Wednesday, January 27, 2016

There is No Place Like A Craft Room

Hello, Darlins! Today I am feeling so excited to share my craft room. Being a creative soul there is no place like a craft room to get your craft on. Angie from Country Chic Cottage (Click the link here to see her Craft Room Tour) invited me to join her and several other bloggers to show you where we create. 
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One of the first pieces I built is a desk with plenty of storage. The base is made of two +IKEA USA  Kallax units available for $34.99 plus 8 drawers. The top was found at a thrift store for eight dollars. Score! Click here to see this post.
Ikea Hack made into storage desk, Stenciled Roses to honor my Nana, Craft room White picke fence house, Drawers full of storage for craft supplies.t
Another project that brought storage and organization to the craft room is the Ikea computer cabinet seen here that was transformed. (To see the before click here.)
Craft Room Storage, Ikea Hack printer cabinet, Craft room reveal. Ikea Bucket for trash can.
 A girl changes her mind occasionally. This beauty has now moved across the room and I must say I am a happy girl. My first post about this space was quite awhile ago. Do you remember, Dancing In The Craft Room? Click here to see the post. My goodness this has been a long process with still more to finish. Dancing in the Craft Room II  shares more of the journey to my happy place. Click here for the link.
Storage Galore for Dragonfly & Lily Pads Craft room. DIY decor including Initials, Lamp, Desk, Silver from garage sales.
 The lamp was two separate purchases from a thrift store. Click the link here. The change in this beauty came from an inspiration of my friend Deanna who is an amazing artist.
Storage with style, I paint, sew, design, work with paper and ink. Make it a pretty and creative space to work.
Organization is key to keep your craft room ready for moments of inspiration. These items were purchased at +Michaels Stores and thrift stores. The pop of coral bucket is from Ikea.
My sewing machine on my Nana's table with colorful storage. A peek at my Silhouette Cameo.
Recently I painted my Nana's table and set up my sewing machine with ribbon storage I still need to fill. This table made me an emotional mess as I was painting her now called Nana. Click here for the link. This precious table made a long trip from Brooklyn with my Nana and her three children. My Mom was seven on the day Pearl Harbor was attacked. My mom recalled how long it took to arrive in Chicago because the train stopped to pick up the soldiers to report for duty. I created the denim letters too. Click here to see how.
The wooden paint caddies were made at two conferences. Haven and Randolph Street Market First DIY Round-up which I hosted in 2015.
You can never have enough storage. I am still working on the supplies I have not found a good home for yet. My craft room sits in the middle of our basement. Today by changing the location of the craft cabinet I think I like the new arrangement. On my lists of improvements is emptying the space next to my work area to add more storage along with large work space for painting furniture.
 Do you have a craft room? Is there a favorite item in your craft room I am missing? Please share your ideas in the comments. 


~ Let Your Creative Spirit Dance  ~

Until Next Time Happy Creating,         

    Karen Marie

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4 comments:

Angie Holden said...

Such a great space! Thanks for joining!

Karen Marie Kedzuch said...

Thank you so much Angie, for including me.
Happy Creating,
Karen Marie

Thea Morris said...

Your craft room tour left with with the feeling that it is a happy place perfect for creating and creativity. I love all of your storage spaces! They look like they are all part of the decor!

Karen Marie Kedzuch said...

Thea Morris,
I loved your sweet compliments and thank you for noticing my happy place (aka craft room). You are welcome to come and visit anytime.
Happy Creating,
Karen Marie