Turn a cabinet into a ‘craft cabinet’ if you don’t have a craft room!
Do you have a craft room? I have an office area but not a craft room. When I do DIY projects and crafts, it’s nice to have it all in one convenient spot.
Since I seem to do the majority of my home decor projects on the main floor of my house, I decided to turn an unused cabinet into a craft cabinet! Now I can gather craft supplies conveniently.
Let me show you how I organized my craft cabinet.
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This wooden cabinet I’ve had for years and it was used as a TV cabinet but then I added a shelf in the middle and stained it to match the rest.
The problem I find is that the cabinet is very dark and it’s actually hard to see stuff that is in the back of it.
I thought painting it would be a great solution and since I didn’t want to paint the outside I just painted the inside to brighten it up.
I primed the inside of the cabinet with with one coat of my favourite primer then two coats of some leftover cream paint that we used to paint the interior walls of our house.
I have some fabric folded on the top shelf.
The bottom shelf has Mod Podge, a basket holding scrapbook paper sheets and some stencils.
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When the doors to the cabinet are closed, no one knows that my craft supplies are hidden inside.
So if you don’t have a craft room or you’d like to keep some gift bags and handy supplies close at hand, maybe you can turn a cabinet into your own craft cabinet.
Make sure to pin it for later!