First off the space I am now using is the original room that was designated as my craft room when we moved in nearly five years ago. We had the white carpet replaced with a faux wood floor after a pipe burst shortly after moving in so that if (when) I got paint on the floor the guilt would be minimal. When my daughter moved out last year I quickly took her larger room upstairs but as the boomerang flies, she is back for a while which prompted my moving to a corner of my grandson's room. All of which you can find here.
So now we are full circle and I am back in the office/laundry closet room which is in all actuality, the best place for my craft studio to be. (Did I say this was going to be short on words? Sheesh...)
Okay, now on to the details of my new, old craft space...
I found this old farm table at Goodwill a couple of weeks ago. It was marked $44.00 but was tagged with the half off color of the week so I scored it for $22.00. I have wanted one to craft on forever, so this was a major thrill for me!
Metal bin from Home Goods holds vintage sheets.
Thrift store drawers hold inks and letter/number stamps.
These built in bookshelves are filled with all kinds of storage containers and holds the bulk of my crafting supplies.
The large frame has cotton batting as the center and is used as a design wall for quilting. The smaller one is a piece of foam board covered with canvas and is for pinning inspirational things on.
This red basket is filled with my basic sewing supplies and can be moved to the table as needed.
Threads in a two tiered stand.
Framed artwork from my grandson.
An old serving tray as wall art and a cabinet door turned into a chalkboard.
Another inspiration board.
More bins filled with my paper crafting supplies and scrapbook paper.
So there you have it. I am truly blessed to have all this at my disposal. I don't take it for granted for one second and when you add these cute tootsie warmers...I am one lucky girl.
edited to add...the cute black and white furball is on loan from my mom while she takes a much deserved vacation with my brother. You are coming back for her, aren't you mom?