+Linda Gardner
Holiday Card template titled
DIY Watercolor Placecards
give-thanks-printable-4
washi tape turkey
deer-pillow3
fall table setting

Craft Room TOUR with Bright Forest

Happy Friday, Crafters! Today Cassi is going to give us a tour of her fabulous craft room! enjoy! -Linda

Craft Room

craft room
Cassi from Bright forest
Hello, my name is Cassi. I’m from the bog Bright Forest, which is a lifestyle blog featuring, crafts, DIY and some marriage tips. My blog actually has two writers. If you stop by in Thursdays you can see my husbands posts and every now and then you will see a his side/her side post. We are so excited to be featured on Craftaholics Anonymous. I can’t begin to tell you how proud I am of how this space turned out.

We started with a blank slate in our unfinished basement. Once Steve finished the basics (floors, walls, etc.) I got to design. I wanted to make sure that I had enough work space for paper crafts and sewing. And another area for random crafts and our daughter’s science projects.

 

Cassi - Restoring the Bright Forest Craft Room Tour on Craftaholics Anonymous

Steve started the room by building an 11 foot long craft table that balances on three metal file cabinets. We got the file cabinets at thrift stores. Steve used prefab white board and trim to finish the table. The left side cabinets contain all my small sewing needs and the ride side holds some scrapbooking supplies. The center cabinet is our daughter’s for all her craft needs.

Cassi - Restoring the Bright Forest Craft Room Tour on Craftaholics Anonymous

We got the hutch on Craigslist for a steal. Steve and I then painted it white. I love how it shows off all the colors of the fabric. The bottom holds baskets with fabric scraps and patterns. The center table is the dining room table from my first apartment.

Cassi - Restoring the Bright Forest Craft Room Tour on Craftaholics Anonymous

Finally for the decor, I wanted to have a neutral base with lots of colorful accents. So we painted shelves in rainbow colors. Our plan is to add multicolor wood chairs to the room. Right now they are painted white.

Cassi - Restoring the Bright Forest Craft Room Tour on Craftaholics Anonymous

Hung from the ceiling is a collection of vintage hankies. Some of them belonged to my Great Grandmother. The last item we added was a large map on one wall to showcase where we’ve been. Another wall (not shown) is half chalk board. Our daughter and her friends love it. And that finishes out my room.

Cassi - Restoring the Bright Forest Craft Room Tour on Craftaholics Anonymous

Love the buntings and the cozy feel of this great craft room. Thanks for showing off your craft room, Cassi! Be sure to stop by her blog, Bright Forest and say hi. Want to see other Craft Room Tours?

>>>Do you have a craft room you’d like to show off? Email a photo or link to info{at}CraftaholicsAnonymous{dot}net

happy crafting,

Linda

PS don’t forget to enter this great giveaway!

Silhouette CAMEO giveaway

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Email
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • StumbleUpon
  • Google Plus
About Linda@CraftaholicsAnonymous

Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

Join The Conversation!

Your email address will not be published.

*

Comments

  1. 1
    Beverly says:

    Wow! This is fantastic! Great room!

  2. 2

    I love this room!!! I need to do some major moving and shaking in mine but must wait until the winter months to go at it. Have to much harvesting and putting away and winter preparations to attempt it now. My big problem is i’m a fabric hoarder and have to move a mountain to find the right tote for the job i’m doing. I’m researching my options! You are an inspiration!

  3. 3
    Mindy says:

    That’s great natural light for a basement!!

  4. 4
    Pamela says:

    Wow! You did a fantastic job, the transformation is amazing!
    LOVE that light blue chair!

    Thanks for sharing! Love getting inspiration from others craft rooms!

  5. 5
    donna giblin says:

    Oh I have one…but not about to show it off…..it looks awful :-( But over the winter I plan to repaint, getting new bedding for the daybed that’s in there and reorganize. Absolutely love this one!!

  6. 6
    cassi says:

    Thank you so much for the feature today.

  7. 7
    Linda Reed says:

    What a beautiful room to create in! Thanks so much for sharing :)

  8. 8
    amy b. says:

    love this room!!!! it is so bight & cheery!!!!

  9. 9
    julie says:

    What a great craft studio and I just love your hanging vintage hankies. Thanks for sharing.

  10. 10
    Dorothy Vining says:

    I love your room.you have pace for all your hobbies and your families as well. Wih I could in and her prize itch my daughter.

  11. 11
    Bella says:

    So glad I came across your blog. Love the transformation!

  12. 12

    what a fun and inspiring room to craft in!

  13. 13
    Rachael says:

    Cute room!

  14. 14
    Renea says:

    I live in Texas where basements are scarce. I recently visited my husbands family in Nebraska. Their basement was half bedroom, half play room. It totally rocked! If we had a basement, I would TOTALLY claim it as my scrapbooking studio!

  15. 15
    Anielys says:

    Merci pour tous ces jolis partages !! Bonne soirée

  16. 16
    claire says:

    Hi! The turquoise chair in this kitchen-i have a whole set in the original dark dull finish. Ive been wondering how tool liven it up. Can you tell me how you did that? Thanks!!