It's that time again... Show and Tell Sunday
Our hostess today is the beautiful Cerri from LittlePinkStudio drop by her place to link up with the other Show and Tell fun.
Today's topic is where we store our treasures or supplies.
Did we really have to go there? Very Scary!
As you will see I am a use what you have kinda girl.
I just wanted to say that luckily no one was hurt in the making of this post. You know falling closet debris in all.
Gotta love my Shabby Chic baskets. They are wonderful for storing almost anything. I keep them in the Grand Princess/guest room they fit in perfect with the decor. My only room that Mr. Mya let me go a little shabby chic with. The princess was my excuse.
I fell madly in love with this cabinet from the moment I saw it at a garage sale. I ran to it and almost tripped my sister on the way. Sorry sis but I'm younger and faster :) It is hand painted and so cottage chic. LOve it!
No I won't show you inside this cupboard. Something could fall out and injure you.
Here is a jar full of vintage jewelry and pieces/parts. I really love old jars with lids for storing my odds and ends. It helps to be able to see things since they aren't perfectly organized and labeled.
This iron dress form started out as a spot to hold my Marie Antoinette princess crown but after that sold , it has kind of collected a variety of projects. She sits in the corner of my studio. My studio walls are a very deep red maple but I would love to go soft pink. Hummm, That would require a few coats of paint and a furniture change.
This oriental hope chest sits in my hallway and holds a few odds and ends. On top of the chest is my books on sea glass and pottery shards.
I collect both and the urn holds some of my shell and shard collection.
This jar trio is a little cottage series with birds and cherubs. Perfect for more little pieces/parts. They are standing on top of a wooden basket.
I would love to have a wall of open shelves to house everything in plain sight. In stead of trying to remember where I stored what.
My table in the studio, filled with a few completed projects and a couple in progress. The table is covered with pottery shards that I collected while traveling in New Brunswick's Bay Of Fundy. Very awesome place to travel and collect pottery and glass from the sea. The surface isn't even and I grouted in a few cup handles too. It was a fun project that took me a few weeks to complete.
This is what lays beneath the table. A big blue trunk and a couple boxes and clay head. Did I mention that I use what I have for storage?
No fancy shelving unit here.
My parents made me a peg rack a few years ago. I usually change it with the seasons but right now it is stuffed with items from the my Etsy shop.
Someday I will get organized, I promise.
Warning Warning... Watch out for falling debris.
I can't believe I was brave enough to show you my flower closet.
I think I will take a peek at your space for a little inspiration.
If you have any organizational tips leave them here.
Thanks for stopping by the studio. Have a fabulous Sunday.