Organize Your Art Station

organize your art station

Is your furniture constantly moving around your house, or are you the kind of person who finds the right place for something and it rarely moves?

organize your art stationMe, I’m a mover. My furniture may as well have wheels underneath it thanks to all moving it does.

And now I have one more excuse to rearrange my home…

My littlest is officially a toddler and I can finally get rid of the portable crib, rattles, baby carriers, and boxes upon boxes of baby clothes. It’s been bittersweet, but I’m happy to regain some space and  enjoy a less cluttered home because of it.

The process of designing and redesigning our creative spaces has been going on for some time now. As my children change, we’ve shifted things around to accomodate our current needs. The creative zone has moved all over the house in search of the best light or to be closer to the kitchen so that I can chat with my kids while washing dishes.

I’ve purged our cabinets and consolidated materials that came into my house quicker than I could classify them, but I’m starting to see the light.

If you’d like to take a peek at the various organizing iterations, here’s a look-see.

New Creative Studio Corner

Art Supply Organization

Organizing Art Supplies: Day One

Organizing Art Supplies: Day Two

Organizing Art Supplies: Pantry Labels

Art Table in the Living Room

Check back next time for a look at our new + improved self-serve art station.

Other Updates:

I’m working with Art.com, and they have a Pinterest page! Be sure to follow them for good home decorating ideas. And, hint hint, they have a big shopping spree giveaway coming up that you won’t want to miss.

I’m planning to send out monthly newsletters (No more than that…promise. And if I do, go ahead and drop me) with fun creativity ideas that you won’t want to miss.

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  1. Looking forward to the “after” pictures! I can use the inspiration and motivation to organize.

    On an unrelated topic – any good ideas for what to do with bottle caps? I did a search of your site and did not see anything specific.


    • I can’t wait to share the after pictures! I included them originally but it made for such a long article. And I’m sure that I’ll have a new version in another few months 🙂

      As for bottle caps — I don’t think we’ve done any projects with them specifically, but you could print with them or if you have a ton, turn them into a collage with white glue, or turn them into ornaments with hot glue, white glue, sequins, etc. Are you on Pinterest? I also found a bunch of ideas here: https://www.pinterest.com/search/?q=bottle+cap+art+kids and here: https://www.pinterest.com/search/?q=bottle+cap+art+

      • Thank you Rachelle! I will check them out.

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