There are so many ways to organize things. Whether you use boxes, baskets, bins or bowls, it's a great opportunity to get creative and show your personality. I love to think outside the box and use items for something other than their intended purpose as storage, like picnic baskets, wooden crates, or as you'll see in this post, milk glass that I've picked up inexpensively over the past few years.
This craft room has been a work in progress for a long time now and I've shared some of the progress with you before. It's a space that needed an extreme room makeover and has come a really long way from what it used to look like using mostly paint to make some dramatic changes.
You've already gotten to see how the counter top got painted here, and how the floor got dressed up with stencilled faux rug here, and now you'll see some of the fun ways our craft supplies are organized using found items!
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A wire storage basket is great for holding yarn or medium sized items. Paint color decks are stored on the top shelf in another wire basket with a handle.
A little McCoy planter with a glass flower frog on top is a fun way to store pencils.
Thumbtacks and clips are easily accessed from a small milk glass creamer.
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