Below is a link to an artist, Sheryl Hawkins, who just redid her studio because she just didn’t like to work in it. She finally figured out why and went about to reconfigure things. If you are uncomfortable in your studio and your not quite sure why, maybe reading this will help.
Here’s another link to an artist, Lyn Belisle, who reorganized her studio. Click the link if you want to take a peak.
Andrew Thornton gives some great tips directed at bead storage and tracking, but I think his tips may also help others such as crazy quilters, scrapbookers, etc. who want/need to track small purchases. Click the link below to go to his site and see what he has to say.
Check out the link below for inspiration, especially if you have a lot of paints and various mediums to store. Teesha also did a fantastic job of personalizing her space. She has a lot of fun things on her blog, so be sure to check it out!
Possibility for fabric or trim storage or any number of things!
As always, I would love to hear from you with your ideas and comments! I encourage you to email photos of your studio or a storage/organizing ideas to me and I will share them with others on my blog.