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This week is half over and I must say the craft room tours this week have been amazing. All week I have asked some blogger friends to show off where they create. If you missed any of the fun you can start at the beginning of the tour with my craft room. Now lets check out the amazing ladies for day 3 of our series.
First up is Colleen from Just Paint It. She is an amazing artist with one amazing studio. I love love love the floor to ceiling storage that Colleen has in here. What an amazing place to store all of her paint and craft supplies. You need to click over to see it plus how she got a HUGE work table like the one below all for under $50. You will have one of those “why didn’t I think of that” moments. Click over to see Colleen’s full studio tour.
Next up is Lisa with Condo Blues. The shelves in this room are to die for. And she made them with recycled fence boards! I know right? Get great craft organization ideas from Lisa as well. I can just imagine Lisa working and crafting away in this bright and colorful area. Click here to see the full tour of Lisa’s craft room.
Talking about bright and colorful, Jessica from Mom 4 Real is joining us today with a WOW creative area that you really must see. Jessica is lucky enough to have an area full of natural light which I think any blogger would give their right arm for. Her cottage style shows through in a space that is both fun and functional. My favorite parts are the fact that this is a breakfast nook turned crafty area and that she used a shutter as a valance! Click here to see the full tour of this crafty area.
Michelle with Delicate Construction so graciously elected to join us this week as well. I love the clean white lines of her craft room. The wall of clipboards is art as well as a functional place to put notes and to do lists. I am taking notes for my own space from the ideas that Michelle has come up with. Click here to see all of Michelle’s space and to get inspired yourself.
Last stop for today is Dinah with DIY Inspired. I think I spy another IKEA shelf in this space. Tennessee needs an IKEA stat! I love how Dinah has mixed new finds like the IKEA shelf with vintage and thrift store finds in her space. That mixture of new and worn gets me every time. Click here to see Dinah’s full craft room tour and all of her amazing organization ideas.
That wraps up the craft room tours for day 3. That was another day of awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping, amazing craft rooms! This series is one of my favorites as a reader and this is MY blog! HA! If you missed any of the tours, start all over with the beginning of the tour to catch up. Stay tuned as we have two more days of amazing inspiration and I know you won’t be disappointed.