You can't have a great sewing room, without a great sewing cabinet!
Sew, (haha) here is the one I designed and built for the room.
I put a machine lift in the cabinet, which I think is really a necessity, not a luxury.
The machine is in "storage" position here.
The three lower drawers are a separate stand alone unit.
When in the second position, an acrylic insert fills the gap,and the cabinet top is level with the machine. The lift will also bring the machine above the desktop, for operating in open arm or changing bobbins.
Inside the top drawer, is a 4' long folding ironing board.
The stand alone drawers all feature full extension ball bearing slides.
The cabinet also has an enormous drop leaf. With the leaf up, the cabinet top is a full 4'x6'.
You can also see here, there is also an extension that fits over the ironing board mechanism.
Recently, I was asked to build some kind of room divider for a house. I figured the best plan would be to build a suite of top hung sliding doors. So that's just what I did. There are four separate tracks in the top jamb, and each door is able to slide past it's neighbour. I used 1/4" tempered glass, in a pattern called "rain". The doors are Douglas Fir, and are still quite blonde. Over the next few months, they'll oxidize to a warm amber hue.