Check out how one creative mama put together an awesome multipurpose space. It’s a homeschool room, playroom, and craft room in one! You’re definitely not going to want to miss it!
It’s that time of the year again! I’m sharing pictures of the studio.
Basically, it’s our creative space & learning place. Our homeschool room, playroom, and craft space and my little kids and I spend a ridiculous amount of time in here.
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Right now, I work from home, so when I’m working, this is of course where we’re all hanging out.
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My craft space is approximately half of the studio. I say approximately because it seems that two little kids are very quickly taking over. Lol…
This is my main workspace and where I make stuff. The white cabinet is full of sequins and other jewel-type embellisments.
The other organizers are of course paints and Copics. If you look closely, you can totally see all of my distress inks out too. I like having them where I can see them.
The white tray is full of miscellaneous embellishments. Basically lots of little bits and pieces that I’ve collected over the years.
The two embroidery floss organizers* are home to all of my wood veneers and, at least for the moment, the little guy’s beads are on top of them.
This is what my craft space looks like as a whole. The two wire shelves on either side of my main workspace are where I store most of my craft supplies.
The Iris cases on the baker’s rack are where I store all of my patterned paper, solid cardstock, and most of my kits & collections. The galvanized bins* are full of mini albums and chipboard pieces.
The Iris cases* are scrapbooking supplies organized by theme or category. And you can see the three white baskets are full of toys for my little kids to play with.
I keep my bible journaling supplies on a cart, which I usually roll wherever I need to.
This wire cart* is where all of my sewing & quilting supplies are and the sewing machine is on top of it. The Raskog cart is full of Thickers and letter stickers.
The wire shelf is the majority of my embellishments. Everything is sorted by type of supply and stored in these hot pink, black, and graphic baskets.
I’m slowly transitioning to these Iris clear containers* because I like being able to see what’s inside each of them at a glance. This particular one is where I keep all of my watercolors.
This wire shelf is a bit more mixed up. Lol… On the top is the little guy’s bead supplies and our Tinker and STEAM crates. Below those are quite a few of those clear containers full of various mixed media & art journaling supplies.
Stamps are in the soda crate and chipboard/canvas is right beside it. The bottom shelf includes all of my Project Life supplies.
You can also see our nature basket sitting on the floor and some other odds and ends that belong to the little guy.
The 10-drawer rolling cart* is full of random homeschool stuff and the two magazine holders on top are activity-type books.
This is probably the most cluttered area in the entire studio. Planners that I’ve worked on over the years, homeschool mama supplies, and sensory materials. We also have lots of kids art kits and quite a collection of Toob animals.
Like seriously, y’all! Our homeschool room is for sure lived in. Our last preschool monthly theme is still sitting on the table along with all of the little guy’s artwork.
Alright, so… We’re moving on to the little guy’s homeschool room. First, check out the books!
Be still my homeschool mama heart. That’s all I have to say about that. I love me some good books and so does the little guy. Obviously, right? We’ve accumulated so many!
All of the board books are in the wicker basket. The 10-drawer rolling cart* is all of the little guy’s interlocking blocks organized by color. Early readers are organized on top. I love having all of our books in our homeschool room.
The pink cart is odds and ends that we’re still using everyday. Ziggy is out because occasionally he visits with All About Reading Level 1 and our paint Stix and some other stuff that I like to keep handy. Totally random, I know.
This cute woven basket sits on my desk and it’s where we’ve been keeping our morning basket type stuff. The little guy’s Latin, nature study, and writing along with some other stuff are organized in here.
We keep craft supplies, manipulatives, and sensory materials on the cube shelves. The white basket in front is our current Math and Language Arts curriculum. The Ikea Trofast is basically our STEAM Station. We have lots of blocks and building materials. And most of our picture books are in the baskets.
Here’s the little guy’s art cart. These are the art supplies that he can get out and put away on his own. There are lots of crayons, markers, and colored pencils in the cups and galvanized pails.
Our Ikea Flisat Children’s Table is a dream come true. We use it as a sensory table. There’s always something fun in there for the little guy to explore.
And of course these three white bookcases are where we keep all of our educational puzzles and games. The little guy can always find exactly what he needs
Our homeschool room is definitely all kinds of awesome, don’t ya think? I can’t wait to see how our craft space and homeschool room evolves over the course of the next year.
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Psst… If you haven’t already, you’re definitely going to want to come hang out with us in our 52 Weeks Facebook group. That’s where we’ll be chatting about the challenges and our creative spaces. And if you’re interested in a free weekly to-do list printable, here’s a link to the 52 Weeks Workflow Weekly To-Do List that I’ve been using.
Thanks so much for visiting. Have an awesome week!