Beautiful Craft Room Interior Design Ideas Make Work Easier

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Beautiful craft room interior design ideas that make work easier
Beautiful Craft Room Interior Design Ideas Make Work Easier

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Bright and cheerful colors in a home office or craft room can really change the atmosphere. It’s a simple way of making the room feel more inviting and making work feel more fun. Personalized decorations also make the room feel cozier and spice up the décor.

If you’re an ardent crafter, you’ll know there’s no beating a good organizational system. Otherwise, you risk wasting days digging through dark drawers in search of thread or scissors or extra tape for your label maker. Camille Styles rigged up this custom storage solution, which features pull-out drawers that can store very tool imaginable. Added labels on the front make switching from project to project that much easier.

This is a large home office. It features an entire wall of windows so there’s plenty of natural light. It’s an ideal space for such a room. To make the room feel airy and spacious despite all the storage units and display areas, the furniture used is minimalist and the decorations are practically almost inexistent.

Beautiful craft room interior design ideas that make work easier

A pegboard is a craft room storage essential, but don’t limit yourself to bland, everyday white. Craft rooms deserve a bold hand with color and glamour, so extend the accent shade you’ve chosen through the space onto your organization tools. Place of My Taste’s glitzy pegboard reflects her gold-and-white-themed craft room—and it’s the perfect spot to store paint, tools and washi tape.

This is a traditional home office interior design. The desk is placed near the window in order to take advantage of the natural light and shelves and storage boxes are spread throughout the room. The curtains give this space a cozy feel.

When designing your dream craft room, consider the reasons you love to craft. Are you inspired by Totoro? Do you adore drawing characters from your favorite fandom? Or do you adore your favorite fixer-upper bloggers, who can transform vintage yard sale finds into works of art? Whatever strikes your crafting fancy, embrace it in your space. Blogger Home to Heather filled her room with antique finds so that she’s never far from what she loves most.

Crafting involves spending a lot of time sitting on your butt—and after a while, your behind might start to ache. Treat it nicely by investing in a high-quality office chair, or jazzing up the one you already have, like in this stunning pale-blue, boho-chic craft room by Casa Watkins. By draping a fur over her high-backed chair, she adds a soft element to the space—and makes working far more comfortable.

You may love scrapbooking and cross-stitching now, but who’s to say what you’ll adore in a year’s time? Maybe you’ll pick up crocheting. Or perhaps you’ll start taking drawing classes. Prepare for your inevitable shifts in interests by installing adjustable shelving. Most home-improvement stores—and, of course, IKEA—sell easy-to-install adjustable shelving units (like in this craft room from Refined Rooms) that give your craft room the flexibility you need.

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This room is not that much different from the ones we’ve presented so far. But the interesting part about it is the color palette. It’s very nice how the pale green walls combine with all the white furniture. The décor is simple and refreshing.

In a craft room there’s usually not much free space. It’s why the décor needs to be as simple as possible. In this case, even though there’s quite a lot of furniture, it’s arranged in such a way that it doesn’t make the room look cluttered. Also, there aren’t many decorations so the room feels airy.

This craft room is designed similarly to a kitchen. It has an island in the middle with lots of storage space underneath in the form of shelves. Then there are panels on the wall where tools and utensils are stores and there are also cabinets and wall units for extra storage. It’s a traditional craft room.

In a room dedicated to creation, make sure to give yourself plenty of inspiration. If that means your decor may look a little—well, let’s call it eclectic, shall we?—then that’s okay. Look to blogger Taylor Made, who transformed her bright-white craft room into a haven of color and cheer by mixing disparate patterns and bright artwork. The final touch: An oversized work table, perfect for hashing out your creative vision.

Love to craft but not sure where to store your supplies? Dream of a dedicated craft room of your own—but stuck in a cramped abode? Look for unused spaces to transform. Blogger Driven by Decor elevated a common stairway landing into a colorful and well-organized craft room just by stretching a wide desk across the space and adding funky (and creativity-inducing) wallpaper.

The laundry can serve as a great craft room as well. Try to incorporate the washer and dryer into a continuous décor and create long and spacious working surfaces. A compact desk/table,storage unit is multifunctional and makes a great addition to the room.

If you work from home or if you have a hobby or passion or simply something specific that you like to do, then you could really benefit from a personal home office or craft room. This would be the place where you can work without being disturbed or distracted. The interior design you choose should be a decision you make in accordance with the size and shape of the room as well with the type of work you do. Here are a few design ideas.

Serious crafters need a serious craft room. It’s not hyperbole: if you are (or know) a crafter, you’ve seen how supplies multiply. What was once a stash of embroidery thread and a nice pair of sharp sewing scissors suddenly becomes a stockpile of every DMC color, 60 skeins of high-quality yarns—and an entire screen-printing setup.

Got a lot of supplies to store? When setting up storage in your craft room, make sure you consider all of the tools, fabric scraps, and other supplies you’ll likely purchase in the coming weeks and months. It isn’t about what you have now—it’s about where you might go next.

A compact storage unit like this one is ideal for craft rooms. It provides varied and very practical and functional storage compartments for all the little things and supplies you need. The top can also be used as a work surface.

An expansive, wall-spanning mural may seem a bit extra, but Addison’s Wonderland proves it works beautifully—especially when creating a craft room for kids. Paired with the gentle, robin’s-egg blue, this dreamlike, avant-garde mural makes the space feel plucked from Wonderland (hey, maybe that’s where the blog name comes from!). Making bold choices is guaranteed to inspire some serious creativity.

This is a craft room that’s been very well organized. The interior décor is simple and only contains basic elements. There work surfaces are generous in size and there’s also plenty of space to move around freely. The scissors decoration defines the room perfectly.

This is a multifunctional room. It’s an office, a craft room and a laundry room. One wall is covered with storage spaces. There are lots of drawers and compartments of all shapes and sizes and they are great for storing all the little supplies you use for your DIY projects. A neat work surface completes the room.

If you’ve got tons of teeny supplies, vintage stores may be a godsend when renovating your craft room. Just check out One Dog Woof’s revamped craft room for inspiration, where two gray-painted card catalogs provide valuable storage space for her wide collection of embroidery threads. Reining in an out-of-control-collection is much less difficult with space to organize, and this common thrift-store find promises to help sort your craft room mess lickety-split.

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This is a small but cozy craft space. It’s a sewing room with lots and lots of storage areas. There are boxes, containers, open shelves and all those little supplies are organized into categories. This makes it easier to find exactly what you need but the space feels a little cluttered nonetheless.

This is another type of traditional home office. It has the typical work surfaces placed along the walls as well as a compact storage unit in the middle. It’s very similar to a kitchen island and it’s great for storing all the supplies. It’s also a great space for getting creative and working as a team if needed.

Unless you live in one of those glorious, spring-all-year-’round climates (we see you, San Diego), you probably can’t literally craft outdoors. But there’s no reason you can’t let the outdoors in. Houseplants add life to your space, and natural products like rattan and wicker provide much-needed texture. Blogger The House That Will integrated gorgeous greens and natural motifs into her craft room to create an inspirational and natural-feeling space.

This contemporary home office features a room divider with lots of storage compartments. Storage boxes and containers are used for all sorts of supplies and everything it neatly organized. The actual working space is rather small and has additional storage incorporated.

Yes, inspirational signs that say “Good Vibes Only” or “Get It Done” may be cliche—but they’re cliche for a darn good reason. Motivation can occasionally be hard to come by, and it’s easy to beat yourself up when you’re staring at a blank page (or swath of embroidery cloth) unable to decide what comes next. Follow Pretty Providence’s lead and hang your favorite inspirational saying on your wall—that way, when things seem hard, all you have to do is look up.

This is a craft and sewing room. As you can see, the space is extremely well organized. All the tools and supplies and stored and displayed along the walls and there are lots of storage compartments, drawers and shelves throughout the room. All these storage spaces are organized on the walls so that the room wouldn’t be occupied with cabinets and other similar pieces of furniture.

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  • 09 of 12 Motivate Yourself Pretty Providence Yes, inspirational signs that say “Good Vibes Only” or “Get It Done” may be cliche—but they’re cliche for a darn good reason. Motivation can occasionally be hard to come by, and it’s easy to beat yourself up when you’re staring at a blank page (or swath of embroidery cloth) unable to decide what comes next. Follow Pretty Providence’s lead and hang your favorite inspirational saying on your wall—that way, when things seem hard, all you have to do is look up.
  • 12 of 12 Go Big or Go Home Addison’s Wonderland An expansive, wall-spanning mural may seem a bit extra, but Addison’s Wonderland proves it works beautifully—especially when creating a craft room for kids. Paired with the gentle, robin’s-egg blue, this dreamlike, avant-garde mural makes the space feel plucked from Wonderland (hey, maybe that’s where the blog name comes from!). Making bold choices is guaranteed to inspire some serious creativity.
  • 01 of 12 Beautiful Craft Rooms Can Inspire Creativity Studio Pebbles Serious crafters need a serious craft room. It’s not hyperbole: if you are (or know) a crafter, you’ve seen how supplies multiply. What was once a stash of embroidery thread and a nice pair of sharp sewing scissors suddenly becomes a stockpile of every DMC color, 60 skeins of high-quality yarns—and an entire screen-printing setup.Face it. This kind of hobby needs dedicated space. And as a bonus, this is your big chance to be totally creative with your decor—after all, a craft room should feel inspirational! But as all creatives know, a blank canvas can be terrifying. These pretty craft rooms are sure to inspire your next redecorating project.
  • 07 of 12 Take Advantage of Unused Space Driven by Decor Love to craft but not sure where to store your supplies? Dream of a dedicated craft room of your own—but stuck in a cramped abode? Look for unused spaces to transform. Blogger Driven by Decor elevated a common stairway landing into a colorful and well-organized craft room just by stretching a wide desk across the space and adding funky (and creativity-inducing) wallpaper.
  • 06 of 12 Don’t Be Afraid to Go Eclectic Taylor Made In a room dedicated to creation, make sure to give yourself plenty of inspiration. If that means your decor may look a little—well, let’s call it eclectic, shall we?—then that’s okay. Look to blogger Taylor Made, who transformed her bright-white craft room into a haven of color and cheer by mixing disparate patterns and bright artwork. The final touch: An oversized work table, perfect for hashing out your creative vision.
  • 03 of 12 Consider Adjustable Shelving Refined Rooms You may love scrapbooking and cross-stitching now, but who’s to say what you’ll adore in a year’s time? Maybe you’ll pick up crocheting. Or perhaps you’ll start taking drawing classes. Prepare for your inevitable shifts in interests by installing adjustable shelving. Most home-improvement stores—and, of course, IKEA—sell easy-to-install adjustable shelving units (like in this craft room from Refined Rooms) that give your craft room the flexibility you need.
  • 08 of 12 Bring the Outdoors In The House That Will Unless you live in one of those glorious, spring-all-year-’round climates (we see you, San Diego), you probably can’t literally craft outdoors. But there’s no reason you can’t let the outdoors in. Houseplants add life to your space, and natural products like rattan and wicker provide much-needed texture. Blogger The House That Will integrated gorgeous greens and natural motifs into her craft room to create an inspirational and natural-feeling space.
  • 05 of 12 Incorporate Your Favorite Things Home to Heather When designing your dream craft room, consider the reasons you love to craft. Are you inspired by Totoro? Do you adore drawing characters from your favorite fandom? Or do you adore your favorite fixer-upper bloggers, who can transform vintage yard sale finds into works of art? Whatever strikes your crafting fancy, embrace it in your space. Blogger Home to Heather filled her room with antique finds so that she’s never far from what she loves most.
  • 10 of 12 Give Yourself Room to Grow One Dog Woof Got a lot of supplies to store? When setting up storage in your craft room, make sure you consider all of the tools, fabric scraps, and other supplies you’ll likely purchase in the coming weeks and months. It isn’t about what you have now—it’s about where you might go next.If you’ve got tons of teeny supplies, vintage stores may be a godsend when renovating your craft room. Just check out One Dog Woof’s revamped craft room for inspiration, where two gray-painted card catalogs provide valuable storage space for her wide collection of embroidery threads. Reining in an out-of-control-collection is much less difficult with space to organize, and this common thrift-store find promises to help sort your craft room mess lickety-split.
  • 02 of 12 Create an Organizational System Camille Styles If you’re an ardent crafter, you’ll know there’s no beating a good organizational system. Otherwise, you risk wasting days digging through dark drawers in search of thread or scissors or extra tape for your label maker. Camille Styles rigged up this custom storage solution, which features pull-out drawers that can store very tool imaginable. Added labels on the front make switching from project to project that much easier.
  • 11 of 12 Make Your Seat a Throne Casa Watkins Crafting involves spending a lot of time sitting on your butt—and after a while, your behind might start to ache. Treat it nicely by investing in a high-quality office chair, or jazzing up the one you already have, like in this stunning pale-blue, boho-chic craft room by Casa Watkins. By draping a fur over her high-backed chair, she adds a soft element to the space—and makes working far more comfortable.
  • 04 of 12 Give Your Pegboard Some Glitz Place of My Taste A pegboard is a craft room storage essential, but don’t limit yourself to bland, everyday white. Craft rooms deserve a bold hand with color and glamour, so extend the accent shade you’ve chosen through the space onto your organization tools. Place of My Taste’s glitzy pegboard reflects her gold-and-white-themed craft room—and it’s the perfect spot to store paint, tools and washi tape.

Face it. This kind of hobby needs dedicated space. And as a bonus, this is your big chance to be totally creative with your decor—after all, a craft room should feel inspirational! But as all creatives know, a blank canvas can be terrifying. These pretty craft rooms are sure to inspire your next redecorating project.

View in galleryThis craft room has a very interesting work table. It’s a piece of furniture that borrows the design from typical tables but instead of feet it has storage spaces with shelves ad drawers. The rest of the furniture in the room is placed against the walls so that the décor remains airy and spacious.

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