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I love researching for inspiration on craft-rooms, I think you can all tell by the Part 1 and Part 2, but I just can't help it.

I there such thing as too much inspiration when it comes to creative spaces? Oh, of course, not!

So let's make another round of awesome craft spaces and storage solutions, shall we?



There's something so magical about rainbows, and that is what I love the most when I see rainbow organized craft spaces, they just make us happy!

Check out the rest of this office by Jennifer at her blog, The craft patch.


Christina's office is so lovely, she turned a relatively small space into a dream of an office/sewing room! And let's talk about that pegboard! it's just so awesome!

Check out the full reveal at her blog The DIY Mommy.




One thing that I can have enough are paper flowers, so this craft room was one of the most inspiring for me, I love the turquoise pops along with the pink, so pretty!

You can see the full reveal of this lovely space by Ann Marie at her blog White house black shutters.



This office is so different but so lovely! I love the minimal modern look of the furniture and the use of the oversized pegboard!

Read more about this office renovation at Fabric Paper Glue.

[Beautiful office by Fabric Paper Glue]



How are we not supposed to drool over the fabric storage from Linda at Craftaholics Anonymous, the colorful details, and the giant chalkboard!

Check out the full reveal in her blog.


[Organized craft office by Craftaholics Anonymous]



How fun and bright is the studio of Debee from Inspire Lovely?

I love all the details she spread around her room, for the full reveal visit her blog here.

[craft room by Inspire Lovely]

And now that we have seen some amazing spaces all put together, let's check some inspiring storage ideas!




[Paint organization tutorial by Sugar bee crafts]

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Simple bookshelf, but it doesn't have to be just for books. I can totally see this in my room holding some cute color fabrics. And I think the reason I love this image so much is the combination of hot pink and turquoise, I just love those colors together especially in a white color room.

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On the left there is an example of a super easy DIY ladder bookshelf, I want to make one so bad, thank Anna White for project plans, so awesome. Another super cute idea is to use crates and paint them before setting them on the wall, doesn't it look gorgeous?

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I love calendars, and these two options are on the top of my list, in the second part of the craft rooms inspiration I shared with you all I showed you some other calendars I really like, but I had to include this one on this post.

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Simple black and white, I don't think you can ever go wrong with keeping it simple. I love how light that room looks with the big windows =]



Oversize letters? count me IN! Actually, that image was my inspiration for the create wall art tutorial I made, even though I went smaller, I love having this inspiring word around me as a reminder that I should keep creating =]

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Color furniture, I love how sometimes painting furniture can give so much life to a room, but the above right image is an example that sometimes all you need is adding some details or color backs to bring life energy to a white piece of furniture.


Color, color and please so more colors! Even though usually when you design and plan for space you set colors,  every time I look at images like these ones above,  I want to throw all possible colors in my craft room and enjoy the rainbow =] hehe.


Let's talk closet space, I love this idea of setting a craft closet with everything organized and easy to access.



Pink details, chevron pattern and amazing chairs -LOVE! I so wish I had one of those chairs, they are so pretty! but since I can't have them they are my inspiration for my next refurnish.

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I love painted desk and this two are perfect examples of lovely details there, the right one with chevron is just lovely and the letters on the left are such a nice and simple way to add character to a plain desk.


That's it for this part of lovely spaces and hopefully, this gorgeous images will inspire more people just like they inspire me =]

Have a sunny and fun weekend! I will announce the winner of the “Never Forget your dreams” posters on Monday (thank my hosting problems for that)

So you all still have the weekend to enter =] See you Monday!




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Joy Kelley is a Chilean Designer & lettering Artist. Mom to 3 little boys. Crafter. Pattern lover. Color obsessed. Lemon pie dependent. And the hand behind the HowJoyful Studio & HowJoyful Shop. Read more about her & the blog here →

6 replies
  1. Tammy
    Tammy says:

    Thanks for posting this. There are so many things I love about these rooms. Sometimes it seems like my crafting is spread out all over the house. Maybe someday I’ll put together my own room. This has given me a lot of good ideas!

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