(Keep in mind that if you don't have a whole entire room dedicated for crafts, you can transform a coat closet into a space to keep craft supplies as well.)
Pegboards are amazing because you can customize your organizing space to your needs. You can hang up ribbon or twine, and have shelves to hold paints, yarn, anything that you want easily accessible. It also gives a fun, clean crisp to your room. Typically, because pegboards usually come in white, I recommend keeping the white color so that the colorful colors from your craft supplies will pop off of the background.
2) USE BIG, GLASS JARS
Using big glass jars can hold fabric scraps that you want to save or other small supplies, such as buttons or small paint bottles. It keeps the small supplies away so that they do not take up so much space and it keeps a clean look.
3) DIY TOWEL HOLDER TO WASHI TAPE HOLDER
•Old towel holder
•Rose gold paint
Apply your rose gold paint on an old towel holder that you do not use (take off the top screw of the towel holder). After you let the paint dry, you can put on your washi tapes on the towel holder, or duct tape as well. You can also customize the paint color to a different one if you want to keep a theme throughout the room.
4) FABRIC BIN
What I would do is buy some bins from the dollar store or Target. You can fold your bigger fabrics and color coordinate them in your bins. I recommend Target bins if you want to slip a label inside. Target wire bins typically have a cute label holder, whereas finding bins at the dollar store with spots to put in a label are more difficult to find.
You can also use a file holder and drape your fabrics over the files as well.
5) USE CLEAR CONTAINERS
Using clear containers will help you when it comes to seeing what you want to get access too, and will help minimize space as well and bring fun colors to the room.
I hope you guys enjoyed this room. One thing that I didn't add was a big table to do your space on as well. If you want to see a part two of what I recommend you buy for your craft space that I would personally use, make sure to share this post. Kisses to my neonators!