We head to Canberra, Australia to explore Wita's wonderful workspace.
It's colourful, and I decorated it all by myself, which makes it very personal.
Tell us about your space
It's an extra bedroom in my house. Not too big, I'm not very good with measurements, but It's probably around 3 metre sq. It's a room that we never use. So I decided to convert it into my personal space, where I can put and paste whatever I like in it. I need a room where I can feel inspired. I'm a freelance graphic designer, so this is also the place where I create my designs and illustrations. I mostly do Paper Crafts in here.
What have you done to make your space cosy, beautiful or inspiring?
I put an old (but very comfy) sofa on one side. This is supposed to be where I take a break and have my tea or coffee. But usually I end up having my tea or coffee in front of my computer anyway. I also have a huge pinboard on the side of my desk. It's my vision board, where I pin images that inspire me.
How do you keep organized?
I sell stationery online, so my supplies are mostly cello packaging, envelopes, promotional materials and the products. I have different boxes in my wardrobe for: packaging, promo materials, tools, and products. That way, when I need cello bags in certain size, I just need to take out the "Cello Plastic Bags" box.
Any tips & tricks for organising supplies?
I prefer open shelving systems so I can see what I have at hand.
Which are your favourite possessions and are there any of your own creations on display?
My favourite possessions will be my collection of vinyl toys. I have been collecting vinyl toys since I was 18. I have A LOT of them, the ones you see in the pictures are not even half of my whole collection. Some of them were given by dear friends. I love each and every one of my vinyl toys.
If you've been following my blog, you might be able to spot a few DIY or printable items that I have done.
How do you organise your inspiration and ideas?
On the big pinboard, and on pinterest.
Where do you look for inspiration?
Pinterest, magazines like Uppercase, Inside Out and Monocle, blogs, craft websites
If you had three wishes, what would you do to make it the dream space?
It's already pretty much my dream workspace, but maybe:
1. bigger with more compartments to organise my supplies
2. has a coffee machine
3. has a cool laser printer
Whose craft room would you love to explore? Send us a message!