Craft Rooms Exposed Series: Kara Jones

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Welcome to another issue of the FaveCrafts Craft Rooms Exposed series! As promised in our monthly craft question post, every day this week we’ll be featuring the inside of a famous craft designer’s craft room. Get inside tips from some of our favorite bloggers and designers and find out how they turn their craft rooms into lean, mean crafting machines! And now without further ado, let’s explore our first featured craft room.

Today’s featured designer: Kara Jones,

How to Organize Your Craft Room: 15 Room Tours and DIY Organization Ideas from Your Favorite Bloggers.


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Craft Room Tips and Tricks:
Using shoe racks and hanging mesh/cloth shelves helps me be able to see what is in storage.  Plus it gives me space to rotate out supplies from the tables if I need more table top space to work a particular project.

How to Organize Your Craft Room: 15 Room Tours and DIY Organization Ideas from Your Favorite Bloggers.

Have you used a hanging shoe rack to organize your craft room?

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  1. Metqa says

    Hey, Hey! I did that in my kitchen and bedroom!! Great Minds. I hung one over the closet door near the kitchen to keep spice packets and bottles in, easy to see though the clear plastic, and I hung another in the bedroom closet for belts, scarves and knicknacks. I have another hung on my bathroom door to hold things like deordorant, my favorite conditioner,shampoo, my hair accessories, combs brushes,my cats meds, It’s very convenient, but I don’t have one for my crafts! Duh, Thanks for this article, I’m gonna get another to hang and sort my crafts

  2. says

    You have some very interesting ideas for storing supplies! I never thought of using shoe storage hangers for supplies. Thanks for sharing and now I am thinking…..

  3. debi says

    I use alot of the hanging storage units also. The best ones I have found have been for jewelry. They have lots of small to medium slots to hold the items I have for projects. Also small drawer units you can buy at local hardward sotores are great you can label the front and always know what you have with out looking through each drawer.

  4. Judi says

    Great ideas…I use baskets for storage, clear plastic bins with lids, and tackle box units to hold beads, buttons and small objects. Also plastic vegetable bins are very handy to hold misc items like fabric, wreaths, and ribbon

  5. Sue Bunting says

    I love the idea of useing clear hanging shoe racks all over the house for storage! I plan on getting some for my house!

  6. Grace Lechuga says

    I love the shoe hangers for so many purposes around my house and in my craft room. I’m glad to see someone else thinks outside the box. I even adjusted one to hang from my passenger’s seat for use in my car. I put pencils, note tablets, comb, coins, and sun glasses in the pockets. If I have a passenger, it is easy to hang it behind the seat.

  7. Ruth James says

    Wonderful. thanks for sharing. I have boxes and shelves in my craft room, (I do cards and knitted toys but I think I have a gramlin, I put something down and promtly lose ir. Ruth Wynyard, Tasmania,Australia

  8. Susan Bentele says

    Grace L., I really like your idea of modifying a shoe hanger to use in the car! I do believe I am going to have to try that.

  9. Pixie Dance says

    Kara – I have a huge sunroom (10 x 40 feet) which I am turning into a workroom/shop for my projects. I have built a 6 foot workbench out of a solid core door and put some old cabinets beneath, with old cabinets and a pegboard above. However, I need ideas for bins on open shelves to organize my “soft” crafts, crochet, knitting, sewing, etc. HELP !!!

    I love your ideas, above photos. How big was that walkin closet when you started out?

  10. says

    So glad you all dug the post! Pixie Dance, that closet is like 3 feet wide and 5 feet deep — does that help? Good luck with the re-do on the sunroom!

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