Filter by Products
Filter by Style
65,675 craft room Productsclear search
Let your little ones kick up their feet after a long day of preschool. This 4-piece lounge set is sturdy and sleek, and will integrate beautifully into any corner of any child's room or nursery. Featuring Baltic birch and classic red virgin vinyl, you may have to pry your children off of these fun...
If you've been perusing images of craft rooms for inspiration, you've no doubt seen numerous craft tables similar to this one. They seem to be a common key element to crafting organization. Build your own desk with free plans from Ana White. The instructions are clear and show detailed images of...
Looking for some fun new crafts to make with your kids? Check out Made to Play! by Joel Henriques. I enjoy his crafting and DIY blog and have been following it for a while now. His projects are creative, simple and inexpensive — perfect for encouraging open-ended play.
Flor tiles are a great choice for a craft room. They're built for real life so they can handle just about anything kids can dish out. To clean up any spills, simply pick the soiled tile up, shake or rinse off and put back in place — easy peasy.
Lighting is so important in a work space, even if your craft "room" is more like a closet! When you are doing close work such as beading, sewing, or sketching, task lighting is key. This all-wood version of the classic architect's lamp recently caught my eye — I love the chunky shape and raw look,...
Wood Architect Lamp
Double the flower fun with this pair of debossed turquoise pots. For function, skip the flowers and use these twin pots in an office or craft room to corral pens, pencils, rubber bands, paperclips, paintbrushes, etc.
This is my favorite growth chart find of all. You personalize it by adding the child's name and the heights of family members. Takes the fun out of doing the 'back-to-back-gee-whiz-Grandpa-I-think-I'm-taller-than-you' game at family get togethers, but is a fabulous keepsake. Not to mention it's...
There's nothing more frustrating than getting your desk or media arrangement just right, only to notice a thick mess of cords in plain sight. Hide 'em for good with these self-adhesive managers.
This small recycled dresser is covered with vintage yardsticks, called A Measured Journey part 2, has vintage electric insulators for handles.
Thes soft floor pillows are available in 6 different shapes and sizes. Prices vary. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
I get so tired of the pot-and-pan avalanche that happens every time I open my cabinets. This cookware organizer is a great way to ensure that nothing is precariously perched on top of anything else.
Two-Tier Cookware Organizer
This pergola has the natural, classic look of turn of the century lodges in the mountains of New England with it's split timber and curved beams. It's a beautiful, substantial way to add an additional outdoor room to the back yard. I love the stacked stone and the craftsman style lighting...
The Craftbox keeps arts and crafts neatly contained in one small, efficient space. Supplies not meant for little hands can be easily placed out of reach. When craft time is over, simply lower the desk, close the doors and voila! A lovely armoire.
Custom Crafted Loft Ladder,...
Subtle enough to fit right in on your sofa or bed, this hot air balloon print is sophisticated enough for any decor.
I love the idea of getting all of those clunky, raggedy paper rolls and boxes out of my kitchen drawer, as well as making rolls of craft and wax paper a design element in the room.
This firepit is so cool because it can be used indoor and outdoor. It's simple and burns without soot. It feels natural and modern at the same time.
Outdoor Ventless Fire Bowl
This child's craft table lets little artists create priceless pieces of art on their own terms. Small and sturdy, this table is longer than a standard child's table, allowing for lots of fun on a rainy afternoon or as a center point at a homemade birthday party. Not to mention the discreet drawers...
Carolina Craft Table
Wouldn't this rug be beautiful in a traditional Arts and Crafts style bungalow? I love the motif and colors and it would be right at home with lovely dark woodwork and period details.
Rinsing off outdoors is the perfect way to end any summer day. If I could shower outside every single day of the year I would, unfortunately the New Jersey climate I reside in doesn't allow me that luxury. But when I get the opportunity to, I'm in heaven.
Even laundry rooms deserve some art on the walls. I love this simple typography piece highlighting everything you love (or hate) about doing laundry!
With a nod toward mid-century modern design, this hand crafted walnut table makes a great coffee table or television stand. If you have a low platform bed, you might even consider a pair to use as nightstands to emphasize the horizontal plane.
This wall art (that works indoors or outdoors) combines rustic wood with a laser engraving of your state — and a heart for that special town you call home. I love the weathered wood background paired with the mod silhouette.
Give your child the ability to create, snack, and pretend in their own space while offering your home needed flexibility. This expandable table adds length for a larger project, and retracts when not in use.
I do not have a dedicated crafting space, but if I did, then this item would be in it. I love that the design is simple and that it has room for a little bit of everything. No, you won't be able to display all of your wrapping paper, ribbons, etc., but you'll at least have the items that you use...
Wall-Mounted Craft Organizer
Sunny yellow, a faux bois pattern, and best of all, you can clean it off with a hose. This is the perfect indestructible rug! Also available in gray and ivory.
This inexpensive craft table has lots of storage options, and I love the paper roll on the side — such a great idea.
Of course, if you want something made by the expert, Martha Stewart's furniture is the way to go. I love this table for a corner sewing station.
I love this lucite etagere. Clearly, it really is about the items it's displaying and not the shelf itself.