It’s here. My Craft Room Makeover Reveal.
If you have been following along the past few weeks then you know that I have been taking part in the One Room Challenge through Linda’s blog Calling it Home. The idea is for bloggers to try to makeover one room in their home in six weeks. Well, in five weeks actually because the first week is to share your “before” and the last, or sixth, week is to share your “after”
Did you get a chance to see my horrendously messy and disorganized and non-functional BEFORE?
Five weeks! To make over that space?!?!
And I actually made it. It is really done. I can hardly believe it myself.
I had my doubts.
But then come week 4 and I started to panic. I only managed to paint the room, and I realized what a big list I had ahead of me. Once the walls were dry, I got to hang up my ‘oh happy day’ faux metal lettering, and then finished up and hung my Emily yellow drapery.
I was still worried… there were a lot of little touches to finish.
But… I did it! Really!
Enough talk, want to check out the finished space?!? Today is all about the pictures… right at the end I will share my sources and links to the related DIY posts for this makeover.
Without further ado… here is the craft room makeover reveal:
Well, I love it!
What do you think?!?
Would working in this space get your creative juices flowing??
See a few ideas that you might want to try for yourself?
Source and Project List:
Work Table: is made from two 9-cube units backed with beadboard for additional support and a large flat work table placed on top – all painted out in cloud white
Stools – the blue stools are old kitchen stools that I spray painted in a light aqua-turquoise. I shared the DIY on the coral/pink stools here.
Gift Wrap Station – I shared more about this here.
Storage Dresser with Hutch makeover shared here.
Sewing Desk Makeover here.
Mint chair at sewing desk- tutorial here.
Pegboard behind sewing desk – tutorial coming soon.
Aqua rolling cart – from Ikea
Aqua storage/decorate cube above the rolling cart – from Home Sense.
Berry containers- Real Canadian Superstore.
Giant chalkboard made from an old thrift storage oil painting –tutorial here.
Cabinet below chalkboard/lettering – made over from an old kitchen upper cabinet (no tutorial- old project!)
Lamp bases -thrift store find that I spray painted white
Lamp Shades – tutorial coming soon for how I made these using I Love This Lamp Shades! Made using this fabric from Online Fabric Store. (If you can’t tell- this fabric was the inspiration for the whole room)
Vintage Style Light Fixture- from our local Home Hardware store
Did I miss anything that you are wondering about? Leave me a comment- I will be happy to let you know where I found it!