The space consists of three areas. First is the kitchen.
This little desk holds all the small tools. I keep that tool bag and ink blenders on the desk unless people are coming over, then I put them in my paper cabinet (more on that later).
The drawer above the chair holds punches and small embellishments (forgot to take a photo). The top right drawer contains ink and some paints.
The second drawer is all embossing tools and powder, glue, flock, glimmer mists, and stamp blocks.
The bottom drawer is markers, water colors, and mats.
Here's a view of the desk in the room.
We made the table top out of laminate so I can get it messy to my hearts content. The table and chairs were a 2nd hand store find that we painted. The China hutch was a 2nd hand store find too.
My paper cabinet had to go in the living room. This was a wardrobe we got for free from some people who didn't want to move it. It is a heavy monster, but I love it! That's little Remington on the couch there.
On the top shelf sits drawers of scraps by color family, embellishments, ribbon, templates, and small paper pads. I have a tool bag that holds lesser used tools, and there's room there for the things that usually sit on my desk. A couple of circle cutters are on the right side.
The second shelf holds my two 12x12 working project cases. One is for cards and one is for scrapbook pages. Next to that is my paper cutter, followed by the Big Shot. Scrapbooks in progress are on the right. The next shelf down has drawers containing 12x12 paper according to color. The next shelf down has boxes of extra photos, white Wal-mart cardstock, and a binder with rubber stamps that I converted to cling. The box under that contains chipboard.
Then there are these four great drawers! Top left holds blank cards and envelopes. Top right holds stamp sets and dies.
The bottom left drawer hold reinkers, 5" Xyron, and light box. The bottom right holds more stamp sets, large wooden block stamps, foam stamps, and embossing folders.
Almost done, if you're still with me, I'd like to show you the third area: the study. This was a dining room when we bought the house, but Gene works from home a lot. He made those shelves all by himself! The desk was my dad's so it has special memories for me. This is where I blog, print out journaling, and cut things on my Silhouette. If you notice the photo albums, that's because I scrapbook the kid's albums, but put family photos in regular sleeves. Some of those are empty, I bought enough so I could keep them the same.
My Silhouette fits in the drawer, but I think there's room in there to upgrade to the Cameo!
I hope you enjoyed the tour. I love to peek into other people's craft rooms, so I thought I'd share.
Have a great day!