Ikea hack: How to create a mobile pegboard storage unit from the Raskog cart and Skadis pegboard
Over the past two years or so my sewing room has turned into a bit of a mess. I am not a very tidy person by nature and the mess started to annoy even me. Now that I am using my room again on a muc…
How to Install Under Shelf Lighting - Easy & Cheap - Jennifer Maker
How to easily and inexpensively install under shelf lighting for extra storage and illumination anywhere you need it in your home! Step-by-step tutorial.
Crafter Ali Phillips Invites us Inside her Workspace - Cosy Blog
The chemistry’s just got to be right when sorting out the perfect studio space. Ali Phillips experimented with design and practicalities...
The Crafty Closet Resolution
Resolution #2.. Ahem, more than a few days late. …. Resolution #3 Stop doing that. But back to #2. I am a Black Friday shopper. The few years I spent working in retail in college taught me …
DIY Sliding Quilt Design Wall - Freemotion by the River
Do It Yourself Quilt Design Wall was easy to build by Builder Bob and here are the directions to make your own sliding quilt design wall.
Cutting table (extra large) with lots of practical storage - IKEA Hackers
I'm so excited to share with you my new sewing room cutting table. I needed it simple, easy, practical and multi-purpose. Large top with lots of storage!
DIY Craft Room Table With Ikea Furniture Under Budget
If you want to have a large and tall table on which to spread out and make stuff, then this DIY Craft Room Table With Ikea Furniture is a perfect option.
ALEX work table with flat files - IKEA Hackers
Materials: 2 VIKA ALEX storage units ($50 each): 601.928.26; 1 ALEX flatfile drawer unit ($120): 401.962.41; 1 tabletop (I used VIKA BLECKET because of the sweet lightbox inlay – $100): 201.036.05; 2 sets CAPITA brackets ($15 each, $30 total): 400.511.96; 1 RATIONELL shelf (30×24, set of 2 for $16): 245.785.10 Description: We finished a basement […]
Workspace Day Dreams
The studio space we used for last weekends workshops got me day dreaming about a true workspace of me own. Not necessarily a full out artists studio but at least a dedicated room in my home where I could shut out daily distractions. Right now my dining nook doubles as my office which means two things: the first, I'm constantly shoving over files and fabric swatches to eat meals and the second, I know I'm not as productive as I could be. Unfortunately I can't magic a second bedroom into…