If one of your many arts and crafts projects involves stamps or printing equipment, then you are probably frustrated with their lack of storage space and options. However, using gutter is a great organization idea! The equipment fits right into the gutter and the lip keeps things from falling out.
I love using apothecary jars in my art studio because not only does it organize things, but they also look great! You can store paper, pens, paint brushes, or really anything else you want to in them.
When it comes to technology-based art like photography, you can easily find yourself swimming in cords and wires for all your gear. Keep things organized by using toilet paper rolls as a way to keep all the cords neat and ordered.
If you’re crammed on space but just HAVE to have an art studio, then try an art studio in a box! Well, it’s not really a box, but you can convert a wardrobe into an awesome pull out art studio. You can hang supplies on the inside of the doors and then have a pull out desk for sewing and other things.
Using tape in my crafts is one of the most frustrating things that I deal with. Tape dispensers are nice, but they’re so big and bulky. But, I found a great solution! Make a multi tape dispenser that has all your most popular tapes in one spot without ever losing them or hassling with their containers. Great!
Storing fabric can be a hassle: either because it is bulky or it gets all tangled up and messy. A great way to organize fabric is by using hangers and hanging them in your closet. You can get tiered hangers that store even more fabric.