There are so many things I love about this basement craft room! The colour is only one of them. It really surprised me how much I loved this room despite the lack of natural sunlight. That is my number one concern. Since I’m a housebound woman who lives in a grey country (Northern Ireland), I will take as much natural light as possible, especially when it comes to craft space.
An Incredible Colourful Basement Craft Room Haven!The little shelves look like a tiered cake stand cut in half.
The painted coral pegboard is my favourite! What a fabulous sewing space, that floor is lovely.
This sewing machine is rather special! How very vintage looking!
I like the huge panel covered in wallpaper, it would be a great idea for temporary photography backdrops.
I must head back and see if there’s any information about the background to that. It may even be another pegboard, who knows! I have a head like a sieve.
Look at this little kid sewing space! How fabulous! I want a pink and yellow sewing machine. I would love a giant sewing room but I’ve so many craft supplies for different crafts, I could never have one dedicated space to one particular craft. See my Craft Room right here. That reminds me, what do I say every week? I need a clear out or a tidy up. But that hasn’t happened yet.
I have been making some mini albums and attempting, but failing to catch up on project life so if anything, I’ve made more of a mess!
The rug and dresser look fabulous.
I know they call it a hutch in America but I’m sorry, I simply can’t. A hutch is where rabbits live.
The backing of this dresser temporary fabric wallpaper, with a cornstarch mix. Just like I used on the back of my door with the patchwork wallpaper.
This fun little bunting was made using some American Crafts, Amy Tangerine paper/scrapbook kit and tools to punch little alphabet holes so you can embroider them. Doesn’t this garland look fabulous?
Head over to visit ‘Welcome To The Mouse House’ and see this gorgeous room!