In this post, I wanted to share some of the BEST ideas for a craft room using Ikea craft room furniture. This is a roundup from some of my favorite bloggers that feature their spaces that you can get inspiration from.
If you have ever daydreamed of having a creative space that is not only beautiful, but complete with your crafting supplies organized in an affordable way, I hope that you’ll take away some amazing ideas from some of these craft spaces that were made over.
These spaces were decorated with Ikea furniture which includes table tops, cabinets, and storage.
Ikea has so many different furniture options to make a crafting space functional. I know that for me to be most effective and efficient during crafting, my space needs to be uncluttered, yet still have all of my crafting supplies, materials, and tools in their spaces.
After about a decade in my own home, I’ve been able to accumulate a few pieces from Ikea here and there.
Why Ikea Furniture is Great for Craft Spaces
Ikea furniture is affordable and some of their pieces are absolutely amazing for a craft room makeover. Some of the pieces they have provide great storage for crafting supplies.
Not only are they affordable, provide efficient use of space, and good looking, they are also amazingly easy to customize. They’ve got various options that make it easy to customize and get exactly what you need for your craft space.
You’ll often find posts about Ikea hacks surrounding taking super affordable Ikea furniture and leveling them up into beautiful masterpieces you didn’t even think was even possible.
Below, I’m going to share with you how some bloggers have transformed Ikea furniture and made them into amazing storage pieces that are not only functional, but absolutely stunning spaces.
In short, here are reasons why Ikea furniture are great for craft spaces:
- Affordable and budget-friendly
- Minimalist and sleek design
- Easy customization
- Multitude of hacks
- Easy to clean
- Free space planning software
Popular Ikea Furniture for a Craft Room Storage
Here are some POPULAR pieces from Ikea that you’ll see in some of these makeovers.
Ikea Linnmon Table Top for Craft Room
This table top comes in about three sizes and multiple colors. These table tops are so versatile. You can choose to add different legs, including rolling legs! I actually use the Linnmon table top to hold my big two Apple theater monitors: Ikea Linnmon Table Top
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Alex Drawer Unit on Coasters for Organizing Crafting Supplies
I absolutely LOVE these Alex drawer units. I have three of these in my craft space. One holds my Silhouette, another holds my Cricut, and the other has my heat press bolted on it. It provides so much storage and is wide enough to hold a ton of supplies: Alex Drawer Unit on Coasters
Alex Drawer Unit for Hiding Craft Supplies
This is a narrower and smaller unit that the one on coasters. I actually have two them stacked together to hold my printer. The other one is sitting under a Linnmon table top: Ikea Alex Drawers
Raskog Utility Cart for Holding Craft Materials
This cart is amazing for holding craft supplies. At under $30, it is a great utility cart for holding markers and so much more: Ikea Utility Cart
Kallax units allow you to have an open, tall storage that allows you to make the most of a single space. I use this to hold all of my scrapbooking albums, crafting papers. On top, I use some paper storage for any additional knick knacks as well: Ikea Kallax Unit
Plastic Bag Dispenser to Hold Crafting Rolls
These plastic bag dispensers have a different purpose other than holding plastic bags – they can hold gift wrapping paper, vinyl rolls, and so much more! The possibilities are endless: Ikea Variera
Sektion Wall Cabinet Frame for Craft Room Storage
These are generally made for kitchens, but can also be used as wall cabinets for your crafting space. We actually used these to update our space and created our own doors (way less expensive to make doors than to buy them): Ikea Sektion Wall Cabinet Frame
Inspirational Craft Spaces Using Ikea Furniture
Sektion Cabinet Frames
This is one version of my craft room I had in the past few years where I used Sektion cabinet frames for our craft room.
Using Kallax Shelving with Decor
I love how Deeply Southern Home used the Ikea Kallax unit in a boho jungle style space to hold a lot of crafting supplies and materials along with real plants.
Craft Room for Small Business
I love how Sustain my Craft Habit uses the Kallax units for her Cricut small business crafting space.
Corner Craft Storage Using Ikea Steel Kitchen Organizers
I absolutely love how Polished Habitat made use of a corner craft storage area inside their guest room. I love how the steel bars are used to hold crafting scissors and other supplies! While these organizers are generally used in the kitchen, they are awesome for crafting spaces as well.
Colorful Basement Office and Craft Space
Stephanie’s space in her basement features an amazingly beautiful and colorful room. You can’t help but be inspired in a space like this. I LOVE the gold legs she put on these Alex cabinets!
I absolutely LOVE Reality Daydream’s wall of crafting storage. I am sure you can find pieces from Ikea to match her DreamBox.
Ikea Guest Room Office
I absolutely love this guest room / office Ikea space by Shrimp Salad Circus. If you don’t have an extra room to spare, she shows you how add a standing desk from Ikea to save space and make the room appear bigger than it is.
Ikea Rolling Cart Crafting Organization
I love Carla Schauer’s organization and makeover of her craft space. This creative studio makeover has all of her supplies, materials, and tools organized in a beautiful way. Who wouldn’t be inspired after being in this amazingly organized space?
Turning a Closet into a Home Office
For those that don’t have a lot of space, you canturn a closet into a home office and craft space. There’s an Ikea Linnmon table spotted in this space!
Simple Craft Space
I absolutely love how Smart Fun DIY has a simple craft table using the Linnmon from Ikea. I also love the simple organization of the paint in a colorful view!
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I don’t have an Ikea store close to me?
You can order online or have it delivered. You can also purchase on Amazon!
Alternatives to Ikea Furniture
If you aren’t convinced that Ikea furniture makes for great pieces for your craft room, here are some similar alternatives that you might love.
If you are a crafter, you need a dedicated space so that it can allow your creative juices to flow. Organizing and decorating your craft room as your next makeover project will allow you to get inspired each time you step in your space.
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