Yesterday, I showed you that I moved the craft stuff out of the family fun zone to the other side of the basement. And here it is...the other side of the basement.
I like the cozy space on this side, but the problem is that the water softener and electrical stuff were totally exposed. One trip to IKEA solved that. I bought an Akerkulla shower curtain to hide the softener, and an Akerkulla curtain panel to hide electrical. I guess that's one of the benefits of the drop ceiling: I can "drop" things from it!
And when you consider that my work table surface is about eighteen inches deep, then you can see why I need that Raskog. I seriously need a new craft table, but in the meantime I am using this folding banquet table and calling it good enough.
My dream space would have a wall of pegboard, where I can sort and hang some items and get them off the table.
This is the cleanest it's been in months! I have a problem with keeping all flat surfaces uncluttered in my house, and my craft table is no exception!
The lighting on this side of the basement is not optimal, but I hope to fix that in the future with an Ott lite.
If you sit at my craft table and turn around, you can see the wall of the stairwell. This wall divides the family fun zone and the craft zone, and keeps the clutter hidden.
I'm just happy that I have a place for everything, and everything in its place. No built ins or closets, like my last craft room, but it functions just fine.
Hmm...that table is way too clean. Time to get crafty!