10 Beyond Clever Craft Room Organization Ideas

Silas & Grace

My mother-in-law probably has one of the best craft rooms ever. It’s pretty, organized, and super creative. And her awesome ideas (as well as other blogger’s organizing tips and tricks) have inspired me to create this post.

So down below I found some great organizing hacks for your craft room (or future craft room) done by very creative people. I love finding awesome ideas from other bloggers, so I hope you enjoy these hacks and find some tips that work for you.

DIY Cereal Box Drawer Dividers


Found from I Heart Organizing: See Source Below

How creative is this? Instead of throwing out empty cereal boxes, why not recycle them and use them as cute drawer organizers for your craft supplies?

DIY Wall Organizer


Found from Design Sponge: See Source Below

I thought this was a great idea! It gives you plenty of options on how to store your supplies while keeping things up and out of the way.

Organizing Embroidery Floss


Found from Heather JS Life: See Source Below

A super cute and easy way to keep your embroidery floss organized. Definitely an eye catcher!

How to Organize Your Twine


Found from Damask Love: See Source Below

A very pretty way to dress up your craft room walls and have your twine easy to grab.

Organize with an IKEA Spice Rack


Found from 7 Layer Studio: See Source Below

This is such a creative way to organize your ribbon (or whatever else you want to store) and it’ll make your craft room look pretty smart as well.

How to Set up an Art Cart


Found from Buzzfeed: See Source Below

This is a great tutorial on how to set up an art cart. It’ll guide you on how you can use it to organize your supplies. Pretty handy right?

IKEA Raskog Cart Organization


Found from Laura Vorlicek: See Source Below

Now if you want smaller organization carts and you want to know how to decorate them yourself, check out this idea from Laura.

Modern Craft Table


Found from Ideas 2 Live 4: See Source Below

This craft table is such an awesome way to keep all of your supplies together and pull your room together. It’s chic and a great centerpiece!

Paint Can Cubbies


Found from Martha Stewart: See Source Below

This is such a simple DIY project! It’s definitely unique and will make your craft room stand out.. in a good way of course. Also, it’s an awesome storage idea to keep things up and out of the way.

Tic Tac Ribbon Organization


Found from Good Housekeeping: See Source Below

Storing your ribbon in a tic tac container has to be one of the most creative ideas I’ve seen so far. It looks super cute and a great way to save space in your craft room

Whether you have a craft room already or it’s a desire of yours within the coming years, there are plenty of great ideas on how to decorate and organize. So many creative bloggers have come up with great ideas and you have so much to stock pile up for when you start your craft room project. Also, these projects are easy to do and  the tutorials are simple to follow, so there’s no need to feel intimidated.

Now if you have any craft room organization ideas yourself, let me know in the comments down below. I’d love to hear about them!


DIY Cereal Box Drawer Dividers: I Heart Organizing

DIY Wall Organizer: Design Sponge

Organizing Embroidery Floss: Heather JS Life

How to Organize Your Twine: Damask Love

Organize with an IKEA Spice Rack: 7 Layer Studio

How to Set up an Art  Cart: Buzzfeed

IKEA Raskog Cart Organization: Laura Vorlicek

Modern Craft Table: Ideas 2 Live 4

Paint Can Cubbies: Martha Stewart

Tic Tac Ribbon Organization: Good Housekeeping

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Silas & Grace

Chasing Foxes was started in 2016 as a way for Grace and her husband, Silas, to start traveling. However, they started to realize that they had a passion for improving themselves, and wanted to help others level up their lives as well. So whether it's with cooking, travel, or staying healthy, they want to help you better your life bit by bit, as they do the same.

9 thoughts on “10 Beyond Clever Craft Room Organization Ideas”

  1. Thanks so much! I really like yours as well. In fact, we moved into a new (new for us) house back in June, and I am so thankful to have one room dedicated to crafting. I really want to make it pretty, but it’s kind of last on the priority list.

    Your blog is definitely an inspiration for my craft room, however. 🙂


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