8 Unique Storage Ideas For Your Craft Room

Keep your craft room neat and tidy by organizing all your odds and ends into fun, quirky storage units. No more large plastic containers around the house, home office or craft room, take a look at our batch of unique storage ideas that keep everything clean, organized and stylish!

1. A Batch of Mason Jars.

Hold your paperclips, buttons, pencils and more with these trusty little jars. Whether you follow a DIY and create a shelf or let them stay on top of your working desk, mason jars are great for storing little handy items.

2. A  China Cabinet.

Whether there’s one built in the wall or you’ve found a something great at the flea market, china cabinets are perfect for storage. Not only can you display some of your favorite things but it can hold a lot. Just imagine having all you scrap papers, ribbons, tapes, boxes …. all neatly organized inside a beautiful China cabinet.

3. A suitcase.

Whether you’re on the go or sit it atop a side table to get into quickly, a suitcase is perfect for storing some of your most used items. Create a sewing kit suitcase or a gift wrapping suitcase! It’s fun, easy and incredibly functional.

4. Some hangers.

Have a bunch of ribbons or strings of beads? Maybe even some pieces of leftover fabric from your last project? Grab a hanger, drape all of the excess and it’s not only pretty  but readily available!

5. A wine rack.

Depending on the wine rack, depends on what your storing. Yarn, ribbon, markers, stickers, buttons, glue, scissors …. you can store it all in the right kind of wine rack.

6. Some coffee cans.

Just like mason jars, coffee cans can store a bunch of your small, often-used items. You can easy make some funky shelving if you’re craft enough. Here they stuffed cans with yarn for easy access but you can put almost anything inside depending on what type of crafting you like to do.

7. Ice cube trays.

Another way to hide your little items like paper clips, thumbtacks and rubber bands? Ice cube trays! Find some in fun shaped to add more personality and easily slide there into drawers to keep them out of sight and less cluttered.

8. Egg Cartons

We can find drawer dividers at almost any store but why not up-cycle? Take an egg carton in good shape and use it to organize your desk drawers.

Published by in How To, Tips, and Advice, on August 7th, 2012


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