Today is the penultimate day of our series 31 Days of Craft Storage Ideas, I hope you’ve enjoyed the series. So far we have covered craft storage ideas for traditional and digital scrapbooking, yarn crafts, beading, drawing and painting and finally sewing and quilting. I’m sure there are lots of other craft tools and supplies I haven’t covered, so I’ll have something to write about in the future. I will add links to new content on the Craft Storage Ideas page as it appears.
One of the things I’ve discovered is how I want to store my craft supplies. You can see from the photos below that I’m currently favouring the clean white look, and probably lots of IKEA furniture. That way when I want to add colour it will most certainly be with accessories, a bright pegboard and chair is certain. The practical side of me wants to include some kind of sofa bed or day bed for visitors.
- I love this idea to incorporate a day bed with storage underneath. The idea of multiple work spots, with one under the window for taking photos, would work well for me. via Creative Juice
- This one is a guest room/office combo. I like this but it doesn’t really work as a craft room, there is not enough storage and the sofa bed us far too large for my taste, but it does look great as an office space. via Apartment Therapy
- this is definitely what I want to do under the window. The Alex drawer units under windows for bead, paper and fabric storage and the flat top would be perfect for product photography. via Flickr
- Who wouldn’t dream of having all the storage in this room by California closets. via Houzz
- The Expedit is another certainty in my craft room, whether I add the desk to the unit as well depends on how much room I end up with. via Two Twenty One
- I could also do this, but substitute the blackboard with a pegboard. via SF Girl by Bay
Well, that ‘s it for today. I hope you’ll join me tomorrow for the FINAL DAY of 31 Days of Craft Storage Ideas where I’m sharing a free download that I’m using to keep my ongoing projects organised.
As always you can use the contact tab at the top of the page to email me if you’ve discovered a great craft room or a craft storage idea you’d like to share. If you would like to guest post here and write about your craft studio/room I would also love to hear from you.
Coming Tomorrow … Wrap Up and a free Download