The Crafter's Wall A family of crafters revels in this workshop. They can see what's available to work with at a glance, thanks to a wall of white modular shelving units and many see-through boxes, bins, and letter trays that organize colorful supplies and tools. The laminate easy-to-clean table provides enough room for everyone to gather. Think about lighting needs, especially in a basement crafts room. If you enjoy painting or drawing, you may want illumination that mimics natural light, such as halogen task lighting
The Crafter's Wall
Craft, Sew, or Wrap
In fabric designer Anna Maria Horner's crafts room, multiple tables line the perimeter for lots of extra work space. One table gets skirted to hide more supply storage. Corkboard hangs on the wall above the work area for a place to tack magazine clippings, fabrics, and sketches. A cubby unit placed on a table gets fabric storage up to eye level. Plenty of task lighting hangs above all work areas.
Fabric Designer's Crafts Room
Organized Entry How to make it: Place a divided bin on the wall for organizing gear. Install a few sturdy hooks for bags, hats, and coats. Use smaller hooks to hang large binder clips to organize important papers that you'll need to grab before leaving the house. Position a large bin or box below the installation as a catchall for other items
Well-thought-out shelving can give your closet or dressing room extra glamour and valuable storage for sweaters, shoes, and accessories.
This staircase gets big personality with built-in shelves and interesting art objects.
A great idea for craft room storage! It's an old dresser with the drawers removed, and replaced with 98 cent plastic Sterilite shoe boxes from Walmart. Each one is labeled in the front. On top is a frame from a thrift store with metal in it, used for storing small takeout cups filled with beads, screws, etc. They are stuck onto the metal with magnets.
An old dresser, without the drawers! Brilliant storage idea!!
Books of all shapes and sizes complement the simple, sleek architecture of this custom bookshelf.
DIY Clothes-pins Kitchen Cabinet Magnets: Pin up items to be kept out of sight, such as rubber gloves, sponges, and plastic bags, on the inside of a cabinet door. Using hot glue, affix magnets to the back of plain clothespins, then hang them on a cabinet or any magnetic surface. If your cabinets aren't metal, directly glue the clothespins to the cabinet.
Kitchen Cabinet Magnets
we have agreed this is what we will do in the office closet- adding a pull out table top on old vintage dresser we will use - for cutting,sewing and crafting and painted wooden racks on doors for ribbons and items - plus pull out labeled canvas baskets for fabrics and items...ok let the project begin.
Looks similar to my closet office I'm trying to organize right now
Food stand to organize items that clutter the bathroom countertop