Hello, hello! I was going to wait until Monday to do my craft room reveal. That was until I found this:
How could I NOT join in on this fun party? She asked that we get our posts out on the 11th so that meant two posts in one day. Whoaaa, that’s a lot of pics!
I wanted this room to showcase my love for vintage items and at the same time have a shabby chic feel.
My craft table is an old laundry table. Perfect space for creating. I found the cutest tan & black zebra chair at Hobby Lobby but it was too tall. So for now this chair is borrowed from my upstairs island.
I love these hooks! I want to make some little catch all bags to hang from them.
I pulled this rug from my upstairs laundry room. I thought it gave the room just the right amount of ‘pizazz’.
I found this rolling cart at a yard sale for $3. They had two. This one was less because of the damage on top. Hee-hee, little did they know that was what attracted me to it.
The sweet little lights are from Ikea.
The mustard colored barn doors are my favorite thing in the room.
I leave the doors open because I think that craft organizational items are so fun! I have a weakness for anything with numbers.
This old desk once belonged to my dad. He died when I was 9 months old so it holds a special place in my heart.
When I was snapping pics I noticed that my granddaughter had left a note.
This shelf holds my vintage camera collection and my lucky #7.
Mrs. Olson has to have a few ‘O’s. The rusted metal hubcap was a roadside find. What better place to showcase them than in old soda crates?
I haven’t had a chance to print pictures to hang from my laundry hook turned photo display.
The thread holder was a $5 flea find.
I painted this little cabinet and added the numbers. The drawers will be handy for those ‘little’ things. I also painted the three wooden bowls mustard. Great to hold items when working on a project.
I Modge Podged book pages onto the frame I had made for this large ‘O’. Which really is the number 0 from a gas station. At first I tried to clean off the greasy handprints that the attendants left. Then I realized that’s what gave it character.
I made these sheer mustard curtains. I loved how the fabric matched the barn doors to a tee.
So far the only thing I’ve had time to create in this room is to stamp the word, ‘ribbon’ on this banner.
Can’t wait to do more!
I will also be sharing with these lovely parties: