range cabinets assembled and ready to go! We have many on display in the store and in stock for you to take home today.
  • Tailormade Cabinets offer three different sewing cabinets and one cutting table/storage solution at a great price.
  • And now Sylvia Sewing Cabinets give you more options and colors to find the perfect piece for your sewing studio!

Speaking of stocking sewing furniture, most of the styles and popular colors we keep in stock and they are ready to send home with you. Come tell us what your answers are to the above questions and our sewing studio experts can help narrow down the decision process to find the perfect sewing cabinet for you.