{Creative Interiors} Craft Room Tour and Tips

Craft roomWelcome to my craft studio! All serious crafters understand how difficult it can be to keep a creative space organised and looking good. We tend to accumulate massive amounts of craft supplies and essential tools that it can be overwhelming trying to keep it all sorted. It’s really important that everything has a home, a spot where it lives when not in use. No one wants to spend hours searching for a pompom maker or special ball of yarn. Right? Right. Here’s my top tips for keeping your craft space organised. Pegboard organisation

Since moving into my larger craft studio (which I’m calling the Hen’s Den), I have the advantage of more space, but these tips will apply to any craft space. For many years all I had was a little corner of our family office, so I understand the challenge of organising a small space too.

My number one tip is Pegboard! It’s a great way to keep tools and supplies close at hand and is visually appealing. I’m lucky enough to have the mother of all pegboard in my new studio, but for a long time all I had was a small sheet of pegboard hanging on our office wall. Add hooks, baskets, clipboards and shelves to create separate areas for designated tools and equipment. I keep all of my scissors and notebooks on my pegboard and they always return to their home when I’m finished using them.HensDen10I like to keep my yarn on display! Let’s be honest, although we pretend we’re ashamed of the size of our yarn stashes we love showing them off and having them on display can inspire fresh ideas/new projects. I love seeing a wall of colourful yarn, so I prefer to keep mine in cubes. I also keep a lot of it in clear zip lock bags to protect it from yarn loving bugs. But what do you do with the half used balls? Easy! Display them too. I’ve been winding up my half used balls into cakes to store on my pegboard. Not only does it look good, but I can quickly see what I haven’t used and it prevents me from opening/starting a fresh ball of yarn. 🙂HensDen8Make sure you have some closed storage for messy items that you don’t want on display. I found some consoles from Fantastic Furniture that work well for me. I store all of my pens and smaller items in the drawers and unfinished ‘wips’ are kept inside the cupboards. I also plan on starting a wip wall, so I can see all of my unfinished projects.HensDen7HensDen9I am lucky enough to boast a seating area and kitchenette in my Hen’s Den. Yes, I know I am living the dream! But I don’t take it for granted for a moment. Having this craft space has changed my creative life!! I feel so happy and ORGANISED. I hope my little tips help you to get organised too.

Mandy xx




  1. janet
    October 6, 2017 / 4:10 am

    I really love your room it is so bright and amazing and all that wool aswell you are so lucky

    • redagapeblog
      October 18, 2017 / 10:01 am

      Thanks Janet. I feel very lucky and won’t take it for granted. I love this space!! 🙂

  2. Claudia
    October 8, 2017 / 3:31 pm

    Congratulations on your studio – you have created yourself a beautiful working space and I am sure it will help you to develop lots of new ideas. Enjoy your time there!

    • redagapeblog
      October 18, 2017 / 10:00 am

      Thank you Claudia! It really has become a space where ideas can flow freely. I am very lucky. Mandy xx

  3. October 22, 2017 / 5:15 am

    I adore your craft room. It is wonderfully organized. Love it. Will you be publishing your new design here on your site? That sounds like a really dumb question now that I read it! lol

    • redagapeblog
      November 22, 2017 / 12:38 pm

      Thanks Eva! I’ll try and post more new designs here. My poor blog gets neglected at times. 🙂

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