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My Craft Room Reveal

The best part about our new rental is that my craft room is in the brightest room of the house meaning I can also do my blog pictures in there too! In our old house my craft room had NO windows and I always had to relocate for pictures dragging my craft mess all around the house with me.

My craft room is what would traditionally be a dining room, but we are not traditional. My family is perfectly content eating in the breakfast nook area, and I rarely have enough company to need a bigger table. With that being said, you can see everything in my craft room from the living room, so I had to skip the girly colors and make sure everything had a spot and stays organized.

Craft Room Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

Craft Room Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

Craft Room Reveal Before and After

Now I’m going to let you in on a secret… this is what the room liked like the week we got the keys.

Poofy Cheeks Craft Room Reveal

Here is what it looks like from the same angle now.

Poofy Cheeks Craft Room Reveal

I turned a tablecloth into curtains, made a few changes to my sawhorse desk and hung my mason jar shelves.

My dad hung my huge computer screen and then I made my final touches.

Poofy Cheeks Craft Room Reveal
Poofy Cheeks Craft Room Reveal
Poofy Cheeks Craft Room Reveal
Poofy Cheeks Craft Room Reveal
Poofy Cheeks Craft Room Reveal


To see my craft room organization go HERE
I hope you all enjoy!!

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Sunday 1st of February 2015

Wow. I wish I had the space to do this!


Tuesday 1st of July 2014

This is beautiful. I would have to say it looks more like a office/study then a craft room. Love the saw horses. What a little paint can do.....

Ronda Liebert

Tuesday 25th of February 2014

This looks very nice. Did you ever consider hanging some really nice sliding curtains across the columns? You could then claim some of the space behind the longer section as a "wall" and put some more storage or open shelving there. In the middle section, that could be your "door" and you could close it if you are in the middle of creating and haven't had time to clean up. Also, you could pull them all over to reopen the area when you feel like it. Just a thought. I like to use all my area - I am packed in my small bedroom, but it's fun and I feel like I'm in a really creative space.

Thanks for sharing.

Krista thehappyhousie

Saturday 1st of February 2014

Wow- great space. I love that desk... the blue with the rustic top looks amazing together!

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