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Can you hear the crowd going wild?!?! Or is that just me? 😉
A craft room was a MUST when we were house hunting. I always planned on using one of the bedrooms as my craft room/office/sewing room. How nice to be able to leave your project as it is and just close the door 🙂 This should stop the cat from sleeping on my projects, providing of course that I remember to shut the door! Keep reading to see the craft room design!
When we first moved into the house this was just an empty CLEAN room. Then It became the room where all of the left-overs went while I figured out what to do with them, Here is what it looked like after about 8 months in the house
We combined 2 households when we moved here, so I have a few left-over pieces of furniture that I plan on using in this room. I have gotten rid of a LOT of stuff, but I’m glad that I hung onto a few pieces that will be the foundation for my craft room
Here they are
Kitchen Table – My new layout table
Kitchen chairs – they can stay
Manicure table – My new sewing table
More bookcases from the living room (I don’t like them here)
Zebra pics from iKEA
Cutting edge stencils is sponsoring us for this round of the $100 Room Challenge. Click on the link above to go shopping!!!! They have provided the stencils to us for free, but for the purpose of the challenge, we are counting the cost of the stencil in our $100 Budget. I chose the Vision all-over stencil. I have been wanting to use this stencil for a long time.
The Master Plan
My plan is to pull off this craft room design with mostly paint and fabric, and the pieces that I already have. I’m using a colour palette of Grey, white, black, silver and HOT PINK!!!!
- Paint large billy bookcase white
- Paint manicure table
- Stencil backs of bookcases
- Re-cover ‘kitchen chairs’
- Add new photos to zebra pictures
- Make storage boxes for shelves
- Cover accent pillows
- Add a lamp if I can find one cheap enough 🙂
- Add an accent stencil to the wall
- Add some decor pieces
A word of warning, I will be exercising my option to US exchange 🙂 We Canadians generally do US exchange, since our dollar just doesn’t go as far as the American dollar. If you have ever come shopping in Canada, you will know that our prices are generally higher! I’ll be using a flat rate of 70 cents on the dollar for my craft room design, so I will top out at $130.
Here is my colour inspiration
source: home bunch
Here is my craft room design board
I need to get to work, so please check back next week to see how much I get done.
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