My craft nook
Crafting is in my blood. Since I was little I have been coloring, painting, sewing, knitting and what not.
While raising children it was not always easy to continue to do my crafts, but somehow I have always been able to find time for sewing and knitting during those years.
Now my little ones have grown up, and start to have little ones of their own.
This window dormer is a space that does not really have a set function, so I decided to claim it and turn it into a craft nook. As you can see vintage crates were used to store all my craft supplies.
The crates added a nice vintage feel to the place, and I had most of my craft supplies close at hand.
Here are a few of my projects, some finished, some in progress. The bakery and coffee stencils are from “Funky Junk Interiors“, just follow the link to order.
During the winter months, some plants are brought inside in the hope they survive till spring.
Vintage crates and tin cans, a great way to store and organize anything.
Then my co-worker needed to get rid of her antique closet. Originally it came from The Netherlands, so I knew it was meant to come to my house. It makes for a perfect addition in my craft nook.
You can maybe see, this cupboard used to be an armoire. The wooden door are absolutely beautiful, I love the glow and the colors of the wood.
The inside has room for almost all my craft supplies! I am so thrilled with this.
Beside there was enough room for another little cabinet, originally a sewing machine cupboard.
Some of these vintage crates made it onto the wall for some added display. And my Cricut machine has enough room and is easily accessible.
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