Well, it took a little while but we have finally got all of our things settled and in their place. We had to get a little creative as our new craft room will now double as a guest room. Above is the picture of how we now store our glitter and sequins, etc. It is also probably our FAVORITE detail of the whole room, not only is it using wall space creatively, it's stinkin' cute. We <3 glitter. Here is a shot of what the room looked like after we unloaded all of my things.. obviously we weren't trying to be organized at this point.
And here are the pictures of the room all finished. (except for the fact that we still need to put up curtains/ haven't decided what color/ pattern to use. Got ideas? Let us know...)
|This closet door has been removed to save space. We covered the doorway|
with a sheet that we carefully placed at the top to have a ruffle sort of texture.
Behind the curtain- more storage.
|We put our glitter and scrap fabric storage on the wall.|
|Wall of Mona. Purchased these lovelies at Earthbound Trading Company,|
in the Downtown Nashville store.
And here are the pictures of my new room, I like to think of it as very "cozy".
|We took the door off to save room and replaced it with a pretty|
lace curtain purchased here. It adds a nice touch with the same purpose of a door.
|the Accessories Corner.|
|I already had this bench and it was a gray leather to begin with.|
I covered it with some cute fabric I purchased for $1/yard.
|My Makeshift Vanity.|
|My scarves on hanging on the wall to the left on|
flower hooks I purchased at Urban Outfitters, like these.
Well, if you haven't noticed, we like to decorate with all the things we have to store. And with such little space... this is how we make it work. In small areas like these, organizing and decorating become one in the same.