There’s no excuse to keep your craft room messy and unorganized with all of these great ideas for organizing craft supplies! I promise that you’ll be more likely to use those arts & craft supplies to create new DIY projects if you know where to look and things are nice and pretty.
Keeping your craft room organized makes it so much easier to let your creative juices flow and complete some amazing projects. So, whether you have an entire room dedicated to crafting, a small cloffice space or just a corner in your home, chances are you’re always looking for places to store your craft supplies.
In this article, I’m going to start by sharing some of my favorite tools for craft storage & organization. And then I’m going to show you some great real-life examples of organizing craft supplies so you can see them at work!
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Are you ready to see the best tools for craft storage and organization?!
Using pegboards to hang craft supplies from the wall is a great option for rooms with limited space. In addition to using hooks to store larger craft supplies, like wrapping paper or craft paper, you can also add baskets and bins to store smaller items like buttons, thread, or yarn.
Store your most-used craft supplies on a rolling cart so you can easily access them from anywhere. This way to organize craft supplies is especially handy if you tackle projects in a variety of locations or have kids who enjoy taking on craft projects on their own.
Every craft room needs a proper work surface and this large hobby desk does double duty by providing a ton of nooks and crannies for organizing craft supplies in addition to a large desk area. Fill the shelves with all your favorite craft supplies so they’re within easy reach when you need them.
A mobile wrapping station is a wonderful way to organize your craft room. Store your wrapping paper, ribbon, tape, bags, and decorations all in one place to easily and quickly wrap beautiful presents for any occasion.
Storage bins that tilt outward are a great option for storing small craft embellishments that may be difficult to sift through in traditional bins. Consider storing your buttons, gems, stones, or jewelry-making supplies in a selection of tilt bins for easy access.
Revolving Craft Organizer
A revolving craft organizer is a perfect place to store items you use on almost every craft project, like glue, scissors, markers, pens, and pencils. Place this revolving craft organizer on your craft room desk to have everything you need to get started on your next project right at your fingertips.
Fabric Storage Bins
A selection of fabric storage bins is an awesome option for organizing larger craft supplies, like big balls of yarn, fabric, or rolls of vinyl. They fit nicely in a variety of basic storage cubes and can add some pops of color to your craft room’s décor.
Large Glass Jars
Place some large glass jars on your shelves and fill them with pretty craft supplies to create a beautiful display that also works when organizing craft supplies.
Whether you work with a variety of papers for scrapbooking or card crafting, or you just like to collect magazines for inspiration, it’s probably a good idea to have a few vertical paper holders on hand to organize your paper products.
Make sure you know exactly what is in each box in your craft room by creating labels for each bin. A label maker is the perfect tool for making a bunch of pretty labels all at once.
Are you ready to see some real life examples & inspiration for organizing craft supplies?
This article is full of so many great tips! She walks you through storage hacks & products, talks about some crafting trends and gives you a step by step for how to get your craft room clutter under control!
I love how she uses two bookshelves in the corner for organizing her craft supplies. She also mentions that she went through all of her supplies and got rid of things she was no longer using, which is always a good idea!
Do you need to separate a distinct space for your craft area in a larger room (while adding extra storage for your craft supplies)? Make your own DIY wooden crate bookshelf! We made this SUPER EASY crate wall for just $100!
Wow! Now that was inspiring, right??
There’s no excuse to keep your craft room messy and unorganized with all of these great craft storage ideas!
I promise that you’ll be more likely to use those supplies to create new projects if you know where to look and things are nice and pretty.
It’s all about having a designated place for everything in your craft room. With these ideas for organizing craft supplies, you’ll be on your way to an organized craft room that you’re proud of!
Which of these is your favorite way to organize your craft room?