Updated Work Room
If you’ve been following along over on Instagram for a couple of years, you know I’ve had a few variations of attempted organization in my work room. In 2020, the only great thing I had going was the rainbow balloon wall and my shelves from Ikea. With the help of an organizer, I got a little head start and finally was on my way to a functional and organized space.
It’s been 2 years since then and there have definitely been updates and adjustments based off of how I work.
UPDATE #1 (work table):
The best update I did to this room was creating a custom work table. We DIYed it with 4 bookshelves from Target and plywood cut to fit the cutting mat I use. Aside from that, I got a rolling cart with drawers that houses all my supplies that I use on an every day basis. This cart keeps everything organized and off of my tabletop!
UPDATE #2 (Ikea Boaxel System)
The Boaxel system that was installed originally is GREAT! However, the way it was setup was NOT working.. I added more drawers and created an overstock balloon section and shipping station with all the products of our online store at easy reach.
UPDATE #3 (White Bins and Shelves)
This is an ever changing area because I constantly change out the materials in my crafting shelves. To keep consistency and a clean look, I made sure to keep all white bins with labels on the outside. The short utility bin dividers are very useful to store our patches.
UPDATE #4 (Balloon Wall)
The balloon wall didn’t really change except for the actual inventory in the clear jars. I increased the variety of colors, and reduced the sizing and type of balloons of each color.
Overall, the room works SOOOO GOOD! The most important thing is I always note what my natural work flow is and adapt as I go. If you’d like to see a more visual tour, there’s a video over on my Instagram.