Monday, July 24, 2017

Craft room tour & source list

I'm excited to be back and blogging again, this is my first blog post in almost a year. I've spent the past year working on my Etsy shop, and of course doing home interior projects.

 I am looking forward to blogging more often and sharing what I've been up to. A big change that I recently made was renaming this blog (previously home happy home) to match my Etsy shop. It just made sense to have everything more cohesive. I'm also attempting to upgrade the look of my blog which is challenging for me since I'm not tech savvy.

I figured I would start off with a little tour of my craft room and a source list to help anyone who is in the process of shopping, decorating, etc.

This side of my craft room is where I have my computer desk and do all my shipping, bills, paperwork, etc. 

My desk is the Linnmon model with Alex drawers from Ikea (link)
The chairs are Ingolf models from Ikea (link)
Shelves are also from Ikea. Brackets are inexpensive plastic Ekby Stodis that I spray painted gold (link) White shelves are Ekby Osten (link)
Bulletin board is from Hobby Lobby
Artwork and photo boxes also from Hobby Lobby
Office and Create sign were DIY

This little corner is functional and pretty to look at. It holds items that I don't use as often and some fun pieces.

The shelf is the Ikea Hyllis, it is a steal at $14.99. I spray painted mine gold and added the wood shelves which I painted white. (link)
Photo boxes, large storage boxes, and gumball machine are all from Hobby Lobby
Curtains are Threshold from Target (no longer available)

This is what I consider my crafting corner. I paint, scrapbook, make banners, anything crafty happens over here. I also store my many filled scrapbook albums over here (yes they are all filled). 

My craft cart is the Raskog utility cart from Ikea (link) I could no longer find it in this color, but I've seen similar ones at Michael's (link)
I purchased my desk and cubby system at Ikea years ago. The exact model is no longer available, but it is similar to the Kallax workstation (link)
The large cubby system is similar to the Kallax shelf unit (link)
Wall shelf and storage jars were from Michael's years ago. I found this similar one on Amazon (link)
White storage boxes from Ikea fit perfectly (link)

 I hope you enjoyed my craft room tour. Let me know if you would like a more detailed look at how I organize my space or a video tour.

Thanks for stopping by!

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1 comment:

  1. Love it! My Craft Office is in serious need of a makeover; you've inspired me! Sue ~ via #CreateLinkInspire