Craft Room Inspiration


Lately I’ve been dreaming of a craft room with white walls, open shelving throughout the room, and an oversized craft desk in the middle. The shelves would be paired with colorful baskets that would keep every craft supply I own neatly organized. A chandelier would then hang from the center of the room..oh wait, is a chandelier too much? Well this is a dream so we might as well throw in a blinged out chandelier while we’re at it. But in all seriousness as much as I would like a room to display my craft supplies and make crafty messes in, its just not a reality right now. So I’ve been working on the next best option; converting a corner of my master bedroom into a craft space.

 

Craft Room Inspiration

When thinking of my ideal craft space this beautiful grey and yellow Elisabeth La-Z-Boy chair would be the perfect addition to my little nook. Since the area isn’t spacious enough for a seating area, a comfy chair is high on my list. It will give the space some color and allow me to craft in a comfortable and stylish chair.

My favorite home decor colors are grey, yellow, and blue. My living room and porch are currently decorated with these colors so incorporating them into my space should be easy. I’m thinking a mini art gallery with the collections above would look great in my craft space. My first DIY project would be to make an open frame to hang a paper banner with instagram photos. The two small grey and yellow frames would be great as fabric covered cork boards, which would also compliment the chair fabric. Yellow paper flowers would adorn my craft hutch or desk in a mason jar vase for added color. You can see more of my craft room inspiration on pinterest.

I’ve known about La-Z-Boy for years but it wasn’t until recently that I discovered the beautiful furniture pieces they carry. When I used to think of La-Z-Boy I thought of their recliners not these gorgeous pieces:

 

Craft Room Decor Inspiration

 

The online catalog has all you need to help you get started on a room makeover of your own. If you’re having a difficult time deciding you can have free In-Home Design assistance to help makeover your living room or #momcave! With over 900 fabric (or leather) choices and 250 different frames there’s sure to be something for everyone’s style. To help make your design dreams a reality La-Z-Boy is hosting a Pinterest Contest and one winner is going to win a $5,000 furniture prize package! How awesome would that be? I know I could definitely use a living room makeover right about now.

Over the last few weeks I’ve been incorporating new items to help keep my craft supplies organized but I have yet to work on the decor. This is my progress so far… craft room organization

Ikea Kitchen Cart for craft supplies

I’ve added a few new organizers and the infamous Raskog kitchen cart that is being used for craft supplies. Soon I’m going to start working on the decor and bring in a chair for the desk. I currently use one of our dinning room chairs which isn’t ideal at all! Hopefully over the next few months this craft space will be finished, fully decorated and functional.

 

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  1. says

    Love seeing the cart from Ikea in this room. I’m getting one soon and it’s purpose will be for my craft storage! I like the book shelf idea too. Thanks for the ideas!

  2. says

    I love the look of the Winter Collection and your dream for your crafting space sounds lovely! Even when space is at a premium, making it comfortable and stylish can make all the difference! Thanks so much for sharing your finds and vision :)

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