Sometimes we get hung up on the "Bigger is Better" idea when it comes to craft rooms. Certainly there are benefits to a large room, especially when you do a lot of different things, sewing and quilting need a different type of space than does paper crafting, woodworking requires a huge place where you can be really messy.
However, if you're setting up a paper crafting space, I'm an advocate for the "Less is More" philosophy. My goal is to surround myself with supplies so I can reach just about anything I need just by rotating around in my chair.
This is my paper crafting space. It's about 7' x 7'.
I'm also a huge advocate of putting things on wheels. If you've got all of your Die Cutting supplies on a small cart, you can push it away when you're not using it, but easy pull it back when you need it.
Lastly, if you can avoid doors on your storage furniture, everything will be easier to get to AND you'll be less likely to "pile" things in and close the door.
Thanks for stopping by today. Please do leave a comment or question below. I'd love to see your room and hear what you LOVE and don't love about your workspace. Please do post to our FB Group or send me an email with pictures. Tiffany@Totally-Tiffany.com.