The unfortunate thing is, now that the freshly painted room (except for the ceiling and I am not looking up until a cobweb hits me in the nose) the hodge-podge of furniture that we had for our sewing tables looks lame. I have been saving my pennies for an upgrade on the computer, but now I am thinking a new sewing cabinet system for our machines might be a better idea.
David and I sold two pieces out of the Acorn Gallery in Idyllwild and that money will in the future move out to stimulate that ol' economy when I get enough collected. We did stop and look at one system in person and I did some internet research and spied another that might work. One is a dual set up, both machines in one cabinet, and the other is separate cabinets for each machine. The dual cabinet would give the studio a very clean look and the other would allow some different positioning options. The problem with that is there are not a lot of options in the studio because of the cabinets hanging on the wall, the window and design board positions. Both types would most likely end up in the same area.
The two we are considering are the Koala Dual Mate IV or the Kangaroo and Joey. (Are you spotting a theme here?) They both turn out to be about the same cost even though from different companies. We saw the Dual Mate in person and it seems very well constructed and is a USA company. I have not done all the research on the Kangaroo but it is also at a local shop. David and I will check out the materials on the Kangaroo before the big decision.