I spent much of today reorganizing my stamping space to make it more functional. I have a 600 sq foot space that is part stamping area, playroom and office. My husband and I are slowly doing all of the renovations on our basement ourselves. We are finishing the lighting and drop ceiling in the near future.
I was working on an old antique table that was becoming to crowded, so up into the crawl space it went and I took out my two folding tables. One is 6' and the other 8'. I now have a dedicated cutting station and stamping area.
The bars on the wall are from IKEA and work wonderfully. Most of my cabinets are the Target $23 version. The hanging file folder cart is from Costco and it holds my neutrals and In Colors. The file cabinet houses my 4 color families, two in each drawer. I want to get another one but got the last one from Target yesterday.
Date: Monday, September 3, 2007 GMT Views: 2823
Registered: March 29, 2008 Location: Hutchinson, Kansas Posts: 213
Thu, Sep 18, 2008 @ 5:58 PM
I like your space.
I just got my own space going this month as well. All My SU stuff had taken over our 3,000 square foot home, it was every where. I have now taken over the one room in our basement that is unfinished.
We added on an addition a couple of years ago so the upstairs part is a new bedroom up stairs, and the down stairs part has an escape window and everything, but we have just painted the concrete white and gray on the floor and my husband built in custom shelves all the way across 1 14 foot wall. I have my over 200 stamp sets stored in cabnets like your bigger ones!
I want the ikea racks but it said it was going to be $22 to ship???? Were yours that much????
It feels so good to have all my stuff put away!
Now I can do a project and have it all put away in minutes, love, love, love it!
Enjoy your space, and thanks for sharing!!!!!
------------------------------ Heather Schlatter http://heathersheavinlystampations.blogspot.com
SU Demo - Kansas Scrapbooker and Stampin Addict
Mommy to Piper 6, Willow 4, and Tucker 1yr Wife, and RN on Labor and Delivery now and then.