When I imagine my dream craft space, it definitely looks something like this. I’ve been a huge fan of Darcy Miller for a long time. She currently serves as the Editorial Director at Martha Stewart Weddings but she’s also an illustrator & crafter. Her amazing scrapboxes have been featured in Martha Stewart Living magazine. It’s no surprise her craft space is amazingly organized and well designed.
I love the repetition of the black binders mixed with the collection of wedding cake toppers and artwork. Craft spaces are great places to show off a personal collection, including your own creations. The display of pens is functional and beautiful:
This is how she stores party-related ephemera and materials. Grouping items by theme or season is a great way to streamline the process of crafting:
I love the interior of this drawer with all that gorgeous color on display:
The closet holds collections of inspiring items, like tear sheets from magazines and ephemera for future projects:
Here is the photo storage area. The custom ‘wallpaper’ is simply enlarged black and white photos printed on matte paper and collaged on the wall. Brilliant and simple:
The corkboard walls are home to more enlarged photos and a collection of ephemera:
There are so many innovative ideas in this craft space that could be easily adapted to any space. I hope they’ve inspired you, too! To view more photos of Darcy’s blog, you can view them here on the Martha Stewart website.