Craft Room Tours
Explore the craft rooms, studios & kitchens of crafters to see where they work and how they organise their supplies
Come behind the scenes at Sleepy Eyes Knits for a #CraftRoomTour and see Gina's blue room in Londonderry, New Hampshire.
My favorite thing about my lovely craft space is how light and bright the room is and how every splendid item in the room makes me smile :)
Come on a #CraftRoomTour at City of Creative Dreams and see Shanice's office in Toronto, Canada.
My favourite thing about this space is how I designed the space to fit my lifestyle and needs.
Come behind the scenes at My Creative Cottage for a #CraftRoomTour and see Sarita's craft space.
Everything has a story behind it. From the 8 ft. long ceramic top counter that I purchased for $50 when a stamping store went out of business to my great grandmother's wash stand and antique table. There is a lot of history embedded in my space.
Come over to GM_Creations for a #CraftRoomTour and see Gitanjali's craft room in Bhubaneswar, India.
I love to see all my craft materials in organised manner.
Come behind the scenes at Linen and Fred for a #CraftRoomTour and see Emma's studio.
I love that its just mine! I have enough space to work yet it is cosy and private.
Come behind the scenes at Copic In The Craft Room for a #CraftRoomTour and see Michelle's Office.
My favorite thing is the light in my filming area and my desk with built ins in the office.
Come behind the scenes at MGranade for a #CraftRoomTour and see Misty's studio in Madison.
All of the color is my favorite thing about this space. It's sorta dizzying in here but it energizes me. I see a lot of studio space that is all white and I get the reasons for having an all white space but that's just not who I am. My 2018 100 Day Project was using pink and yellow. I had never really connected with those colors in my art before the project. As I embraced those colors for the 100 days, I started adding a lot of pink to my space.
The other thing I really love about this space is it's where I go to make art and daydream. It's where I feel very strongly who I am at the deepest part of myself. It's definitely my happy place.
Come behind the scenes at Junkflirt for a #KitchenTour and see Shannon's kitchen in Fargo, North Dakota.
Years of collecting vintage decor all coming together, I love the Hoosier style cabinet which was a $25 garage sale find!
Come behind the scenes at The Colors Of Indian Cooking for a #KitchenTour and see Kathy's kitchen in LA.
(Photography by Alan Berger)
I love the fact that my kitchen is ultra functional. This is a working kitchen, it's clean and modern and it opens out to a view of my garden while I'm working at the stove.
Come behind the scenes at Sweetness & Bite for a #KitchenTour and see Natalie's kitchen in Tauranga, New Zealand.
My favourite thing definitely has to be a toss-up between the bench and my cake decorating pantry. The bench is pretty huge - 1.4m wide and 2.8m long (about 4.6ft x 9.1ft), so there is plenty of room to spread out when we’re working in the kitchen. The cake pantry is a cake decorator’s dream, with everything neatly arranged and easy to access. I am not a naturally tidy baker or cake decorator, so having everything handy and organised right behind the bench makes it much easier for me to tidy as I go. It took me a few weeks to figure out the best way to store everything and to purchase a bunch of plastic drawers and dividers, but now everything is easy to find and easy to pack away when I’m done working. We also have an instant boiling water tap that I’m grateful for every morning when I don’t have to wait for an electric kettle to boil to make a cup of tea. This girl needs tea ASAP when she wakes up!