Doing some projects for creative Do-It-Yourself or making craft is surely can be satisfying for some people. Usually, to do such things, we will need many equipment to make the craft. Therefore after we finish the craft, we need some space to store the equipment for the next activities. Below we provide you with 16 examples of creative and organized craft room shelving ideas.
Surprisingly, a craft room shelving does not need a lot of space. Not to mention that you can even build a shelve vertically on the wall. In addition, to make your stuffs looks organized, you will also need some plastic container. If you prefer the modern way, then there is also a choice of peg board that is suitable for minimalist-theme home.
There are also many kind of craft that needs to be stored in a craft room shelving. Therefore, sometimes it is helpful to categorize your stuff first. Then you can put similar stuff in one container, so that later when you need them, you know where to find them.
Maximizing The Room Space
Of course a craft room shelving needs some room. But you don’t always have to prepare a big room. Instead you can try to maximize the room space. For example, try to build some shelves near the roof. Usually, the space near the roof is wasted since they are too high to reach. Then you can put all stuffs that is rarely being used on the shelves.
Vertical Plastic Organizer
Another way to organize your stuff in a craft room shelves is by hanging a vertical plastic organizer in the wall or behind the door. Not only it will make more space, but also you will find it easier to find anything you need later.
Pegboard For Shelving
If you love simplicity, this is actually a really good idea. Get a pegboard and hang it on the wall. Then you can organize everything you need in the pegboard. No shelves needed, means that there will also no room needed. Below we provide you some pictures of how people use pegboard to replace shelves to store stuffs.
Not only that it looks so organized, but also this is the most suitable way if you like minimalist theme. Less space needed and more organized stuff, who does not like it?