Craft Room Tour– part 1

I’ve been cleaning up and re-organizing my creative space this past couple of weeks.

You may remember my post a few weeks ago about the great ‘Craftermath’?

… oh believe me, that mess left behind after some major crafting projects was horrendous.

 

Shabby Art Boutique - craft room 3

 

Honestly, I actually had a path cleared through the middle of the room to the desk…

which was quite useless anyway because it was covered in crafting supplies!

The only way to create order again was to take as much of it out of the room and start over.

 

Shabby Art Boutique - craft room 2

 

So in the midst of sorting and putting away, I decided that some things needed to be moved around.

It made sense to store items I use frequently in an easily accessible place.

But that created a new situation….

When you move one thing, another has to follow and before you know it, you’ve completely changed everything.

 

Shabby Art Boutique - craft room 4

 

This unit is part of my Tilda storage for the Boutique.

I’m waiting on a delivery, so it’s a little low on stock right now.

 

The sliding cupboard door next to it has a sweet patchwork made with papers from the Tilda Country Escape paper pad.

The colours are so serene… pretty pastel coordinating pinks and soft aquas.

 

Shabby Art Boutique - craft room 1

 

These beautiful Tilda fabrics are sold as fat quarters and the storage box is one of the new items in the Tilda Corner Shop collection.

I love how pretty and inspiring they look all lined up in a row.

 

The walls of my craft room were already painted this soft pale aqua when we moved here.

I decided to keep it, as it was such a lovely change from my 2 previous studios, which were white….

I think this colour creates a calm and relaxed atmosphere in here.

 

Shabby Art Boutique - craft room 5

 

I enjoy having beautiful vignettes and open storage around me when I create…

It definitely helps the creative process.

As you see more of my studio you will notice I have lots of positive affirmations around the room.

I believe strongly in promoting positive energy… especially for a creative environment.

 

Shabby Art Boutique - craft room 7

Well, that’s just one little corner of my craft room.

I look forward to sharing more of my creative space with you each day this week.

I’ll be sharing my creative space with these friends this week:

Inspiration Exchange, The DIY Dreamer, The Scoop, Project Inspired , French Country Cottage, Be Inspired Friday at Common GroundSundays at Home.

 

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Shabbilicious hugs ~ Kerryanne

Comments

  1. Love the soft colours of your craft space. The patchwork of papers on the door look so pretty.
    Toni xx

    • Kerryanne says:

      I’m still crushing on that patchwork door Toni. Thought I might tire of it quickly, but I haven’t!!
      Thanks for checking out my craft room tour.
      Hugs ~ Kerryanne

  2. So gorgeous Kerryanne! What lovely colours too!

    xox

    • Kerryanne says:

      Thank you Anne. The pastels really are lovely and romantic looking… so soft and dreamy!
      Thanks for checking our my craft room.
      Hugs ~ Kerryanne

  3. So sweet a space to create in Kerryanne. Love all your beautiful color choices.
    Kris

  4. adorable, kerryanne! i esp. love the paper patchwork on the door! the aqua on the walls matches so beautifully, too!

    • Kerryanne says:

      Thanks Lynn. I’m so glad I kept the original wall colour now. I wasn’t sure at first because I’ve always had white studios to reflect the light, but this colour benefits in other ways. :)
      Hugs ~ Kerryanne

  5. Oh so gorgeous! Love the colors…Shabby Chic Love! Your papered patchwork doors are wonderful! Your vignettes and open storage look amazing!
    I think you just may have inspired me to continue on with my cleaning and sorting/organizing…I was getting dangerously close to giving up!

    • Kerryanne says:

      No, no, no, Carol…. don’t give up! It will all be worth it when you get it sorted. Plus it’s fun finding all those forgotten craft supplies when you do the big clean up :)

  6. Kerryanne is so cute your craft room, i love this colour,s so romantic and fresh like the spring !!
    Hugs fromm Italy
    Laura

    • Kerryanne says:

      Hello my friend. Thanks for visiting me in my new craft room. Hope all is well for you too Laura.
      Hugs ~ Kerryanne

  7. How lovely your space is. I so love those soft colours. I have some sliding doors in my sewing room and would love to transform them like you have.

    • Kerryanne says:

      Jeanette Ann the patchwork door was easy to do, but I did remove it and work on it laying flat.
      Good luck if you decide to make your own :)
      Hugs ~ Kerryanne

  8. WOW!! I have to agree with you on the calmness with the aqua colored. Your space is so organized… Clean.. So pretty..

    • Kerryanne says:

      I once read Michelle that blue is the most calming colour to paint on your walls, and I think I might have found the exact shade that promotes calmness :)
      Thanks for visiting.
      Hugs ~ Kerryanne

  9. Lovely !! Love the pretty aqua and your closet doors are divine :)

  10. Oh Kerryanne, how neat, how sweet and how you :) Especially love the Tilda patchwork paper sliding door. You are inspiring! Thank you.
    <3 & xxx

  11. Oh Kerryanne, how neat, how sweet, how you :) Especially love the Tilda patchwork sliding door. You are inspiring. Thanks for adding to my day. <3 & xxx

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