Whenever I’m on Pinterest or reading blogs, I’m always drawn to creative workspaces. Even the smallest spaces can be beautiful and functional for everyday scrapbookers. In this post I want to share some of the commonalities of those spaces, so that you can apply them to you own.
Photo Credit: Jess Forster / Life on Lee Avenue
1. It fits your unique process. There is no one-size-fits-all solution for workspace storage and organization. Look towards others for ideas, but pick and choose the elements that meet your needs and requirements.
2. Decision-making is easy. Choice is a fundamental part of creating and often a stumbling point for scrapbookers. The solutions you choose for organization and storage should help enable you to make decisions quickly and easily.
3. White space is abundant. When you see an enviable workspace, it likely includes as much empty space as it does stuff. Room to breathe and quite literally move, even in a small space, is important for a workspace that works.
4. Inspiration surrounds. Every workspace can benefit from images and personal possessions that fill you up with joy, even if only in a small way. Feeling at-ease in your space is critical for finding ease in your process.
5. Cleaning up isn’t a chore. If you have move this and shift that to clean up your primary work surface, something isn’t right. Editing becomes an important skill so that the focus is on creating and not on your stuff.
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