This is the view of my room when you first enter:
When I first got my own room for crafting, I bought that cute little desk from Ikea (LOVE the trestle legs with shelves on them). However, I soon discovered that if I wanted to stamp with more than one person, it wasn't quite going to do the job! I've added the plastic moulded table (with the mismatched chairs - must rectify that someday, when I venture back to Ikea!) so that I can run classes here. It works well with my regular groups.
Here is my much-loved Expedit bookcase, from Ikea of course:
I store all my Stampin' Up! A4 cardstock in plastic tubs on top of some cupboards (at the end of the table). Scraps are kept in a clear A5-sized pocket at the front of each hanging file.:
This is my new storage solution for Stampin' Up! ribbons. Works at the moment, but not sure what I'll do once I have full rolls of the satin ribbon in every colour, LOL.
Here's how I store my stampin' pads and ink refills (bless ebay):
My Stampin' Up! stamps are all kept in a separate bookcase (clearly I didn't tidy this up before taking the photo!). Other rubber stamps (that don't get shown much love these days) are kept in shallow drawers, sorted by category, in my built-in U-shaped unit.
One of my FAVOURITE features of my craft room is my punch storage; fabulous, cheap but sturdy, rails from Ikea. Below my punches is my 'cutting station' - paper cutters and Big Shot, with my Scor-Pal in the corner.
I store my Nestabilities (that don't get much love these days ... but, as a diehard papercrafter, I do love buying and hoarding supplies!) inside one of the double doors to my floor-to-ceiling cupboard:
To complete today's "tour", I'll show you my desk, where I sometimes sit just for the pleasure of looking out into the garden!
This room brings me so much pleasure; I hope it has made you smile, too.