Craft Room Ideas
Take over a large closet. This walk-in closet in an idea house was tricked out with rods for wrapping papers, hanging space for fabrics, and baskets for corralling craft supplies. The adjacent craft room stays neat and organized thanks to this closet.
Use a combination of storage solutions. Flat files, cabinets and open shelving help Etsy artist and blogger Lockette keep her supplies organized.
A wall of simple built-ins, along with the aforementioned IKEA boxes, transparent drawers and a countertop make the most of one small area of the room.
1. Measure depth. Make sure your closet is deep enough to handle this task. Lots of closets are only slightly deeper than the width of a hanger. Take your binders, printer and scanner and place them on the closet floor and shut the door to make sure the shelves you install will accommodate them. (Remember you can orient your printer and scanner sideways if necessary). Also, figure out if your space is large enough to accommodate file cabinets; if so, make sure you install the desktop high enough so that you can slide them underneath.
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