Guest blogger Lorigami who I found on Team EcoEtsy over at Etsy wrote:
First, here’s some craft room eye candy to get you in the mood:(now if you really want craft room envy, check out the rest of the Martha Stewart photo shoot here)
Do you use a lot of small parts in your work? Do you have a baby? How about turning all those baby food jars into nifty hanging shelves?
Or create magnetic shelving by turning them on their side via shelterness
Or here’s a ready-made solution via ikea
What about fabric storage? While many people choose open shelving,
(I also love her inspiration boards)
Here’s a really creative idea from flickr user splityarn:She wraps her yardage around archival comic book boards and files them sideways.
I love how this crafter is using a dowel (or you could use a branch from your yard!) and some recycled cookie tins for storage:
and this crafter is using thrifted dishes and cookware for some very attractive organizing:
I love this use of clipboards as a way to keep track of inspiration and orders:
For you soap makers, these wire shelves combined with some baskets make great organizing of supplies:
Are you a paper artist? Use a lot of stamps? Narrow shelves along an entry wall allow you to see all your designs without taking up much room:
And last, but not least, the lowly pegboard. How versatile is this?
Do you have any creative DIY solutions for organizing your supplies or for keeping your inventory looking pretty? Please share them in the comments.