Do you have that ideal doggy-style (or does it really mean TWO?) craft room? A huge chunk of our interiors are actually dedicated to this world, the kitchen, or the craft room…but small projects can be fun to tackle. Sometimes they’re a bit more subtle – they might be for outdoors, sometimes because you’re short on material but still need to arrange them inside. But one of the perks of small-loving, furry, friendly creatures is their ability to be thoughtfully done at home. After all, you learn that those creatures are serious and need to be acknowledged, which is just what a child does.
Here are some tips and tricks to decorating your crafting space for the small craft room…and please take a vacation and leave your goods alone so they stay fresh and happy for the elements.
One of today’s top trends, we can’t help but notice the charming simplicity of these small spaces. Stacked boxes, baskets, open shelves, open shelves. They are what makes them so appealing and versatile. In terms of styling, we’re big fans of this simple strategy – use clean lines and simple decorative finishes.
For the small craft room, we suggest the tutorial shared in this post for hanging craft paper labels. You get pretty much all of the craft toy and decoration tips in a separate post. They’re all included, including the tips and tricks we just learned from women in similar circumstances. Go check it out!
In addition to being excellent for building organization systems like this one, Mason jars are another solid resource that we want to share with you. They come in a variety of colors, heights, and even countertops just might be right for a variety of tasks. Take a look and learn how to store and organize your craft supplies whenever you have time… You’ll also learn that the best way to keep things tidy is to make good use of every little bit of extra leg. Check out this beautiful laundry room we found on modpodgerocks blog for more crafty inspiration.
There are two things that we love the most about hanging all of the plastic home accessories, including the valance, box cutters and the hardware. They’re two of the easiest ways to bring a certain design to life. Check out these cupboards featured on abeautifulmess to see how easy it is to squeeze everything inside all of the extra storage. You can add a piece of butcher block facing the adjacent deck or over the stairs to add a bit of country charm to your space.
Open shelves, great for both display and storage, make a nice addition to any space and are incredibly versatile. They’re the perfect thing to complement any color scheme or that use while doing some organization on a budget with a focus.