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Casa Craving Recap: Your Craft Room

The latest Casa Craving Challenge was inspired by the autumn season, which is when I always start hibernating a little more and delving into home projects and crafts. I know that a lot of Casa readers are also DIY kings and queens, and even though most of us will never have a separate space for our crafting madness (especially one as fabulous as Martha's), it's always nice to dream! So, in this Casa Craving Challenge, I asked you to design a funtional, cozy, and organized room for project making.

You can see all of the CasaSugar logo Casa Cravings here, as well as the great lists the users created. (TeamSugar has a great tutorial on listmaking if you're not sure how.)

Here are my favorite looks:

Look #1 was designed by Katherynn who says, "I've always grown up in family full of crafters and DIY junkies, so it's a dream of mine to have my fantasy craft room! We like to have friends and family over and all do crafts together or just chill out with one another while we sew our curtains or make our scrapbook pages. Having lots of room for everyone to spread out is a must in my room, as well as having plenty of lounge space for the rest of the family that want to visit, but may not want to craft with us! Also, EVERYTHING must have a place in my craft room. I HATE a mess when it comes to my crafts. It throws my creative chi off majorly! In this room I've provided lots of space, and lots of storage. And lots of cozy room in my sitting area! My main colors are Mermaid Net, citron and orange! I kept the wood light and neutral because the other colors were so bright! This room is awesome in the autumn becuase of the rich orange, but also fun in the summer because of the fun citron! I've listed TONS of stuff, but.. it was just so much fun I couldn't stop!"

There are some other excellent rooms, so read more

Look #2 was designed by 4BYRDS, who used bright colors and retro elements in her craft room, and says, "I like the vintage metals with splashes of color." So do I!

Look #3 was designed by CocoChic, who said: "The gray walls and colorful accessories make for a room full of inspiration. Cork board tiles make for a place to pin ideas for crafts. The Eames lounger? For a catnap after all of that crafting!"

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