If you’re in need of craft room organization ideas, you’re definitely in the right place. Welcome! If you haven’t been here before, one thing you must know is that I’m in a constant state of searching for room organization ideas that work for me. My goal is always “organize the craft room”, and it never happens.
The Craft Room Organization Ideas You Need To Steal
Here’s the thing, recently I had an epiphany.
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I realized that if you can’t find the craft supplies, you need when you need them… it’s not useful to own them.The Genius of Moi – Claire DB
Especially if you have to buy more of something you already have buried somewhere.
With some brands, there’s a rush on projects, and I don’t have the time or energy to go through everything in my room.
You do not need to live in a home full of crap. Possessing items does not always lead to a harmonious living space. If you’ve been struggling with the idea of decluttering your home, you need to get yourself a copy of this guide. I’d ask you to trust me, but I’d rather you found out for yourself. The easy, actionable steps in this guide have been so helpful for me, and the best part was that I’ve been able to rinse and repeat with some of my own strategies and actually stay tidy.
Idea #1 For Craft Room Organization; Transparent Topped Sewing Desk With A Lot Of Compartments
This has to be one of my favourite small space craft spaces ever. Having lilac on the walls is a beautiful touch, and I’m sure it’s a den of creativity!
There is a quote in that post on SewCanDo that made me laugh so hard because it was so true. You’re just going to have to go visit, chuckle and swoon over that beautiful space.
Idea #2 For Ultimate Craft Room Organization; The SewStation + DreamBox Combo
I’ve waxed lyrical about my Dreambox, you can watch the DreamBox review here if you’re interested. The Sew Station has an electric lifter for your machine so you can tidy it away AND a recessed section to extend your sturdy sewing table.
This is a wow factor hot pink glass cabinet with some light distressing detail. It has a gloss finish and incorporates a gorgeous bird fabric design backing.
It comprises of three removable glass shelves and is ideal for storing fabric! Basically, if you want a bright pop of colour in your space, this type of cabinet is amazing.
Idea #4 The Maddie Storage Shelf
Curate your sleek display with this modernist storage shelf from Urban Outfitters. It’s a free-standing design with a lacquered finish with a base drawer that glides open!
Can you imagine filling those shelves with jars full of buttons, stacks of fabric and all of your beautiful supplies on display?!
Perfect for showing off your favourite accessories, coffee table books, plants and finished craft pieces. It would be a very handy way to store Etsy orders and WIP’s on display!
The Geraldine Tan desk was a bespoke order for award-winning London interiors blogger Geraldine Tan from @Littlebigbell. She chose a Candy pink top and duck egg blue legs to match her beautiful colourful interior.
Idea #6 French white painted haberdashery drawers, chest of drawers, original shop display, glazed drawers
Unique set of six glass fronted shop display drawers. The bank of drawers comes compete with two pull out shelves / folding tables at the top of the drawers.
It is made from white hand-painted wood and has some knocks and chips to the paint.
Each drawer has a glass display front with a wooden board behind so that the contents can easily be displayed.
It retains the original metal shaped cup handles on each of the drawers – I love the way the wood is shaped with the glass to mirror the shape of the handles.
Idea #7 For Craft Room Organization; The Amityville 52″ Kitchen Pantry with Glass Fronts
Amityville 52″ Kitchen Pantry is made of plantation mahogany wood, perfectly kiln-dried for low moisture manufacturing conditions. It’s fully assembled and ready to use!
This rolling cart has really upped the game!
Each side of your 4 sided storage cube offers storage and organization for all sorts of sewing and crafting accessories.
You’ll find plenty of space and the amazing four side design keeps everything within easy reach.
This set of two mail holders with three of slots it’s a perfect way to organize your mail , papers and files.
The BEST part is that this Mail holder can be made in any colors distressed , solid or rainbow. Just contact the seller about whichcolor that you prefer.
Idea #10 Organized Paint Storage
The one supply I will not be donating is my crafty paint collection. I own a lot and I LOVE Martha Stewart paints because they aren’t watered down too much but still easier to apply than artists acrylics. They get used a lot and quite regularly. The idea of using a basket is awesome!
Why is this basket perfect? Because it’s straight! Your paints will line up properly, unlike with a traditional wire basket that has a small base and wider opening. I can’t tell you how frustrated I get with those, but that’s because I like things to look pretty. You know… the important stuff in life?
All of the craft room organization ideas that I feature, focus on how useful they are and how beautiful they are!
Idea #11 Junk Drawer Organization from Brit Co
One thing that frustrates the bejesus out of me is crap lying all over my drawers! Little velcro ties are genius, and I use them to keep cables organized.
I love using velcro for my room organization ideas, usually to hold extension cords to the back of cabinets or securing drawer inserts to the drawer! It’s a genius product for sure.
Idea #12 For Desktop Craft Room Organization; Painted Moppe Drawers
I’m pretty obsessed with Moppe Drawers. I had so much fun upcycling two different sets, and they’re really great for storing multiples of one item; like glue sticks, twines, tapes etc.
Idea #13 For Quirky Craft Room Organization; Painted Basket
Eep! If you decide that you don’t want to go up the walls to store your yarn, you could paint one of these beautiful baskets and add some fabulous pom poms!
Supplies Needed For This Craft Room Organization Idea:
Idea #14 For Adorable Craft Room Organization; Store Paint In A Mini Greenhouse
I love my mini greenhouse! This bad boy was purchased in Dunelm about three years ago, and I really wish that I could open it from the front and it was shelved. Does that make sense? So I could have two layers of paint.
How fabulous is this? You could use one of these bad boys to store pots of glitter, embossing powders, spools of yarn, washi tapes, mini pots of Annie Sloan paint and wax etc.
I love it!
I’m really tempted to get it for my mum so she can store all of her lipstick and nail polish.
That was fifteen incredible craft room organization ideas for you to store your craft supplies so get stealing those ideas and finally get organised with me.
Previously Featured In This Craft Room Organization List
The following little gallery shares the fantastic ideas that were previously featured in this list but have since been removed due to inactivity.
However, I want to credit the fabulous creators and artisans who provided the ideas you may have clicked through on Pinterest but have been updated and removed since that time. It’s bad for their businesses if I keep broken links active.