Do you remember my Teeny Tiny Craft Room tour I posted last year? In case you didn’t catch it, I live in a quaint house built in the 30’s that doesn’t have a whole lot of extra space. I’ve figured out how to utilize a small area in my pantry and laundry room to work in but I’m always looking to improve it. Thanks to friendly folks over at Wayfair, I was able to further organize another corner in my small crafting space and let me tell you, when you’ve got as little space as I do, every corner matters!
As you can see in the picture above, my craft supplies are already busting at the seams! I’ve had my eye on on that left side corner for a while now (currently being used to store our beekeeping equipment) but knew finding a set of shelves that could fit in that small space was going to be difficult.
Gotta love the crazy huge selection over at Wayfair! I was able to enter in the maximum dimensions into a search and only receive options that would fit my limited space. Talk about time saver! I ended up going with a small set of RiverRidge Bathroom Shelves that, once assembled, fit perfectly. Time to organize!
Since most of my craft supplies are stored in a different room from where I actually craft, keeping everything in small baskets that can easily be transported is essential. I filled my new shelves with tons of baskets I found in the dollar section of a large store and some super handy Sterilite Clear Flip Top boxes. It’s so nice to have my ribbon, washi tape, and paper products sorted in boxes that I can just pull down and take to my craft room. (aka: My Pantry)
I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with the two towel racks that ran across the top of my shelves and then I found these awesome galvanized tins! The small handle on the lid was a perfect fit over the top rod and now stores a few small sets of alphabet stamps and some ink pads. Once again, I love that I can just pull off the container and take the supplies to my work area. I’m hoping this will help me stay organized this year!
And there is my new corner in all her glory! At the bottom, I’ve got a burlap basket holding supplies made out of…you guessed it, burlap. The next shelf up holds chalk paint and tulle. The middle shelf is where I store paper punches, top shelf is for ribbons, and the galvanized tin containers hold stamp supplies. Hard to image these items didn’t really have a designated space before!
Hope you enjoyed my Teeny Tiny Craft Room Tour Part 2! You wouldn’t think organizing a corner would be so important but it’s made all the difference. Definitely let me know if you have any other suggestions for organizing a small craft space!
This post was sponsored by Wayfair. All opinions and typos are my own!