As I walked through my house the other day, I was discouraged by how much of it is in disarray.
The laundry room with piles of clothes…clean and dirty.
More piles of laundry on my bedroom floor.
Text books and fabric and cast offs in the dining room study.
Bills, paint jars and papers to file covering my desk.
But my hobby stuff. Cameras and tripods and lenses. Craft paint and bristle brushes. Fabric remnants and sewing notions…
…I dream of walking into a room with a place for everything and everything in its place.
My very own creative space with centers, like a Kindergarten classroom, except for adults.
My craft room would include a sewing center for making pillows, cushions and curtains. A wrapping station for pretty packages with beautiful bows. And a computer nook tucked in a corner for penning poetry and blog posts.
While most of us don’t have an entire room to dedicate to our hobbies, I’ve noticed that every craft room design seems to have the same three elements that we can incorporate in our creative space.
I’m sharing what those fundamental design elements are today at Metropolitan Organizing. Join me over there for “The 3 S’s of a Creative Space.”