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MHCT&M: Vintage Craft Room Storage Ideas

Happy Friday!

I love using vintage storage ideas in my sewing room! And I’m always looking for new ideas for creative and fun storage so I’ve gathered up some of my favorite vintage craft room storage ideas!

All of these ideas are great and can be easily implemented into your space.

Vintage Door Cutting Table

Vintage Ladder for Ribbon Storage

Vintage Tin Storage

Vintage Wood Cubby Storage

Craft Room Storage Using Old Door

Vintage Fabric Cabinets

Craft Storage from Old Cabinet

Painted Vintage Cabinet Storage

DIY Craft Hutch

Open Vintage Cabinet Storage

Aren’t they all amazing?! I know it would be hard to find the exact pieces but there is so much inspiration here!

Make sure you check back next week for more fun ideas!

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MHCT&M: Clever DIY Craft Desks

Happy Friday!! Can you believe it is September already?

Must Have Craft Tips & More!

The summer flew by! Now all the kiddos are heading back to school. Which makes it a perfect time to start looking into our next Craft Tips theme!

We’re wrapping up our house tour this month with craft rooms. Whether you have a craft room, craft space, a craft nook, or just dream of a special place to do your crafting, we are going to share some fun inspiration for you this month.

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!

This week I’m focusing on clever DIY craft desks. Because you know if you build it, 1) it’s bound to be a bit cheaper and 2) you can build it to suite your personal needs. All of the desks I’m sharing today are total do it yourselfers and some don’t even require a lot of custom building. So get ready to be inspired!

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Studio Table with Formica Top

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
IKEA Hack Craft Room Table

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Craft Table using Dresser

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Custom Built L-Shaped Desk

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Craft Table with Iron Pad

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Foldable Craft Table

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
DIY Tall Craft Desk

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Vintage Sewing Machine Work Table

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Craft Desk from Pre-fab Cabinets

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Butcher Block Desk

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Dressed Up Kitchen Table

Maximize your work space with one of these clever DIY craft desks!
Fold Out Craft Table

Are you feeling inspired?

Do you have a favorite?

Must Have Craft Tips & More!
Don’t miss more fun ideas for your craft space all month long!

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MHCT&M: 12 Epic Playroom Spaces

Hello and happy Friday!

 

Today we are wrapping up ideas for playrooms and I am sharing some pretty epic playroom ideas that any kid, or even adult for that matter, would love to spend hours in their space having fun. 

 

 There are so many cool and creative playrooms that you can create. Here are just a few that caught my eye!

 

 (Decoholic)
Add some swinging chairs to the space, perfect to crawl up and read a good book on. Just be sure to find the ceiling joist!

 (Sahifa)
This room is a great room that will grow up with your kids. Shoot, I want to hang out in here too! There are so many fun things to do but also places to relax and just hang out.

(Kid’s Room Ideas)
Talk about a cool space! Houses and monkey bars- so fun!

(Bolig Magasinet)
 Create a unique space with a slide for hours of fun!

 (Two Thirty-Five Designs)
Who wouldn’t love their own little fort inside so you can play no matter what the weather is like outside?! 🙂

 (Empathy Encompassed)
For anyone who is a germaphobe when it comes to ball pits in public spaces, build one in your house using PVC pipes! Such a great idea!

 (Brooklyn Nicole Homes)
Have some kiddos that have a lot of energy ALL. THE. TIME? Create an indoor gym for them complete with rock wall, swing, climbing ladder and more!

 (The Created Home)
Check out this space with it’s own cabin and rope bridge to get to another section! I would have LOVED this space growing up!

 (Fun at Home with Kids)
Here is another great space for active kids that are smaller.

 (Imgur)
HELLO, awesome reading net or hang out spot! If you have tall ceilings in a space, this would be a super cool addition!

(The Good Stuff Guide)

Check out this super fun basement that has turned into the great outdoors with all sorts of cool stuff scattered around the space.  

(Remodelicious)

Imaginative play is an important part of a young child’s development and this space let’s their little imaginations run wild!!

 

 

 

Aren’t those all fabulous?! 

Which one was your favorite? 

 

 

 

Be sure to come back next month when we start a whole new room!

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MHCT&M: DIY Floor Pillows to Sew

Happy Friday!!

 This month we’re doing Playroom projects for Must Have Craft Tips and I love the idea of adding some squishy floor pillows to a playroom – or any room!
So many of these will work for kids rooms or adults – a big pile of floor pillos just spells out cozy to me! So let’s dive into these DIY Floor Pillows to Sew!

Round DIY Floor Pillows

Squishy Floor Pillows 

DIY Large Floor Pillows

Giant Floor Pillows with Handles

Square Floor Cushion Tutorial

One Hour Floor Cushion

Folding Floor Cushion

Hawaiian Style Felt Floor Pillows

DIY Large Colorful Floor Pillows

Colorful Scrappy Floor Pillows


 
Cute Animal Floor Pillows

Patchwork Floor Pillow 

Oversized Pom Pom Throw Pillows

Aren’t they all fun?! I need a big room full of them!

Check back next week for more playroom ideas!

 

 

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MHCT&M: Art Stations for Kids

Happy Friday, friends!

 

It’s time for a new room in the house to talk about.

We’ve covered most of the main rooms in the house. This month we’re focusing on an extra space that you may have, or may want to have: a playroom!

 

  

 

In our home we have a bonus room which is a large room over our garage. It’s basically a multi-purpose space for anything we want! It’s currently serving many purposes. It holds my craft space, acts as a spare bedroom (fold out couch), game room, random storage, AND a playroom for my little boys! It’s not easy having a space that functions as so many things but we manage to make it work. 

 

Today, I am choosing to focus on art stations for playrooms and, let me tell you, there are ALL kinds! Big or small, as long has a child has a space to create, I think they are happy. 

 

 

Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small!
 

Pegboard Art Station 

 I love the pops of color on this monochromatic art station. I also love how all of the craft supplies are up off the table leaving more room for creating! 

 

Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small!
 

Art Cart 

This is a great idea if you don’t have a dedicated space for art supplies. Making them mobile allows your child to create anywhere! 

 

Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small!
 

 Art Crafting Space 

All needed art supplies are within arms reach in this colorful art space. 

 

Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small!
 

 Art Corner 

This narrow art space uses height to it’s advantage. 

 

Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small!

 

 Murphy Art Desk 

A DIY fold-down desk is a great way to save space in a room! 

 

Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small!
 

Craft Caddie 

This mobile craft caddie is a great way to pick up and go create outdoors or even at a friend’s house!

 

 Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small! 

Craft Shelves 

I’m a big fan of bins for supplies and these shelves full of crafty bins look perfect for little ones!

 

 Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small! 

Crafter-noon Corner 

Not only does this space have a cute name, but the art space is so colorful and fun! I mean, that stool??? Yes, please!

 

 Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small! 

Craft Station Nook 

This is a brilliant use of space. You should see the before (hint, it was not a closet!).

 

 Create an art station in your playroom, even if the space is small!
 

 Giant Cork Board Display 

With all of the artwork your little one is creating, they naturally need a place to display it. I love that this art space comes with it’s own giant cork board for displaying art!

  

 

 

Aren’t these all so fun? And so many ideas no matter the space you have (or don’t have!). 

 

 

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Don’t miss next week when we share more fun ideas for a playroom!

 

 

 

 

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MHCT&M: Creative Bathroom Storage

Hello everyone and Happy Friday! 

 Allison from A Glimpse Inside here, back today with more ideas for your bathroom space.
My family and I moved to Germany about two weeks ago and we just found a place to rent. Germany, well Europe for that matter, isn’t exactly known for having large bathrooms or kitchens and storage in their homes. We found a home with big rooms, large bathrooms, but still not a lot of storage in the bathrooms themselves so I think we are going to have to get creative. 

I rounded up some great ideas that I think would be good to implement in any bathroom space to maximize your storage needs.
 Use a shoe shelf with doors, IKEA has a few types of these, to place your essentials in.

 Instead of just placing hooks on the back of the door, use actual towel racks. Your towels will also dry much better!
I have no idea why I have never thought of this!

Limited space in the shower for your family? 
Hang a shower curtain rod high on the wall side of the shower and then hang shower caddy racks from the rod. Now the whole family can have all their items in the shower without cluttering up the bottom.

Don’t forget the space behind the door and the wall. 
Hang small, shallow shelves down the wall for the perfect storage place for all sorts of products. When the door is open, you won’t even know it’s there! 
If you have a wall around the outside of your shower, with glass above, why not build drawers or a shelf into the wall portion? Such a great use of normally unused space!
Here’s another great idea for those walls or partitions in a bathroom space. 
Add a slide out shelf for all your lotion, shampoos, bubble bath bottles.
This is a DIY project that is a wall shelf unit but doubles as a full length mirror on the outside.
 (Decor 6)
Think high! 
Don’t forget the space above the door or other closet doors in your space. You can easily put up a shelf to store extra towels, toilet paper, and other more.

 (Decor6)
Here’s another way you use can the space near your ceiling.
Build a wooden shelf above your toilet/sink and place baskets on it to hide all the items from view.
 Build a small storage shelf with ball jars for items that you use everyday so they are within easy reach.

Have a small wall in your space that you aren’t sure what to do with?
Build a shelf from the floor to the top of the door frames or ceiling using pipes and stained wood.
Make every square footage count! Only have a small space next to the toilet but it is normally wasted and unusable? Hang shelves in that area for another vertical storage solution.
The space around a tub is normally such a waste that it almost begs to be used! 
Build in tilt out doors with storage baskets attached to the back to utilize this space to its full potential.

There you have it!
Do you have a small space where you had to add a creative storage solution?
If so, we’d love to hear about it in the comments!


Stay tuned for next month and a whole new topic! 🙂

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MHCT&M: DIY Shower Curtains to Sew

Happy Friday!

It’s Bev here from Flamingo Toes with some creative and pretty DIY Shower Curtains to Sew!

We are sharing DIY ideas for Bathrooms for Must Have Craft Tips this month and I love the idea of making my own shower curtain!
It is so much more custom and you can really have fun with these creative ideas!

How to Sew a Grommet-Topped Shower Curtain

Colorful Floral Shower Curtain

Make a Shower Curtain from a Bed Sheet

Macrame Shower Curtain 

Patchwork Shower Curtain from Fat Quarters

Drape Turned Shower Curtain

Cottage Patchwork Shower Curtain

Ruffled Shower Curtain

Shower Curtain from Vintage Sheets

DIY Extra Long Shower Curtain

Have you ever made a shower curtain?
 It looks so easy and fun!!

 

 

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MHCT&M: Bathroom Vanity Inspiration

Happy Friday, friends! 

Let’s talk bathrooms!

 

  

 

Can you even believe it’s already July? Where did the first part of the year go? 

 

 With a new month comes a new topic in our series and this month we are focusing on bathrooms. There are so many fun ways to update a bathroom from the walls to the floors to a total remodel! 

 

 

Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update! 

 

This week I’m focusing on bathroom vanities. Updates for your vanity can be small but impactful. Or you can go all out build something new! I’ve gathered up a little bit of everything to provide inspiration if you’ve been considering a bathroom renovation. 

 

 

Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update!
 

Painted Guest Bathroom Vanity Makeover 

It’s amazing what a fresh coat of paint and new hardware can do for a worn out wooden vanity! 

 

 Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update!
 

 DIY Bathroom Vanity 

Even powder rooms and small guest baths can benefit from a freshly updated vanity.

 

 Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update! 

DIY Open Shelf Vanity 

This vanity some fabulous farmhouse vibes! Such a fun DIY project!

 

Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update!
 

Vintage Dresser Turned Bathroom Vanity 

Repurposing a piece of furniture into something new can give it a new life. This vintage dresser turned vanity is stunning!

 

 Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update! 

Double Sink Bathroom Vanity Makeover 

Another painted vanity with new hardware. Such an inexpensive and EASY update that makes a ton of difference!

 

 Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update!
 

DIY Small Bathroom Vanity 

This small DIY vanity is so charming and perfect for a small space! 

 

Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update!
 

Budget Friendly Bathroom Makeover 

You really must see the before on this vanity makeover. Not only were the cabinets pink, but the countertop as well! And they were not replaced! 

 

Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update! 

 DIY Large Bathroom Vanity 

This DIY, custom built vanity is a stunner! 

 

Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update! 

Repurposed Sideboard into a Vanity 

This is a great tutorial for turning a sideboard into a bathroom vanity.

 

 Bathroom makeover don't have to be expensive. Start with a fun bathroom vanity update! 

Farmhouse Industrial Bathroom Vanity 

This DIY vanity is sheet perfection if you’re a fan of the farmhouse look!

 

 

 

 Aren’t these fabulous??? 

What’s more your style – new paint, a new build, or a repurposed piece of furniture?

 

 Must Have Craft Tips & More! 

 

 

Don’t miss more fun ideas for your bathroom next Friday!

 

 

 

 

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MHCT&M: Unique Master Bedroom Wall Treatments

Hello everyone and Happy Friday! 

 

 

We are back once again with more ideas for your Master Bedroom.

 

 

Master bedrooms are your personal sanctuaries inside your home so why not make them unique with a wall treatment. They add texture and can dress up the space depending on the type of wall treatment. 

They can be bold or more neutral for a touch of warmth but they can help bring the whole room the feel that you are looking for without completely breaking your budget if you opt to only do it on an accent wall.



 Make a grid using board and batten on one wall and paint it all the same color for a subtle effect.

Double Raised Panel Wall from Rogue Engineer
 For a more elegant look, create a double raised panel effect on your wall.

Dark Gray Board and Batten Wall Treatment from Thrifty Decor Chick 
Another simple treatment you can place on the wall is the traditional board and batten treatment. Again, paint it all the same color for the texture or paint them two different colors for contrast.

Plank Wall Tongue and Groove Wall Treatment from Home Stories A to Z

A plank wall effect is always an easy treatment you can add to one wall. This wall was created using tongue and groove boards for a solid wall but you still see the spaces between the boards.

 

 Square Geometric Wall Treatment from Instagram
 You can also go geometric with your wall treatment. 
Squares, diamonds, rectangles, the options are endless.

 Reverse Shiplap Wall Treatment from My Sister’s Suitcase
Wall treatments don’t have to be expensive.
Check out this reverse shiplap effect using pvc composite boards.
I really love this look! 

Looking for a more rustic look? Add barnwood to one wall and for added pattern, lay it in a herringbone pattern instead of straight across the wall.

 

 Modern Wood Square Wall Treatment from Contemporist

Go modern with a whole wall of large stained wood pieces. Definitely will warm up a space and make a big impact in your space.

 

Bold Accent Wallpaper Wall from Hunker 

 Looking for color?

How about wallpapering a feature wall with a bold, colorful pattern?

There are so many wallpaper options out there that the possibilities are endless!


 Painted Feature Wall from City Farmhouse

 Another inexpensive  wall treatment is to create the look of molding using painters tape and paint. Tape off your pattern and then paint over it. Peel the tape off to reveal your pattern.

You can also use a gloss paint to create a subtle sheen pattern on the wall.

 

 

Do you like any of these enough to add them to your master? 

Do you have a wall treatment in your master? 

If so, tell us what you have in the comments! 

 

 

 

 

 

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MHCT&M: Kid Bedroom Organizational Ideas

Hello everyone and happy Friday!

All month we’ve been sharing tips for kid’s bedrooms. We’ve shared DIY beds, cute pillows to sew, fun book storage ideas and today, I am going to share organizational ideas to help keep those bedrooms tidy, well if your child uses these ideas properly to keep them tidy. 😉

Check out the great ideas and hopefully one of them will inspire you to reorganize your child’s room.

(Inspiration Made Simple)
Have a Nerf gun lover in your house?
Build a Nerf Gun Peg Board to store all those guns in one place.

 (It’s Always Autumn)
Does your child have a ton of stuffed animals like mine do? Check out this cute Hanging Stuff Animal Swing. I think I need to make this for both of my girls.

 (Polished Habit)
 Think outside the organizational box and use a over the door pantry organizer to store books.

 (Reality Daydream)
 Organization the closet so that every space has a purpose and label items so everything can be put back into their proper home.
 

(The Happy Housie)
 Have a Lego lover in your house?
Check out this Under the Bed Lego Rolling Cart to keep all those tiny piece organized but also within reach.

Under the bed is a space not always properly utilized and this Roll-Away Storage Closet is perfect for a small space or a space with a small closet.

 (Shades of Blue Interiors)
Here is another great ideas to help keep all those beloved stuff animals all in one space. Build a Stuffed Animal Corral that hooks over the end of the bed to help keep them all in one space but within reach when they just need a little snuggle buddy at night.

(Ana White Homemaker)
Does your child enjoy doing art but there just isn’t room for a large art space?
Build a Flip Down Wall Art Desk that provides the tabletop but doesn’t take up valuable floor space.

Check out this Magnetic Match Box Car Storage Solution idea. Perfect to keep all those little car visible.

There you have it!
Hopefully one of those ideas can work in your home. I see a few that I may have to make! 🙂

Be sure to come back next month with for all new tips and tricks.
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