Enviously Organized: Inspiring Craft Rooms

Enviously Organized: Inspiring Craft Rooms

Tess Wilson
Feb 12, 2015

What's your craft room situation? Mine is currently a messy corner of our office/guest room, but I'm going to pretend it looks like the glorious space pictured above. Let's dream together, shall we?

These first two photos are of Regina Easter of Hand To Paper's studio— the full tour is on HGTV and it's nonstop amazing. The ribbon drawers!

Real Simple made over the craft room of Jess Mauras and I love the stool, work light, and grey palette.

This clean, functional workspace from Dwell's Contemporary Nordic Town House fills me with file folder envy— not to mention raging natural daylight jealousy.

The crafting studio of Winter Session was captured by Kinfolk and made me realize I need more lockers and clipboards in my life.

Darcy Miller's Craft Room, Martha Stewart, featuring cloches, 3-ring binders, and, like, a million dollars worth of markers.

Amy Sedaris' studio, featured in Anthology, would drive me a little nuts— I'm more of a Contemporary Nordic Town House girl— but it's stuffed full of enthusiasm.

This is Martha Stewart's very nice and enviable craft room— but that photo of the near-empty drawer will never not make me laugh.

Megan of Crafty Intentions, as featured on Doornob, is my new Tiny Bottle, Magnetic Strip, and Ribbon Wall Idol.

The amazing closet from Jess and Real Simple's craft room makeover makes me want to both commandeer a closet and rip off the stupid standard doors.

What's your dream craft room like?

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