Are you looking for an easy way to store and organise your craft supplies? You’re in luck! We’ve rounded up the best ways to keep all of your materials organised, accessible, and out of sight. Plus tips on how to store each type of craft supply so they stay clean, dry, and ready for use whenever you need them.
Metal shelving is a great way to store and organise your craft supplies. It’s easy to install, durable and can be used in a variety of settings.
If you have a lot of space for storage, metal shelving can be installed to create a wall of storage. This is especially useful if you have limited floor space but plenty of vertical room. Metal shelving is available in many different sizes, shapes and finishes so it’s easy to find one that fits the look of your home office or craft space.
The hanging hooks on a pegboard make it an excellent choice for storing craft supplies. The hooks can hold everything from miscellaneous items like bobbins and safety pins to tools like hammers and screwdrivers. Using a pegboard to store all of your craft supplies in one place makes it easy to find what you need when you need it.
The versatility of a pegboard extends to the types of materials you can use to make one. Many people choose solid wood options because they’re sturdy and look nice, but there are also lightweight boards made of fibreglass that are designed to be portable. A pegboard made with either option will be strong enough to hold heavy tools, which makes them great for workshop use.
Wooden shelves are a great choice for storing your craft supplies, especially if you’re looking to make your storage space decorative or have a specific colour scheme in mind. Wooden shelves can be found in many different sizes and shapes, so anyone with a room in their house that they want to dedicate to crafts should be able to find something that suits them.
If you want to buy ready-made wooden shelves, they can be found at most hardware stores and home improvement stores. If you want something more unique but still reasonably priced, consider building your own or shopping for floating shelves!
An old drawer unit
If you have an old wooden drawer unit, you can use that to store your craft supplies. You can create dividers for the drawers so that they are separate compartments for each of your craft materials.
To make it more attractive, add a pretty pattern on the front of each drawer with paint or stickers and then fill them up with all sorts of things like fabric pieces or beads!
Ikea magazine holders
Ikea magazine holders are incredibly useful and inexpensive. They can be used to store craft supplies, as well as other items such as mail, toys, or CDs. These are easy to install and come in a variety of sizes depending on how much space you have available. They’re also easily cleaned—just wipe them down with a damp cloth! You can purchase these online or at your local Ikea store (which is always a fun trip).
Floating magnet board with tins
You can also use a magnetic board to store small items. Add some tins to the board so it doesn’t look too cluttered, and then move the tins around in a way that makes sense for you. The tins are great because they’re not only useful for storing things, but they can also serve as decorative accents on your storage area!
Hanging baskets on hooks
Hanging baskets can be used to hold all manner of craft supplies, from yarn to scrapbooking paper to paintbrushes. They’re especially useful for storing craft materials that you don’t use often but would rather not throw out, such as extra beads and ribbons. Hanging baskets are also great for storing small items like buttons and elastic bands that tend to roll around in drawers. Simply hang from wall mounted oak beams or under an appropriate shelf and you’re done!
A hanging basket should be sturdy enough to hold a few pounds of supplies without tipping over or breaking down under the weight — look for one made with durable materials including metal or plastic mesh (rather than cloth). You may need a hook that can accommodate the size of your hanging basket; try taping a piece of cardboard around your basket before purchasing it so you know what kind of hooks will fit best on your wall!
Now you know how to store your craft supplies in style, with the help of some simple DIYs. Whether you prefer a pegboard or hanging baskets on hooks, we hope that you’ve found some inspiration for making your creative space more functional and organised.