(Fremont, California USA)
I live in a small 1 bedroom condo and my studio is in the largest room, which happens to be my bedroom.
I have a long sturdy table from Ikea as my workbench, with many plastic drawers for supplies, along with wall shelves to hold the bigger items.
This allows me to have everything within reach and in one spot so it doesn’t take over the rest of my living area. Works for me!
Less is more
LeAnne, this is absolutely beautiful! I love your efficient, uncluttered space. And if it’s always this neat and organized, I’m sure you have no trouble immediately finding the exact bead, tool, etc. you need!
A very inviting space. Thanks for showing such a lovely, well-planned example of creating a jewelry studio in a smaller area!
by: Jamie of GlasstasticTreasures
Moving storage items to the wall is a great space saver when square footage is low in your crafting room. I have a whole wall of shelves and I love it.
Thanks for your comments, I’m glad to share my little space. Unfortunately, it’s not always this neat, and I have 3 cats that think it is their space as well, so it can get a little cramped. Still, it seems to be working for me.