Thursday, 25 July 2013

Art Studio Storage Ideas

Lately I have been thinking of ways I can make my studio space a little more functional.  I actually had a hard time finding ideas online as most of them are for sewing supplies or kids craft areas.  However I did find these nice images below and I think that they would definitely make my space easier to manage and my supplies easier to store.

One of the hardest things I find is storing large sheets of paper because when you roll them they take a while to lay flat and you risk creasing the paper if you try rolling it the opposite way to even it out.  I say this because it is exactly what happened to me last time I tried this.

Have you seen or thought of any creative storage ideas lately?


Image sources:

1. http://www.flickr.com/photos/heathashli/2366767351/

2. http://www.art-boards.com/art_storage_system.htm

3. http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/storage%20ideas

4. http://www.gnibo.com/efficient-diy-storage-solutions-for-everybody/

4 comments:

  1. Nice ideas:) I once did something similar with an empty Pringles chip can...covered it with some "manly" fishing scrap booking paper and created a change collector for Russ. Pretty sure he was overjoyed with his gift;-)

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  2. Ooooh...I'm liking that #4 idea! That would be fun for the kiddos. =0)
    ~Kim

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  3. I recently purchased a metal tool chest from Sears to store all MY things in the living room. It's got wheels so it's semi-portable, and it's kind of got a funky urban vibe to it that fits in with out livingroom's eclectic decor. But what I really love it that it's the one area of the house not cluttered up with boy stuff like Lego or scientific magazines.

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