Friday, February 9, 2018

Craft Room/Studio Tour 2018


All week a group of Craft Bloggers (including myself) is sharing glimpses into their creative workspaces with YOU!  Today is the Final day of the tour, and I am so happy to know that you have come along on this expedition.   Link to Angie's Blog: The Country Chic Cottage here to see where this all began and also view a complete list of ALL the Craft Rooms featured on tour.


Craft Room Tours



** I will provide links below to some of the products I used, just in case you are curious.  Please note that there is no obligation on your part as these are affiliate links for which I receive a small commission for any purchases made.**

                             So here is my brand New Studio!



Yes, I absolutely love it, and I know that I am very fortunate to have gotten to this point in my life where this has been possible.  I have created with my hands ALL my life, and I did not need to have such a beautiful space to make stuff.  I have managed with no money and very little space to be creative in the beginning, and I have struggled, worked like mad, and persevered to get to this point.  Creating every day is fundamental to me, and having space where I am surrounded by natural light, nature and my loved ones is all I want.  Oh, and my kitty, I love having her around too.


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Before Designing, building and moving into this space I made do with my basement.  Here are links to some videos of that area.  It is still there as I have SO much stuff to move out!

                                                                       Part 1 of 4                                                                 

Craft Room Tour 2017
                                                           
In my New and current workspace, I have had to adjust to working in an area approximately half the size of what I was used to in my basement.  Ouch!  What an adjustment that is.  So I am making sure every square inch or centimeter LOL is used efficiently.


One of the ways I worked with my contractor on achieving this was to utilize otherwise wasted space to store or display many of the beautiful and smaller sized supplies I work with.  For example these paint bottle cubbies.

Because we have to deal with brick walls, we needed to hang the cabinets onto some heavy duty supports anchored into the walls.  This created a more significant gap between the cupboards around corners.  We designed some cubbies to fill those gaps rather than just using "fillers" as is commonly used by many kitchen cabinet designers.  I am very fortunate to be working with an expert craftsman as well as conscientious contractors!

I am so pleased with how my new crafting place has turned out.  Although the organizing and set up is not complete as if they ever will be! I look forward to many hours of creating in this space.  I wish to thank you for stopping by and spending some time with me.  I do hope that you will return to see more details of how and what ways I use to organize and store things.  Plus, come back to craft and play!

Remember to go check out my friends' and their fantastic craft rooms by following this link. https://www.thecountrychiccottage.net/craft-room-organization/

Thanks again and take care!

*** Thank you to my beloved husband, without whom none of this would be possible, and my family for their patience during these many months.


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