Sunday, September 7, 2014

My 2014 Craft Room Tour and Video


For today's blog, I would like to share an updated look at my craft room. 
Disclaimer - Most of the furniture and shelving around my room were purchased and paid for by me from Ikea. This is not a sponsored post....but I do love the Ikea products and highly recommend it for your crafty needs. 


I filmed a video that I highly recommend watching if you want to see how I store and organize my craft supplies. 







Let's get started with all of the pictures.  This post will be picture heavy....just warning you now. 


As you walk in, this is my main craft desk.

I keep my tripod and camera set up at all times for making YouTube videos. 

My craft desk can be found here at Ikea. 


These three Ikea Alex drawers are new and I love them. 

These drawers hold a lot of supplies and you can see what is in each drawer by watching my video above. 




This unit is an Ikea Expedit.  These units are now sold under the Kallax series at Ikea. 




Here are my two printers.  
The smaller printer on top is my Canon Selphy CP900 for picture printing. 
The Canon Pixma MG3520 is used for my Silhouette print and cuts and general printing. 



The cart below can be found here on Amazon.  I bought this to set my Silhouette Cameo on for easy hook-up to my laptop and also to wheel it around the room if needed. The drawers also make for nice storage. 



The rail system on the wall below is from The Container Store and can be found here.

I use this to hold my paints, sprays, mists, and art mediums. 

The door shoe rack came from Wal-Mart and holds various embellishments.  


On the inside of my closet door is another shoe rack and I use it to store my punches. 

The closet holds my seasonal decor, wreaths, and other crafty supplies. 



The cart below is the Raskog cart from Ikea and can be found here











The rail and bucket system below is called Fintorp and can be found here at Ikea. 


I found these red drawers from Hobby Lobby. 









The shelving and rail system were bought from Ikea. 


Here is a look at how I have decorated the shelves around my room. 

It is a mix of antique pieces (shutters, bingo card, cameras, and jars, etc) and mini albums and projects made by me. 

The wall shelves are called Ekby and can be found here at Ikea. 














Thank you so much for making it to the end of this blog post. 

I hope you enjoyed a look at my craft room.

See you on the next post. 

Hugs, Shelly


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3 comments:

  1. I love your decorations, you've clearly put so much thought into it and it looks fantastic!

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  2. Found you through Share It Sunday! Love all of the organization in your craft room!!

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