Since this room is all mine and since it's a creative space, I wanted a fun, bright color scheme. I found the perfect bold, floral fabric with hues of teal, chartreuse, coral, saffron yellow, and orange and the room took shape around that. I'm in LOVE with this fabric!
- Craft table - The top is a 36" wide hollow core door from Lowe's. I used General Finishes Java Gel Stain to stain the door. This stain is fantastic. It doesn't drip, goes on easy & fast, and only took one coat. The base is a white cube shelf from Target and the opposite side is attached to wall brackets. The whole table cost under $75!
- Curtains - I made the curtains. They're a simple rectangle with a rod pocket. I gathered the corners and secured them using safety pins to give the look of a roman shade. I bought the fabric at Hobby Lobby. The designer is P. Kaufmann and the print is called Silsila.
- Lamp - The lamp was from Target and I recovered the shade with some scrap fabric I had on hand. I cut the fabric to size and mod podged it to the lamp shade. Tip: Create a finished "seam" by folding and ironing one end of the fabric before attaching it to the lamp shade.
- Stool - My dad bought this stool for my from an awesome local shop, Class and Trash.
- Chair - I bought a pair of these chairs from a local online buy/sell/trade site for $30 for the pair. They were originally black. I spray painted the chair with Valspar Moonlit Surf. The other chair is in our office and is painted a warm cream color.
- White shelves - I bought these from Walmart online for $65 for the pair. Before I attached the backs of the shelves, I attached some fabric I had on hand to the backs to add more color and pattern to the room. This can be switched out easily.
- Burlap wall prints - I made these. Check out my Etsy shop!
- Embroidery hoop wall art - I made these using some embroidery hoops from Hobby Lobby and fabric scraps I had on hand. This is a great, inexpensive way to add a pop of color and pattern to any room.
- Chalkboards - I bought the silver trays from Dollar Tree. I cut black contact paper to fit the center of the trays. Black contact paper works as a chalkboard surface. I designed my text using Powerpoint and printed it on regular print paper. Then, I placed a piece of white transfer paper on my chalkboard and then placed the printout on top of the transfer paper and traced over the text. This leaves an outline of the text on the chalkboard. Finally, I used a chalk pen to fill in the text outline.
I hope you enjoyed my craft room! Feel free to comment with any questions and I'll be happy to answer them!