Before and After ✨ I was in some serious need of organizing my studio. It’s impossible for me to create in such unorganized madness! So yesterday I tackled the beast!
As a photographer, stained glass artist, DIY-er, rock n roll manager (lots of merchandise), festival owner (again, lots of merchandise), and an avid camper... I've got LOTS of shit to hide away! I also pride myself in shipping my stained glass pieces using recycled shipping materials, which as you can imagine, I have a lot of! But hey, I love Planet Earth 🌎🤠
I got these industrial shelves from Amazon and ordered a few drop clothes to hang up as curtains to hide all my supplies. It took me a minute to find shelves with 6 tiers. Although, I would say the secret sauce is in the clips I found to hang the curtains with! If you're interested, here is a list of all the items I bought via Amazon to hide that big ole eye sore!
- Shelf: ~$100 https://amzn.to/2Eel4kf
- Drop Cloths Curtains ~$15 each: https://amzn.to/2ZU3ZUV
- Secret Sauce (The CLIPS) ~$8 for 50: https://amzn.to/30E6r1c
I bought two curtains so they would wrap around the sides of the shelves and give me a way to access in the middle. I folded over the top ten inches, measuring with a tape measurer as I went, and attached the clips which have an extra strong grip. The "fold over" added a cute shabby chic look which I LOVE! Ultimately I'm a total nerd for this look and functionality! Whenever people come over and want a tour of the house, this is a major stop for show and tell whether they care about that kind of stuff or not 😆
Next project is to build an actual workspace table for all my stained glass and supplies. Any suggestions?