Hello crafty friends! It's been a while. As I mentioned in my Instagram post a few weeks ago, my husband and I recently moved which meant packing up the craftiness and setting it up again in a new space. Since we have been here a few days and the craft room/office is mostly settled, I figured that I would show you all how it looks at the moment. If you've been following the blog for a while, you'll know that I change the craft room up often, but here's where it stands right now! This is the view from the door looking in:
As you'll see, this room also holds my work desk and the exercise equipment. This room wears many hats! On the wall next to the exercise bike is also my husband's desk. He has not had the time yet to organize his wall décor and desk things so excuse the mess!
Under the window is a desk you might have seen in previous iterations of the craft room. It was made for me by my Pepere and is currently being used to hold my Cricut and our printer. I am so happy with how this little area looks and love the plants and glass jars on the windowsill. Don't mind Ginger on the floor!
The corner to the left of the desk is definitely more in process. I had a grey bookcase in my last iteration of the craft room and decided for the time being to not take it with me. This means some things on the floor which I don't hate, but I'm not sure it will stay like that forever.
Next is my two IKEA drawer units that I love very much and a little gallery wall above. I can't say enough good things about these drawers. They are a great size and are very good quality for being from IKEA. These two units hold almost all of my craft supplies.
And finally, we have my work desk. I currently work from home 100% of the time and will likely only end up going into the office once a week with four days at home starting in the fall. This area is a little more plain so as not to be busy behind me in meetings. I may add a bit of décor, but haven't settled yet on what I would like there.
All décor hung in this room was done with Command hooks or Command velcro strips. As someone who used to make holes in walls with reckless abandon, I have fully converted to the Command life and I love them dearly. Aside from wanting our security deposit back someday, the Command products also make it so easy to reposition when I want to change things up. This is not sponsored or anything but I just love them!
So that's the craft room in its first iteration here. What do you guys think? Let me know in the comments below! I'm sure there will be many changes and adjustments as we settle in more :)
I am a 27-year-old crafter and baker from New Hampshire!