It wasn’t worth it because I ended up not going into my studio hardly at all. It just wasn’t comfortable. So I say this, your studio should be whatever is comfortable to you. If your work requires a lot of space and organization, then go for it. But some people might feel more relaxed working at their kitchen table or in their wood shop. It’s all up to you. A studio was not necessary for me and that room is now in the process of becoming a lounge. ;)
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I have my own art studio. It is a spare bedroom with a desk, a chair, art supplies, and 2 windows. It’s really nice when I’m “in the groove” with a project and I don’t have to worry about any disturbances such as a tv.