August 12, 2010

The Craft Room - Part 2

The craft room is making progress.  I have my dad to thank for that.  Let me show you what's been done in the last couple of days.  Remember what it originally looked like?  There's still a bit of work to be done, but it's immensely better.

My dad took an existing hand-me-down shelving unit we had and spilt it.  He reconfigured some of the shelves and made it fit my space perfectly.  Now you can see all the bins I've slowly purchased.  Now I can find my supplies when I need them, rather than spending half my boys' nap time looking for what I need.

Can you see the little boy cuffs on the floor in progress?  A few of you asked if we'd be selling them online and the answer is YES!!!  They will be available in an etsy shop soon.  Thanks for asking!



I scored the peg board for $4 in the scrap pile at the Depot.  It still needs to be mounted.


I had been searching for fabric for curtains and couldn't find anything with the colors I wanted.  Then I spotted this duvet at Ikea.  Bam!  I just cut it up the middle and sewed the edges shut to make curtains.  It was really easy to do.  There wasn't really room for curtains by the window and it didn't need them either, so I put them across the closet doors instead.  Buying a duvet is a great budget-friendly solution.  It's double-sided, so I could have cut it apart to make 4 panels for 2 windows if I had needed it.  Nice!


See how it has the green and the magenta?  Plus, it has leaves.....my favorite!


I have a few more really fun elements planned for the room that I'm excited to share.  Stay tuned!  Thanks for reading.

15 comments:

  1. It's turning out so cute!

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  2. Looking great and inspiring me to get to work on my craft area.

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  3. Love those curtains! Such a good idea.

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  4. Love it!! Buying fabric through things like duvet covers, table cloths, place mats, etc is my FAVORITE!

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  5. i'm seriously lovin the sewing chair. i need one like that!!!

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  6. It looks great! I love the curtains.

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  7. I love it! I can't wait to see what else you plan on doing.. I'm in the process of doing a craft space for myself.

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  8. Oh my goodness. I'm convinced I'll need your awesome wisdom when I move in a couple of weeks. I'm pretty sure the apartment we're moving into has Goldenrod yellow cabinets in the kitchen. Barf.

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  9. I love your vintage green chair!! It matches your color scheme so well.

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  10. love that duvet turned curtain solution! soooo envious you have such a great space to create!! we used to have a dining room until the craft madness took over! haha!

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  11. Gorgeous! Love the duvet idea, I hadn't thought of that :D

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  12. WOWOWOWOW! It looks GREAT! I LOVE your color scheme!

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  13. Good Luck at the fair.

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  14. I love it! Love your color choices! Nice find at Ikea! :)

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  15. Wait, did you steal that green chair out of my garage?! I use it to hold items that I am spray painting - I need it back! :) Seriously, your craft room is looking GORGEOUS, and I am envious of all that space!!

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