Hobbies are a fun way to relax and enjoy time by yourself or with family and friends. But hobbies also provide important health and emotional benefits that help us balance our busy lives. From lower blood pressure to helping prevent burnout, time out from the everyday grind is essential. So make your hobby area– whether it’s a craft room, workbench, or other space– a destination in your home that is welcoming, organized and inspiring. We’ve got a few design and organization ideas to help you get started.
Cubby Up! Keep similar items organized in cubbies; the unique design of a cubby, with no door, allows for easy-access to your items while still keeping them in order. Keep things you use regularly in a more easily-reachable cubby for extra convenience. And for those items that aren’t so pretty, that you might want to hide until you need them? Install some cabinets to cover them up. They’ll still be easy to access; you just won’t have to look at them until you need to.
Rods and Racks. They’re not just for storing ties and scarves. Rods and racks offer you a great way to keep tools, ribbons, wrapping paper– you name it– organized and out of your workspace.
Creative Island. If you have the space, create an island on which to work. With this type of workspace, more than one person can work there at one time, and you can add extra storage and organization solutions, such as drawers, cabinets, shelves and cubbies, as part of the design.
How can we help you make the most of your leisure time? Call Closet POSSIBLE at (609) 778-7677 to schedule a free, in-home consultation with one of our design experts. They’ll listen to your needs and design with you a fantastic hobby space you can enjoy for years to come.