We are thrilled to bring you another installment of our Craft Studio Tour series. Today Graphic 45 Brand Ambassador, Elizajane aka Tiny House Journals opens the door to her Tiny House & Art Studio. Elizajane has been so kind to share her organization tips and great storage ideas. You are going to love what she has stored inside her filing cabinet. Enjoy and be sure to leave your love and tips in the comments below.
Tiny House Studio Tour
By Elizajane aka Tiny House Journals
“Welcome to my home! Sometimes I’m not sure if I live in a tiny house that has a tiny studio or I live in a tiny studio with a kitchen, bed and a bath in it. Either way, I consider the whole 254 sq ft (+ the loft) my creative space. Because I designed and built my home myself, I was able to plan everything around my creative passions. I knew that living tiny would require making some adjustments but having a designated space to not only work on projects but to also store supplies that were readily available was a priority. If your passion is to create, there should always be a way to make space for it.
I personally work best with a clean and uncluttered space, so I try to keep most of my supplies out of sight but within reach.
At the same time, I love to have small things around my home that continually inspire me. Above my desk I keep photos, clippings from magazines, personal or friend’s artwork or anything that inspires me. I hang these with washi tape so I can change them whenever the mood strikes.
I also have a small island cabinet between my kitchen and studio space that I use to enlarge my workspace when needed. I can extend one or both leaves when working on a larger project, doing mass coffee staining or when a friend comes over to work along with me.” ~Elizajane
YouTube Video Studio Tour:
Elizajane Tiny House Studio Tour
Wow…I’m impressed! I guess…in that small living space, you really need to stay organized. You did a wonderful job. That little home looks very comfortable!
I’m so envious of your tiny home! I fantasize about having one, but I can’t imagine going from a 3-bedroom house to such a tiny space, especially since one of my rooms is full of craft supplies! Seeing your space and how it’s organized is very helpful – I can see how it can be done! Thanks for sharing!