Hi y’all! It’s been a little quiet around here the past week as I have been under the weather. But here to save the day is Susi from Design Shuffle, sharing some craft supply organization ideas..something I desperately need!
Hi, I’m Susi, a blogger for Design Shuffle, a wonderful site that brings together designers and design lovers from around the world to share projects and inspiration from their interior designs. I’m so happy to be visiting Sparkle today as a guest blogger. Getting organized is my number one priority for 2012, so I’m happy to share some of the tips and tricks I’ve found for crafting organization. Hope you enjoy! And Happy New Year!
A good trick for crafting organization is to leave no possible storage space overlooked. The back of a door or closet door is a great place for storage.
For a sewing or craft room, putting a pair of dressers back to back in the center of the space creates ample storage plus a large work surface.
If you aren’t lucky to have a crafting room, or you do different types of crafts in the same place, an armoire that’s already part of your interior design can be a great way to corral your supplies. Love the box for ribbon storage.
Think outside the box for cool ways to organize your crafting supplies. Clear plastic shoe holders can be great storage on a wall or door.
Classic peg board is a smart way to increase your vertical storage options in a closet, on a door, or on a wall.
Another clever use for something intended to store something besides crafting supplies: plastic bag holders from Ikea. You could get several and organize your paper, wallpaper or fabric by color.
Mason jars make great storage for all sorts of crafts. Add a chalkboard contact paper label to easily see what is in the jar.
This pretty craft room is full of clever tricks for organization and great decorating ideas. Love the tension rods to hold ribbons and paper above the desk. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 †| 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
Organization makes all the difference in a home! Looking for more ideas? Head on over to Design Shuffle and find a surplus of inspiration from the best Boston interior designers, San Francisco interior designers and more!