I thought it high time to post an update on my craft room.
If you haven't peeked inside my little corner, the original post on my room is here.
First notable change is my little display wall that I have right at the entrance:
I display favourite creations and/or newest creations here.
The biggest change is to my peg board wall as I purchased two Expedit units (before they were discontinued) from Ikea. They offered much better storage for my small space.
You can really see difference when you look at the before:
and after photo (wow, those daylight bulbs really make a difference):
Please excuse the mess on the corner of my main worktable (you can see it in the bottom left of the photo)
As nice as the paper trays were they took up a lot of space. As you can see I have all my 12 x 12 and 8.5 x 11 paper in 6 cubes verses 3/4 of the wall space.
The small sterilite 3 drawer units (there are 4 in total) I now use for scrap paper. Each drawer stores a different colour (white/beige, yellows, oranges, pink/red, purple, blues, greens, teal/turquoise, naturals/bronws, black/gray, Specialty (metallix, glitter...) and patterned.
The rest of the horizontal Expedit unit serves as a work table top. This is where I permanently store my Scoreboard and my envelope board - it's always ready to use.
My Stamp desk has changed a little too, after all I have aquired quite a large number of stamps in the past 2 + years. And I also converted almost all my wood mount stamps to cling.
I added small inserted images of the drawer content to my after photo as it gives a better overview.
There are also a few changes in my die and punch room, here is the before: Sorry I have to show 2 images frrm the before as the left one doens't show the far right wall at all.
As you can see, I no longer have my old red Sizzix machine on the counter. This place is now reserved for my little Cuttlebug.
I have also added 3 shelves to the right wall. These house some of my dies, my Xyron, a few corner/border punches...
Beside the Cuttlebug I have all my various shims and cutting plates (for both the Cuttlebug and my AccuCut)
Behind the Cuttlebug are 2 little wooden crates. One holds my Embossing folders (I have managed to accumulate over 100) and the other my thin wafer dies.
I made the catagorized divers for the embossing folders using my envelope board. The dies are not as organized at the moment, but then I only own around 30 sets.
Hope you enjoyed my little update tour, and maybe I even helped inpire you to find some new storage solutions.