A craft room, sewing room, scrapbooking room, etc., whatever you choose call it, can get quite messy. With the many small items, large items and everything in between, how do you keep your craft area clean and organized or just plain under control?
It’s not easy but here are some great tips for getting started. As usual, start your organizing by going through everything you have, grouping similar items, getting rid of those things you don’t need, and taking an inventory. Once you have your inventory, you will have a better idea of what methods will work best for storage.
A pegboard is a great way to use a wall. You can add shelves, hooks, etc. to make it work for your space. You can get them at your local home improvement store and a bit a paint can make it even more fun and exciting.
Storage boxes are a great way to keep those smaller items easily accessible. A clear bin is best because you can see what is inside, and with the many sizes and shapes, there is bound to be some that will work for you.
We love this idea of using a pant hanger to hold spools of ribbon. If you’ve got a closet to use for storage, this would be a great addition.
We love the use of skinny shelves on this wall. Paints work very well with this option and it brings a pop of color to the wall in the process. We also love the washi tape spool holder. .
If you have the table or counter space, this is a great way to store your scrapbook paper.
If you have a closet, use your space wisely. A hanging sweater organizer is a great way to store scrapbook paper. The plastic containers help keep it all organized as well. This is also a great solution for fabric storage.
Another great use for a pegboard. Add some dowel rods and you can store your thread on your wall as well.
With your items all organized, it’s time to get started on your next project! Enjoy your organized, beautiful and functional craft area!