My Very First Craft Room


 
Here's my finished craft room,
decorated and filled with supplies.
And completely "lived in".
Craft room with tables and desks
Here is the before picture:
Messy room filled with junk
(Daughter's room and quite the disaster!)
And here is a picture as she moved her stuff out.
Empty room filled with tables
 I was moving my tables in as my daughter was
moving her furniture out of the room...
(I wasn't anxious or anything, but in fairness she was too and 
I couldn't be happier for her success!)
And here is what it looks like now...

The Results:
(Mom cave/office/craft room)
The room I've waited for forever is here...
 
My "crafty" side of the room...
The bulletin board is in an old frame painted white.
Notice the board & batten along the desk wall...
and the raised shelf over the desk is very handy. 
Desk with organizers
A shelf for boxes, jars and ribbons,
a cutting table,
and beautiful thrift store jars with the chalkboard labels.
Shelves for boxes and ribbon organizers
I added cork to one table for a durable work space. Cork cutting mat on table. 
 I made this cool glue gun holder...
Wooden glue gun holder
This wire rack is for cupcakes,
I love to re-purpose things.

Wire cupcake tray for organizer
This is husband's not so crafty side...  
(luckily he has me to fix it up for him)
The closet on the right was re-done here.
Desk area of craft room
The closet holds all the "crafty stuff".
Organized craft storage in a closet
Jar storage in the closet with labels
Organized closet shelving
Lot's of room above the cabinet too.
Basket storage on top of cabinet
Books and baskets on top of hutch
Paper storage....
decorated clip-boards in the basket hold all my blogging notes. 
Paper storage organizers on the desk.
These wall shelves hold different weights 
of computer paper.
File storage for folders and papers
Here's another thrift store find, 
taken apart and repainted.
Tiered tray organization for small items.
 I've gotta say... I really do love this new space!




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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .