My closet of shame. My husband was given the two doors and he built the cabinet from there. I love it because it holds so much and allows me to just close the doors when I want the room to look nice. The jars on the top hold buttons. I don't use buttons often but they are ready when I am.
This is where I store a lot of my design papers, extra supplies, some flowers some candles and things I plan to alter. My Cuttlebug is in there and anything else I might need and not have a place for. If I have lost anything this is where I go first! Clearly it could hid something for a very long time before I would find it!
Next is my cutting station that is on feet to raise it to standing working height. I work here a lot when my poor back gives out and gives me lots of trouble.
Next comes the storage for my dies..... I'm sure there is probably a better way to store these, but this is what works for me. I use dies on most everything I do and to have them within reach is a big factor for me. I'm ashamed to say, this isn't all my dies but these are the one's I've used most often. I have some that are no longer current and some that have the edge dies that don't fit any of my cases. I also have some Sizzix Dies that I use as well, so you see dies are a passion. I'm constantly trying to find places that have the best prices so I can purchase more.
You can also see my small light tent there in the corner with blue cardstock as a background.
These are my most used ink pads I just slide this under my desk and it is close and ready to go. I am a huge fan of Ranger Distress Inks for most everything I do and I use Memento Ink when I don't want it to smudge. It stays put no matter what process you are using.
I also like to keep my sponges for each color ready to go. It keeps you from always having to wash and wear out the sponges. This is something I have just started doing so a lot of the sponges are still clean. This way the colors stay in their own little area and are always ready to go.
So there you have it. Nothing fancy but it is very functional. I would love to have all white furniture but the fact is, like most crafters, I have to make do with what I have. Mostly I love my space and I don't fret too much about the fact there are white pieces and cherry pieces. It's all good!