Here's a shot of the inside of my studio for this past summer. I enjoyed the fresh air and natural light. The best thing about working in this particular space was that it solved a long time problem for me. There was pegboard already installed on one of the walls and I used that surface to hang the paintings while I worked on them, which completely eliminated the need for an easel. Personally, I've always hated easels. They're expensive, they take up too much space, and the ones that are affordable are wobbly and unstable. Pegboard is adjustable, cheap, and plenty secure to hang any size painting on. FYI, I suggest putting peg board in your studio.