With so many parties and showers and creative ideas up in here, we鈥檙e starting to feel the need to get our DIY gear organized. After all, not every hobby comes in a handy little Brit Kit. Most of the time we鈥檙e dealing with more needles, bobbins, skeins, brushes, pliers and papers than we know what to do with! If you鈥檙e in the same boat, join us in reorganizing your craft area, whether it鈥檚 a closet, a corner or a full-blown studio.

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1. Pegboards: Pegboards are essential in a craft room because they鈥檙e so customizable and modifiable. Use a mix of hooks, shelves and baskets to get those bits and bobs off your table but still within reach. (via Fabric Paper Glue)

Black and White

2. Contrasting Colors: We鈥檝e seen A LOT of rainbow-inspired craft rooms, which of course we love, but this monochrome room really stands out. All the black and white furniture and decor contrasts with the vibrant tissue paper and paints, making those crafting materials so much easier to find. (via Martha Stewart)

Clipboards and Lockers

3. Industrial Details: Clipboards, lockers and the ubiquitous pegboard give this workspace the feel of a professional (and 眉ber-organized) craft studio. It鈥檚 the perfect industrial aesthetic if your hobbies include woodworking or leatherworking.

Craft Carts

4. Craft Carts: I spy with my little eye鈥 two IKEA utility carts being used to corral the many, many supplies in this busy art studio. Go check out the rest of this room tour to get lots of creative ideas, plus a closer look at those humungous storage shelves. (via Kelly Rae Roberts)

Kitchen Studio

5. Kitchen Studio: If you don鈥檛 have a spare upstairs room for all of your creative projects, a converted basement may be just the ticket. Bonus points if yours is fitted with a kitchen, because alllll those cupboards are prime art supply storage. (via Natalme)

Ribbon Wall

6. Ribbon Wall: If you got it, flaunt it 鈥 spools of ribbon, that is. Fun fact: This display was made out of a repurposed bottle drying rack. (via Oh Happy Day)

Storage Baskets

7. Baskets Galore: Baskets and bins are the easiest way to hide clutter, but why hide the baskets themselves? Go all out and make them the focal point of the room with a large open storage unit. (via Natty Michelle)

Minimal Storage Displays

8. Minimal Storage Displays: Keep just the essentials in sight by storing them on towel bars with S-hooks, or stashing your paints inside a clear garden terrarium. As for the rest, shut it behind cabinet doors to keep your space as clean and minimal as possible. (via I Heart Organizing)

Colored Pencil Wall Art

9. Colored Pencil Wall Art: Making art out of the art supplies themselves? We鈥檙e feeling inspired by this craft space. That鈥檚 500 colored pencils you鈥檙e gawking at. Although we hope you鈥檙e not TOO much of a perfectionist, because you鈥檙e gonna have to sharpen those babies at some point. (via Jeannie Jeannie)

Small Space Solutions

10. Small Space Solutions: We don鈥檛 all have sprawling spaces to devote an entire room to crafting, so some of us need to get extra creative. This blogger turned an old pantry into her workspace by using a mix of shelves, wooden slats and tiered baskets to create as much added storage as possible. (via Tried and True)

Ceiling Art

11. Ceiling Space: Speaking of small space solutions, do you need all the wall space you can get for storage? Look up! Just move your inspiration board (or finished projects, for artists) to the ceiling. It鈥檚 an ideal solution in attic rooms. (via Design*Sponge)

Fabric Wall

12. Fabric Wall: For seamstresses and budding fashion designers, one of the biggest pains is figuring out what to do with all those fabric swatches. This simple IKEA hack involves nothing more than a curtain rod and curtain clips. (via Craftaholics Anonymous)

Hanging Storage

13. Hanging Inspiration Board: Here鈥檚 another way to turn a couple of curtain rods into multifunctional storage spaces. S-hooks can hold all of your tools, plus clipboards of your sketches and inspiration clippings. (via The Happy Heathen)

Rustic Cubbies

14. Rustic Cubbies: Turns out you don鈥檛 have to build a brand new (and inevitably complicated) IKEA shelving unit just to unclutter your crafts 鈥 people have been organized for quite some time. Antiquing fans, go forth and hunt down an old cubby system for the ultimate handmade room. (via Mamie Jane鈥檚)

Jewelry Studio

15. Jewelry Findings Within Arm鈥檚 Reach: Jewelry making is one of those hobbies that comes with a TON of little, easy-to-lose pieces. Acrylic canisters are the best for rounding up all those findings, while DIY wall hangers are the best for displaying works in progress. (via Refinery29)

Flower Studio

16. Crafts on Display: Aside from a place to make, your craft room can be a place to show off as well. You may want to keep the odds and ends out of sight, so drawers are a must, but get those finished works of art on display! (via Miss Moss)

Do you have any tips for organizing your arts and crafts supplies? Spill your organizational secrets in the comments!