We're coveting these well organized craft rooms brimming with tape, trim, and more! Spiff up your own crafting space by borrowing these bloggers' genius organization and storage ideas.
This home office is a DIY-er's dream! A wood frame becomes a ribbon display and metal tins are transformed into a tiered supply caddy. Plus, even the desk itself is DIY—it's made from a pair of ladders and a plywood board.
Storage boxes and bins arranged on floating shelves keep things tidy in this craft room from . Pops of blue—on the lamp, hanging buckets, and wall art—lend a sense of cohesiveness to a varied assortment of crafting tools.
Jennie Larsen at rehabbed a thrifted wooden cubby unit with a fresh coat of turquoise chalk paint, which she sanded to give an antiquated look. It's roomy enough to accommodate lots of paints, twine, and more.
This nifty yarn storage unit from makes it a cinch to grab a skein. Plus, buttons—in corresponding hues, natch—are lined up on the top of the shelf in easy-access swing top jars.
A drying rack gets new life as a ribbon organizer inside the studio in San Francisco. (The ombre scheme makes it even dreamier!)
Carmel, from the blog , turned a wall into a brainstorming space courtesy of a coat of chalkboard paint. (A frame and a hand-sketched calendar also help her keep track of deadlines.) A wall organizer offers the perfect place to stash flat supplies like envelopes and paper.
Crafting queen Cathe Holden uses an antique nine-foot-high apothecary cabinet to store her crafting supplies. But to curb chaos, Holden groups items together in an assortment of new and vintage glass jars.
See more of Cathe's craft room makeover ideas.
Cups and mugs keep pens, pencils, and more within easy reach—but out of the way—in sunny craft room.
Peg boards from your local hardware shop can corral scissors, tape, embroidery hoops, and more. Take a cue from Elsie Larson at and try a pastel-hued one in your work space. (Elsie offered this peek into her craft room back in 2010. Instead of an office space, the blog is now run out of a renovated house! of the crafting headquarters.)
Kelly McCants, who blogs at and peddles a line of oilcloth wares online and at the Ikaroo Fair, keeps her bolts from toppling over thanks to wood boxes with dividers.
blogger Joy Cho, author of , enlisted HGTV star Emily Henderson to help set up a swoon-worthy design space including a large white corkboard wall for pinning intriguing ideas.
Brooklyn-based designer 's