Here's a little tour of what I'm facing.
Instead of getting to watch the squirrels play on my trees, and the lizards chasing bugs in the bushes (not to mention the drug deals going down on the corner) this is now my LOVELY view from my desk.
The side of my neighbors house, and his junker car. Guess I'll be leaving the curtains shut and facing a wall of blue fabric instead.
Now, to the immediate right of my desk is my bed. When when I say immediate I mean they are physically touching each other. Then, on the wall to the right of the bed is my "storage"
Now, all the empty shelf space you see is ALL OF THE STORAGE SPACE I HAVE LEFT. That's right. That little bit of empty space is all the room I have to make my craft room fit into.
Now, wanna see how much I have left to move?
Now, ONE of those two bookshelves can go into the living room beside my Stephen King shelf that got moved there already, but the rest of that is supposed to somehow fit on those tiny little shelves I have left.
I guess what I really need is a loft bed so that I can sleep by the ceiling and have more space underneath it. Except that wouldn't work either. Our tiny house with tiny rooms comes with low ceilings. Not to mention I'd never be able to heft myself up a ladder into bed every night. Specially when hauling a newborn.