Keep in mind, I'm still "apartment-living" so I haven't painted or made any more permanent changes to the room.
Here's what you can see of my scrap room from the hallway:
And here's the best seat in the house, at my scrap tables. This picture is taken from the doorway. I have a separate station for my computer work, which you can just see on the right side of this photo:
These next four photos show the room from each corner, to give you an overview. After the overview photos, there are photos starting from the doorway and going clockwise around the room. First, the overview photos:
Primary Work Space
Photo taken from the doorway.
Photo taken from my primary work space:
Photo taken from the computer station. I like to have most of what I need within reach, so my primary storage for tools, paper, and embellishments is in the bookcases directly behind my chair:
The remaining photos were taken starting from the doorway and moving clockwise around the room.
Behind the door is my ribbon supply. I have wrapped my ribbon stash around an old crib-rail (hung with the rails horizontal):
Right next to the doorway I have a catch-all. This holds recent purchases, projects in progress, finished pages, new and read magazines, and products for giveaway/RAKs. Right above the catch-all is my bulletin board, which holds a calendar, coupons, notes, etc. Beside the catch-all is a paper tower which holds coordinating paper sets: Right next to the paper tower (on the floor) are canvases (both finished and in progress):
Next to the paper tower is storage for smaller albums, the Bind-it-All, foam stamps, silk and paper flowers, sewing supplies, the Xyron Design Runner, books, and magazines:
On the wall facing the doorway are my deep (15 3/8 in.) bookshelves. These bookshelves hold all of my 12x12 drawer units, photo storage case, 12x12 albums, 12x12 paper/cardstock and other materials, stamps, and Sizzix dies. The smaller drawers on top hold all of my chipboard alphabets:
The upper set of 12x12 plastic drawers hold sorted-by-color embellishments. The lower sets hold tools. In the middle are 12x12 paper holders for paper, cardstock, and acrylic stamps and CD case holders for paint, chipboard, journaling aids, and really mini-albums. The smaller drawers along the left side of the bookshelf hold projects-in-progress:
Next to the deep bookshelves are two cubes that hold my scraps and pens. on top of the cubes is a Sticker Stadium that holds most of my stickers and rubons. Under this end of the table are my supply carriers for crops: In the right hand corner of the room, on my scrap table is a corner shelving unit that holds baby wipes, inspiration pieces, and tools for the Big Kick. Two tables run along the right hand wall of the room. My sewing machine and Making Memories carousel sit on these tables:
My computer station includes my laptop with external monitor, wide format printer, Cricut, Wishblade, and scanner. Most of my electronic equipment sits inside what used to be the closest, I simply removed the doors:
If there is any specific supply you want to know how I have organized in my room, just drop me a comment!