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Welcome to my Craft Room
As makers, we all need a space that inspires us to dream up our next big idea. Over the years, I have updated and reorganized my craft room dozens of times. Anytime I take on a new craft (most recently sublimation), I have to rearrange to fit new equipment and find storage for all the accessories.
Not only is this space used for my crafting, it's also my office space. I have developed products and launched some exciting projects from this room in our home.
It doesn’t matter if your crafting is a business like mine, a side hustle, or just a hobby, having an organized, efficient space helps get the creative juices flowing.
My Craft Room Furniture
Desks: Sit-Stand Table (located in middle of the room) and Desk with storage drawers
Cabinets: Cabinets with Doors
Chairs: Rolling Office Chair / Rolling Stools
Cricut Storage Solutions
Rolling Carts: Lexington Rolling Cart with Topper
Storage Drawers: 6-Drawer Cart
Wall Storage: Peg Board
Cricut Pull Out Shelf: Learn how to make it
Screen Printing Home Setup
My Screen Printing Equipment
Screen Printing Carts: Wooden Screen Printing Cart for my 1-color presses / Metal Rolling Cart for my 4-color press
1-Color Presses: Economy 1-Color Press / Riley Hopkins 150 Screen Printing Press
Not sure which press is right for you? Check out my comparison of the economy Amazon press vs. Ryonet's Riley Hopkins 150 press.
4-Color Press: I currently have an Economy 4-Color Press but highly recommend comparing it to the Riley Hopkins 150 4-color.
Screen Printing Ink Storage
Wall Storage: Ink Jar Shelves / Custom Ink Shelf DIY
Other Ink Storage: Ink Jar Containers / Cabinets with Doors
Squeegee Rack: Pan Lid Organizer Mounted to Wall
Sublimation and Heat Presses
I recently added sublimation to my craft room with a Sawgrass 1000. Blank coffee mugs and tumblers take up more room than t-shirts so I found a cart with lots of storage.
Heat Presses: Cricut AutoPress / ProWorld 15×15 Press / Cabinets both from IKEA
Sublimation: Rolling Cart with drawers and cabinets / Sublimation Printer / More about Sublimation Supplies and Blanks
Blank T-Shirt Storage
I have accumulated a ton of blank t-shirts over the years. When I need to make a last minute shirt, I love having them organized by size. I can see all of the colors and brands easily with them hanging – just like a closet. Here are my favorite t-shirt blank brands and styles.
Hide-Away Organization with DreamBox
Right below my craft room is another space I use for craft storage. My DreamBox stores all of my smaller supplies – everything from glitter to scrapbook paper to vinyl. I also keep my Maker 3 in my DreamBox. My daughters can pull up a chair and work on school projects with easy access to everything they need including the hot glue gun, styrofoam balls, construction paper, and more.
I hope seeing how I organize my space gives you some ideas for your own craft room. If you have any craft organization hacks or ideas, share them in the comments!