Before & After: The Ultimate Craft Closet
Glitter, old iPhone chargers, yarn, mason jars, spray paint, and every color duct tape you can possibly imagine. Those are just a few of the things that have been crowding the shelves of what was formerly a very disorganized craft closet.
the latest camera appsglittering our cleaning tools, and cooking up mac and cheese muffins, it's virtually impossible to find time to organize all of our stuff. That's why we turned to the ladies at Neat Method, who transformed our totally disorganized supply area into a fully functional efficient craft closet.
First, they took everything out of the closet and figured out what all we have.
From a pile of t-shirt scraps to confetti to 40 pairs scissors from a recent TaskRabbit event and every type of string you can imagine, they sorted through through all of our materials and developed an organization plan.
They rainbow organized the embroidery floss.
And our rolls upon rolls of duct tape.
On the left, they turned our crowded Ikea Expedit Shelves into a well-organized crafter's dream.
Bins organized into adhesives, wooden materials, yarn, spray paint, etc. Jars for the small things, and a lovely ribbon box.
They even found a charming home for our hot pink pumps.
On the right side, they used Baker's Racks for more large scale storage. A box of jars, our Christmas goodies, the sewing machine, and about 100 paper lanterns from Brit's wedding.
And on the top shelf, they created boxes for each of our past projects!