Clever Craft Storage Like A Professional
With so many parties and showers and creative ideas here, we are beginning to feel the need to organize our craft storage. After all, not all hobbies come in a practical and small storage kit. Most of the time we are dealing with more needles, bobbins, skeins, brushes, pliers and papers we know what to do! If you are in the same boat, join us to reorganize your boat area. Be it a closet, a corner or a complete study. Pegboards are essential in a craft room. Because they are very customizable and modifiable. Use a combination of hooks, shelves and baskets to get those pieces. And bobs out of your table but within arm’s reach. We have seen many art rooms inspired by the rainbow, which of course we love. But this monochromatic room really stands out.
All furniture and decoration in black and white contrast with the vibrant silk paper and paints. Its makes the materials of manufacture are much easier to find. The clipboard, the lockers and the omnipresent pegboard give this workspace the feeling of being a professional art studio (and very organized craft storage). It is the perfect industrial aesthetic if your hobbies include carpentry or fur. If you do not have a spare room for all your creative projects, a converted basement can be just the ticket. Bonus points if yours is equipped with a kitchen. Because all those cabinets are the main art store. If you have it, boast about it – reels of tape, that’s it. Fun fact: this screen was made of a refurbished bottle drying rack.
Baskets in abundance: baskets and containers are the easiest way to hide clutter. But why hide the baskets? Do your best and turn them into the focal point of the room with a large open craft storage unit. Minimal storage screens: keep only the essentials in view. Store them in towel bars with S-hooks or store your paintings inside a transparent terrarium. As for the rest, close it behind the doors of the cabinet to keep your space as clean and minimalist as possible. Small-space solutions: not all of us have extensive spaces to dedicate an entire room to creation. So some of us need to be additional creative. This blogger convert an old pantry into his workspace by using a combination of shelves, wooden slats and staggered baskets to create as much storage space as possible.