If you've ever felt overwhelmed by the tornado of craft supplies that has taken over a room (or perhaps your whole home), you might need to employ smarter storage tools to keep your supplies in check. This craft room features several clever ideas that could be used in your home—no matter if you have an entire room or just a small area.
Don't be dismayed if you don't have one whole room to dedicate to craft; I just have a small corner of my living room where I store supplies, myself. I think the smart ideas in this dedicated craft room can translate to whatever size space you might be working with.
To see more of the home that this beautiful craft room is located in, check out → Katy's Eclectic and Always-Changing London Flat
Pegboards make tools look good
No matter your craft activity of choice, chances are your tools could be stored stylishly on a pegboard.
Wall hooks can be great for in-progress projects
Wall hooks aren't just for bags and coats. In this space, they serve as a great spot for in-process projects. Not only does this help keep them untangled on a tabletop, depending on the project, it can actually look at bit like decor.
Shelves the same color as your wall + jars make you look organized
Whether you have an entire room to craft in or not, by painting or purchasing shelves (free-standing or wall-mounted) the same color as your walls, you'll create storage that blends in, not stands out. By keeping your smaller craft supplies in jars (or other cute containers), the whole area will feel organized.
Baskets make supplies look like decor
Baskets are a lovely addition to any room, and they elevate the look of whatever you're storing in them. So if you use baskets to store fabric scraps, balls of yarn or other craft supplies, you'll make your space look more stylish.