Slabs of clay, tools for texturizing, paper, punches, ink and canvases.
You name it, and I likely have it in my studio. Currently, my paint is stored in two rolling carts in my studio closet. On top of one is the home of my paper organizing cube, which also houses my stamps and punches. On top of that is my printer and computer paper.
On top of the other is my ribbon sorter, acrylic sprays, wood stains and other miscellaneous supplies. down at the side, finished paintings that have been listed, so that they are out of the light and won't be damaged or discolored by the light.
I won't even list all of the supplies that are in the bins that are in my work table, or the extra boxes under it that have more bottles of paint.
It's kind of obscene!
I want to be creative with storage in my art studio, and while I am happy with the closet storage, i need to be able to maximize the main studio space to make it more functional. So I'm considering these options
|Industrial steel bookshelves|
|Updated white bookshelf with scrapbook paper|
Adding these creative storage solutions and maximizing the wall space means that I will be able to add a small seating area into my art studio! What are my top pics for seating? Post coming soon!