Come behind the scenes at Willow & Clementine for a #CraftRoomTour and see Lydia's craft room.

I love how colorful the walls are and how adding pictures or wall art gives me inspiration.

Tell us about your space

My craft space is also my bedroom and my school work space. I keep all my supplies stored in beautiful art boxes, storage bins, or drawers so it's all organized and doesn't make the room messy. The room is medium sized, not big or too small but just big enough that I have two desks - one for work and the other for my crafts. I decorate my walls with art pieces, postcards, and pictures to give me inspiration and change my walls once in awhile depending on the season or if I'm doing a big cleaning/reorganization in my room.

What have you done to make your space cosy, beautiful or inspiring?

I decorated my room with art work, postcards, little trinkets, and lots of pillows. I love the ornaments I place on my bookshelf or drawers because they're all unique and makes me remember back on memories of when I got them.

How do you keep organized?

I store my supplies in bins, boxes and keep it in my closet. So actually my closet is half clothes and half craft supplies.

Any tips & tricks for organising supplies?

Store supplies in pretty storage bins that you can find at any big name craft store. They are pretty on the outside and hides all the messiness away yet can be displayed in public and still make everything look beautiful.

Which are your favourite possessions and are there any of your own creations on display?

My favorite is the geometric canvas wall art because I love geometric pieces and the colors pastel pink, black, and white and love the minimalism it comes with it.

How do you organise your inspiration and ideas?

I get most of my inspiration from social media so I screenshot it or save it (like Instagram). For physical inspiration I get hang it on my wall so when I look up at the wall, the pictures give me ideas of what to create.

Where do you look for inspiration?

I look for Instagram, random pictures I took during my daily activities, magazines - basically anything I see that sparks a project I save it and write it down so I don't forget.

If you had three wishes, what would you do to make it the dream space?

I would change all my furniture to white because it makes the space brighter since the wood colored furniture makes it hard for different colors to flow nicely throughout the room. I would also add more space so I would have more space to store projects that I have already made. Lastly, repaint my walls since they haven't been repainted in years and a lot of the paint peeled off due to tape.

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