In short, it was a mess. I can't believe I'm sharing these photos with you... but we're friends. And this was my real life. And shame can be a good motivator.
Uh yeah. Not a whole lot of creativity going on in there when it looks like this!
This room is our smallest bedroom and will (someday) become a nursery. So...I didn't want to do anything too permanent because this isn't a forever room, but it seemed crazy to keep things temporary since babies are year(s) away.
We have other house projects that are ahead of this one on the gets-money-list, so this is what we could do for free. I'm pretty proud of it!
The second shelf of the bookcase will eventually store fabric like this, but I don't have the materials to do so yet. I usually hate mirrored closet doors, but in this small room, they really add a lot of light and make the room feel larger (though it's doubtful I'll want to look at myself in the mirror during midnight feedings in a few years, so they probably aren't staying long-term!).
Much better, right?? My favorite part is the thread holder!
Sorry the pictures aren't great - mastering this new camera is taking a lot of time!!
I've got a system started for organizing my craft ideas, and now that I have a beautiful, organized craft room, hope to start sewing something soon!
What did you organize this weekend??
Linking up to Kojodesigns I Heart New Years Challenge!