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Enjoy a quick tour of my craft room:
I’m a kid at heart, so I love surrounding myself with my childhood toys, bright colors, and bits of Disney nostalgia.
My craft room is a repurposed bedroom. Rather than having doors on the closet, I have floor-length window curtains hanging from a curtain rod above the closet. I love the look, and it makes getting to my things quick and easy. If you’d like to try this look in a room in your home, you might want to check out the curtains available online and find ones that fit your own interior style.
Although the windows in my craft room are only small, they let in a surprising amount of light. That being said, it is nearly time for us to get them replaced as one of them has started to let in a draught. One of my friends has told me that if I do decide to get some replacement windows kansas city is home to a few different home improvement experts that can replace windows so I should have plenty of options. Watch this space.
A peek behind the curtain:
This bookshelf is possibly my favorite part of the room. I used spray adhesive to adhere a fun fabric to the back of a basic white bookcase I got at Target, and placed it between two cube storage units. The fabric bins hold my lesser-used supplies, and almost all of the fun items on the shelf are meaningful in some way. On the right, there’s a large white train case that holds journaling cards and labels. The case was originally my mother’s – she used it to hold all of her makeup and toiletries as a teenager in the ’60s.
Thanks for listening, everyone! If you have questions, feel free to email me at email@example.com.