Top 10 Colorful and Organized Craft Room Ideas
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Hey there! I’ve been busy organizing my craft space, which takes up a lot less space now that I’ve given away all of my half done projects and unused craft supplies. Ha! I’ve been drooling over some of these gorgeous and organized spaces and I’ve tried to decide how to best organize what I have left.
Top 10 Colorful and Organized Craft Spaces
Colorful Boho Craft Room and Home Office from The DIY Mommy
Beautiful Organized Craft Room Office by Something Turquoise
Amazing Organized Craft Pegboard by Honeybear Lane
The Ultimate Craft Closet Organization by i Heart Organizing
A Happy and Colorful Craft Room from Lolly Jane
A Pop of Color Office and Craft Room from White House Black Shutters
Gorgeous and Colorful Craft Space from Craftaholics Anonymous
An IKEA Organized Craft Space from Rosehips and Petticoats
Organized Craft Space from Just A Girl And Her Blog
Craft Room Organization Inspiration from Inspired Paper Crafts
Wow! That’s what comes to mind when I see these amazing spaces. I’m gathering ideas for the best way to organize my crafts and I think you’ll find a ton of inspiration in each of these rooms featured.
I do think some vertical storage and a peg board may be in my future. I’m just trying to think of the best place to put it in my office!
The Messy Work: Take some time to gather your inspiration for how to organize your craft space. Create a Pinterest board and start pinning these idea. Try to implement some of them this weekend!
In the mess with you, Laura
This has nothing to do this post although I’m extremely envious of the beautiful craft space you created! I was looking at your home tour post and noticed that the wall in your living room (with the fireplace) looks a lot like mine. My windows are very close to my fireplace also, in fact, standing across the room, it looks like the top of my mantel actually touches my window frames, although it doesn’t. I would really like to hang panels at my windows, like you have, but am not sure what width of panels to purchase. I know there are “rules of thumb” to follow but what about when you have little space to stack the panels? Thanks for any direction!!
Hmmm, I have no idea what those rules might be, but there is exactly 3.5 inches between my mantel and the edge of the window frame. And my curtains are 55 inches wide when stretched out. My curtains are super thin (DIY stenciled IKEA curtains) so they fold up quite a bit. I imagine really thick curtains would take up a whole lot more room. I hope that helps! Thanks for reading!!