This is a much anticipated post. Especially, since we finished the craft room almost two years ago. I never gave it the proper introduction to our loyal Sew Woodsy readers. Back in September, Mr. Woodsy picked up a side job and was gone the entire weekend. I vowed to him (and myself) that I would get the craft room clean. My main motivation was to take pictures so I can finally give a Craft Room Tour!
First off, the craft room is not large. I went from a spacious loft to a 9 x 9 room. We knew in order to make the best use of the space we would need a lot of organization spaces. When you first walk into the room, you see our reupholstered ikea chair, 9 foot tall paper rack, and 2 Ikea bookshelves.
*We have had a lot of people ask us what color the green wall is painted. We painted it in BEHR Ultra Base 2753. Hope that helps for all who have asked! If you need further color codes please feel free to email us!
Like I said, this is a small room. I am not using a wide angle lens…
A few years back I posted about making my own fabric bolts… I needed a fabric storing solution so I could see all the fabric I owned. Unfortunately, I could use two full shelves like this because I still have 2 baskets full of fabric!
Here is what the other side of the craft room looks like. We never shared how Mr. Woodsy built the desk. We only shared a sneak peek of it. All the shelves are custom. You may remember seeing the tutorial on the modular shelves.
Mr. Woodsy also made a custom ribbon rack.
He also made me storage for stamps and such!
We also never blogged about the printer cart on casters that Mr. Woodsy built. It fits the space perfect and we can wheel it out when needed! Picture to the left is our mod podge file cabinet makeover.
Mr. Woodsy drilled two holes in the custom table so I could easily run plugs in out of the desk. The desk curves around so that both of us can be sitting at the desk at once. Whether its one of us on the computer and the other in the “sewing” area or both of us near the sewing area. Unfortunately, we didn’t post any tutorials on how we made the desk.
I hope you enjoyed taking a tour of my craft room. In my head I’m still making modifications and one day I’ll have even more storage available!