November 9, 2010

Merry Christmas to me!

Last February, our house went under major renovations which included a new mudroom, a new bathroom/laundry room, Emma's own bedroom and the creation of my own craft room. was an expensive month.
And I'm still finding drywall dust.

One of my purchases last year was this hutch for my craft room.

Chris helped me repaint it and I hung cafe curtains in the lower half to hide my craft supplies.

Surprise surprise. I need more storage.
The above picture shows a less cluttered hutch.
Now, it's so filled up, it's overflowing.
Guess what I found at my favorite antique store?
Another hutch!!

Isn't it lovely??

Chris will be picking it up Wednesday evening. I've already got big plans for it in my craft room. It's going to be perfect for supplies and seasonal decorating. Just you wait! I've already informed Chris that he's off the hook for a Christmas present. Merry Christmas to me!


Jboo said...

What a great find! Wow -- you are super organized!!


Lee said...

If you ever hire out~I would love to have help organizing my crafts and designing a room of my own in my walkout basement. I must tell you in advance-it would be a full time job! LOL
Love your craft room~So much to see and so inspiring!
Thanks for sharing!

Heather said...

Your craft room looks like a great place to create! I giggled when I read your comment about still finding dry wall dust. We are having a newly constructed bathroom and hallway dry walled right now, and the mess is incredible! :)

Anita said...

Merry Christmas to you! And oh I LOVE that organization too. I need you here!! :) LOL! Maybe it'll rub off on me the more I look at it. Whatcha' think?

Jodee Leader said...

What a fabulous hutch! That will be the perfect addition to your craft room!

proudgrits11 said...

Love the hutch! I have a similar one but it sits atop a dresser and the drawers are falling apart. I love the idea of putting a bookcaske underneath and a skirt to hide my containers!! GREAT idea! Mine is white--I think it needs a paint job! Thanks for the inspiration!