Craft Room Tour :: After Makeover

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I can’t believe how transformed my scrap room feels after a little makeover! I am so pleased with how things turned out and feel so excited to get in this room and get work done each day. It’s amazing what a little reorganization and a bit of decluttering can do. Today, here and on my YouTube channel, I am sharing a full walkthrough video tour of my craft room post-makeover.

This “makeover” was really a freshening up of my space. I spent two days and cleared out some things that I no longer loved or needed then I took stock of what was left and reorganized all of it. I feel like this new organization makes better use of the space and my storage units and will work better for me in my day-to-day workflow.

Here are a few stills of the room now. (Full walkthrough video follows).

Craft room main view of two desks and storage units.
The main view into my craft room following the makeover.
Scrapbooking desk, ink pad storage, bookshelf, and rolling carts.
My scrapbooking desk, ink pad storage mounted on the wall, two IKEA Raskog rolling carts, and an IKEA bookshelf.
View of the photography station setup with softbox lights and tripod
My photography station using an IKEA kitchen island, tripod, camera, and softbox lights.
View of computer desk and photo printer setup.
Newly added computer workstation with laptop hook-up to monitor and large-format photo printer.
Large format photo printer setup and inspirational posters.
My photo printer setup includes a wall of inspirational quote illustrations taken from previous Get To Work Book planners.
Two IKEA Raskog rolling carts used for storing small craft items.
My two adorable IKEA Raskog carts that I LOVE! These are now setup to store most things from my desk and most of my scrapbooking supplies.

This space now feels fresh and open and welcoming. I am ready to do work in this craft room and can’t wait to get in here each day! The primary reason for this scrap room makeover is to better accommodate my new working situation, but I also just felt like it was time to freshen up my space and make some changes to my setup and organization systems that I’ve been wanting to do for a while. This is my fourth scrap room and organization is my jam, so I’ve learned a lot over the years about how I work, what types of organization works best for my workflow, and how I want things to look and function.

This video is a full, detailed walkthrough of my space after the makeover. This is the final video in this three-part series. I decided to cover the “after makeover” in a single video, so it is quite long. Thank you in advance for sticking with it to check out the full room tour. You can view the other videos and learn more about my craft room makeover in this post: Craft Room Tour :: Before Makeover

Some reference links for items I mention in the video:

Please let me know if you have additional questions about anything! I’m more than happy to provide more information.

2 Responses

  1. Rebekah

    Hi! Thanks for the great video. You did a fabulous job with your craft room update. Thank you so much for sharing. I know it’s a lot of work but I appreciate the good storage ideas you shared! Can you tell me where you got the long, narrow clear acrylic bins that you have in your desk? I think you have die cuts & stuff stored in them. Thanks for your help & for being you ❤️

    • steph

      Hi Rebekah! Thank you so much for checking out the videos and for taking the time to share your thoughts! I appreciate it so much. The long clear bins I use to store labels and die cuts came from Target. I usually shop in the bathroom and kitchen sections for these types of containers. Hope that helps!

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