Craft Room Storage Solutions

Craft Room Storage Solutions

The Best Craft Room Storage Furniture & Closet Organization Solutions Do you have a hobby, or are you looking to better organize your closet? Whether you love paper crafting, knitting, drawing, scrapbooking, sewing, beading or flower, chances are your hobby is taking up a lot of your time and space. At Go-Organize we might not be able to help you find more time for your hobby, but we can help you find innovative craft room furniture ideas. We have everything from modular cubes and tower organizers to bins, magazine holders and desktop organizers. Clear your clutter to allow more space for artistic masterpieces with our clever solutions. Ergonomically-designed craft room furniture and closet storage Go-Organize has a spectacular selection of products that will help you turn clutter into order. Start by looking through our range of closet shelf organizers and keep in mind that you can stack them to create a customized system. Our craft room storage cabinet designs and furniture solutions come in different sizes and styles to suit your needs. You will be spoiled for choice with our closet organizers, laminated stacking storage and glass-door modular craft storage cabinets. Furniture ideas are not all we have to offer, we also stock a range of small containers, magazine holders and wall mounted organizers. From plastic containers to hanging clips, we provide a wide range of products that will help you create a more organized space. Our craft furniture ideas and stacking storage solutions will transform your home and give it more aesthetic appeal. Find out more about our craft storage solutions and fantastic furniture ideas Browse our store for innovative ideas on how to cut clutter in your home. To purchase our stacking cubes or laminated stacking storage organizers, simply add items to your cart, proceed to checkout and await delivery. Any enquiry about our craft storage and laminated storage products? Contact us today Find out more about the best craft organizers for sale or our closet shelf organizers or craft storage furniture designs.
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Craft Room Storage Solutions

6. “I love my computer armoire. I put everything in it, including craft supplies and a sewing machine and laptop. I have it in my family room and pull it open when needed, close for company or cleaning. I had my hubby put a lock on it to keep my kiddos out. It’s wonderful! I also have a friend who turned her coat closet into a craft room similar to the previous post… She replaced the closet with a coat stand so she doesn’t miss the space.” – Jennifer E. 7. “I use alot of plastic see thru shoe boxes. You can stack them.I have mine in a bookshelf. Book case is only as deep as the shoe boxes. Or you can stand them on end.I also have some drawers that are fastened together.They don’t take much space and you can see whats in them or label them.” – Carol P. 8. “Do you really need a dining room or living room? I’d say craft room is top priority.” – Hope B. 9. “I’ve been lucky finding small shelving units at thrift stores. Ideal for paints, glues etc etc Also, a rolling scrapbooking bag, even if you don’t scrapbook per se, can hold a LOT of supplies and keep them handy for moving where it’s convenient. Do be careful with shelf construction if u have cats or little ones. Make sure they s are securely fastened and preferably have an edge or lip to hold things on.” – Kitty C. 10. “Use clear storage containers that stack & use wall grids or pegboards. Don’t forget under-bed storage & those bags you suck the air out. Trunks & footstools you use as coffee tables can double as storage. Inside of cupboard doors can be used to hang scissors, hole punchers, etc. On back of doors, hang clear shoe organizers for craft stuff. You’ll get better ideas once you see what fits. Good luck.” – Linda E. 11. “Shelves. When living in a small space, build up with shelves. I learned that when living in a dorm and continue to do it with my craft stuff in a 500 sq ft apartment. They’re easy to install and you can even buy pretty mounting brackets.” – Ambelleina W. 12. “Utilize the wall! Lots of ideas to keep paper and craft hanging up. Also the doors for keeping beads, buttons and so much more. I also used part of my closet they have lots of things to get for babies and I would use like the hanging shelf for craft instead of putting sweaters in. Also instead of chairs get a bench you not only use it for sitting on but storing lots of heavy craft items!” – Cynthia H.
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Craft Room Storage Solutions

Go-Organize has a spectacular selection of products that will help you turn clutter into order. Start by looking through our range of closet shelf organizers and keep in mind that you can stack them to create a customized system. Our craft room storage cabinet designs and furniture solutions come in different sizes and styles to suit your needs. You will be spoiled for choice with our closet organizers, laminated stacking storage and glass-door modular craft storage cabinets. Furniture ideas are not all we have to offer, we also stock a range of small containers, magazine holders and wall mounted organizers. From plastic containers to hanging clips, we provide a wide range of products that will help you create a more organized space. Our craft furniture ideas and stacking storage solutions will transform your home and give it more aesthetic appeal. Find out more about our craft storage solutions and fantastic furniture ideas
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Craft Room Storage Solutions

Wishing your craft room looked like all the gorgeous ones you see on Pinterest? I was, too, but my crafting supplies seem to have taken over the entire room and may soon encompass my entire house if I do not soon find a solution. Not everyone needs the same craft room organizing solution, since we all have our different DIY specialties. If you sew, then your problem is likely too many spools of thread or fabric scraps or buckets of random sewing notions. If you paint, then you may have piles or paint tubes, brushes, and 50 different shades of reds and blues that need sorting. Or, if you are like me, and you love woodworking, sewing, painting, decoupage, paper crafts and every other type of DIY under the sun, then you need a variety of organizing solutions (to say the least!) Most of these projects are inexpensive, too, and pretty quick to make. Leaves you with more time to craft! Check out these cool craft room organizing solutions to see which ones are right for you, then design the ultimate crafting space for yourself.
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Craft Room Storage Solutions

01 Of 11Upcycled Wall UnitUpcycled Wall UnitJennie Larsen at Craft-o-Maniac rehabbed a thrifted wooden cubby unit with a fresh coat of turquoise chalk paint, which she sanded to give an antiquated look. It’s roomy enough to accommodate lots of paints, twine, and more. Courtesy of Craft-o-Maniac
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Craft Room Storage Solutions

Upcycled Wall UnitJennie Larsen at Craft-o-Maniac rehabbed a thrifted wooden cubby unit with a fresh coat of turquoise chalk paint, which she sanded to give an antiquated look. It’s roomy enough to accommodate lots of paints, twine, and more. Courtesy of Craft-o-Maniac
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Craft Room Storage Solutions

Jennie Larsen at Craft-o-Maniac rehabbed a thrifted wooden cubby unit with a fresh coat of turquoise chalk paint, which she sanded to give an antiquated look. It’s roomy enough to accommodate lots of paints, twine, and more. Courtesy of Craft-o-Maniac
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Craft Room Storage Solutions

2 Of 11 Upcycled Wall UnitJennie Larsen at Craft-o-Maniac rehabbed a thrifted wooden cubby unit with a fresh coat of turquoise chalk paint, which she sanded to give an antiquated look. It’s roomy enough to accommodate lots of paints, twine, and more. Courtesy of Craft-o-Maniac
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Hi! My name is Linda and I’m a hopeless Craft Addict. Welcome to Craftaholics Anonymous® where you can find all sorts of craft tutorials and creative ideas for your home, kids, and holidays. Happy crafting!
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1. “How about making a closet somewhere you have a little space with a folding table and lots of space on top and underneath to store your things?” – Angie A. 2. “I converted a wardrobe into a fold down work station with plenty of storage.” Barbara C. 3. “I feel your pain. On a Walmart bookshelf, I used floss organizers for all my loose stuff and made a ton of Jamie Cripps silhouette organizers for all my inks and sprays and washi tape. I put all my embellishments in binders in sheet protectors by category. All my paper is on the bottom sorted by colors. You can see more here!” – Suzanne V. 4. “I lived in a dorm room for 2 years and now I live in a small apartment. I organized all of my craft supplies into Rubbermaid bins. Each one is labeled with what it contains on the top and side. Then I slid them under bed so that they are out of sight! It works really well.” – Katelyn D. 5. “Can you put bed up on risers? You can buy those at Walmart, Big Lots, or bedding stores and use space underneath for storage. Possibly use old suitcases to hold supplies and stack them as decor.” – Kim H.