Storage Unit Turned Craft Room: 5 Ways To Keep Things Organized

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Storage Unit Turned Craft Room: 5 Ways To Keep Things Organized

13 September 2015
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Many people think about a self-storage unit as only being for storing things that you don't need right now or that you don't have room for you in your home. However, the unit can actually be converted into a craft room for those who enjoy arts and crafts. Even in a storage facility, though, you need to be organized. So, if you're thinking about taking your craft room out of your home, you will want to consider using these organization tactics to keep your new storage craft room nice and tidy:

1. Use Clothes Pins on Your Embroidery Thread

Embroidery floss can be quite the nightmare after you open it, but it doesn't have to. In fact, all you need are some clothes pins, which are likely in your laundry room, to minimize the headache. The renegade pieces of floss can be wrapped around the clothes pins, which will help keep everything intact.

2. Use Magazine Holders for Your Scrapbooking Paper.

If you truly enjoying scrapbooking, then you are going to have dozens on top of dozens of different colors and patterns of paper. Instead of having all of these in a pile, consider using magazine holders to sort them by style or color. The magazine holders will keep the papers tidy and safe while still ensuring that they are easy to access when needed.

3. Use Paper Towel Holders for Your Ribbon.

Ribbon is an excellent thing to have on hand if you love arts and crafts. It can be used for just about anything to help spruce up the appearance of a craft. However, it can be a dreadful to keep organized. Luckily, that all can be solved with a paper towel holder, which you can stack your ribbon on in order to keep in place without rolling all over your desk or the storage unit.

4. Use Wine Racks and Skinny Cups to Organize Your Writing Utensils.

As a crafting person, you likely have a ton of markers, pens and colored pencils. Unfortunately, with so many of them, a standard pencil or pen holder isn't going to do the trick. However, you can use an old wine rack to store them. You'll need some tall and skinny containers or cups that you can store the writing utensils in and then tuck away into each slot on the wine rack.

5. Use Spice Containers for Small Knick Knacks.

Every crafter, especially a seamstress, has small pieces of decorations, buttons, etc. lying around for projects. These items can be a real pain keeping up with since they are so tiny. However, spice containers from your kitchen can help you keep them organized. You can sort them by size, color or type – whatever makes it easiest for you.

With these five organization strategies, you should be well on your way to being prepared to organize your craft room. Call a local self-storage facility like Epic Group Inc in your area to get prices on different sizes of units and start converting it into your very own organized craft room. 

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