Reorganizing your sewing room? I’ll show you how I turned a walk-in closet into a dream storage area.
One of the benefits of moving (yes, there really are some) is that you have an opportunity to rearrange your supplies.
A walk-in closet has so much potential when organized properly.
There was a lot of space available after cleaning out the just-moved-in “stuff.”
Here are Elfa closet drawers and railings, from The Container Store, ready for assembly. I've never assembled anything, however, I found assembling these closet drawers a snap!
I got lucky! It's a perfect fit! (Be sure to measure your area twice before going to the store. They were very helpful getting the right set up for my space.) You can change your configuration to meet any room size. Taller, shorter, wider, narrower--love that you can modify these and the top is very sturdy for storage.
These drawers hold a TON of stuff and were really simple to put together. You can configure them any way you want. Shallow drawers, medium drawers (shown) and even a deeper drawer I chose not to purchase. They come in a few different colors and a couple different widths. Change the height, width, whatever. I'm impressed.
These replaced several plastic drawers and are much sturdier! An added benefit? I can take the drawer completely out and take it to my sewing area (which will also come in handy when I want to vacuum under the bottom drawers).
Once I've "lived" with this awhile, and know it's where I want to keep everything, I'll create some labels.
These are my first but probably not my last. I think it was money well spent---especially since it can be changed if needed. Goodness knows I change my ideas of what I need and where.
In case you missed it, see how I now store my thread here.
How do you store your supplies?
Have a day blessed with perfect stitches…and GlitterFlex!!