To help out my husband who is allergic to acrylic paint fumes, I have quit using Golden Acrylics in the house. Today my husband cleaned the shop and we moved a paint supply cabinet next to the wood stove. The problem my husband points out is that the paint will freeze.
Two solutions come to mind. Buy a space heater or move the paints into the garage every time freezing temperatures threaten. Here in Oregon we could have a freeze as late as May.
Tomorrow I am looking forward to painting on some new canvases.
Another problem is the shop is filled with a mower, hand tools, wood working, and metal working tools. There isn't any wall space. So while I will paint in the shop, I must store and look at my work elsewhere. The painting gallery will be in our motor home because my husband says the paintings are still wet and give off fumes long after they are dry to the touch.