I saw this pegboard idea on pinterest recently and that's what kicked the whole thing off. It just so happens that we had the pegboard hanging in a bedroom and it wasn't being utilized. Bingo! So Mr. handy hubby took it down and put it up in here for me. Then he framed it with some molding left over in the garage and I painted it. Cost for this pegboard: nothing
This little table was made by me in high school and has been a behind the sofa table. I don't know if it will stay here but for now it's a cute little work space. I'm on the look out for an old door I can do a little chalkboard painting on and stand up in the corner there for messages and notes.
This is a cabinet I've had for a long time. It's great for storing baskets of craft supplies. I'll probably paint it down the road but I'm all painted out from painting these wood shutters. If you ever want to know the wrong way to paint wood shutters, I'm your girl. I thought it would be no big deal. It would have been alot easier to spray paint them but I wanted them in my favorite white (Swiss Coffee) and you can't buy that in spray paint. So I painted them with a brush. Let's just say when I get ready to paint the living room shutters I'll be buying a paint sprayer. Goodness gracious!
These white metal locker baskets were a goodwill find. They are from pottery barn teen. I was able to get four of them for $20. Only one was white and the others were different colors so I spray painted one of them white and Isabelle has the other two in her room.
Wire basket with fabric
That's the tour, folks. I think the only thing I spent on this room was the metal brackets and wood for the shelves. I already had everything else. Does that make me a little hoarderish?
Thanks for taking a look at my new space. I'm not sure what I'm going to call it yet. Moffice, Studio, Craft room. Any ideas?
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