Mood Board: Colourful Boho Craft Room & Office – Our DIY House

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Currently, my “craft room” is my kitchen table (shared with our microwave and Hubby’s stash of paperwork) and my office is a 5 foot wide nook right next to Little C’s room (shhhhhhh… don’t type too loud)!

Needless to say, I’m ecstatic about having an office/craft room on the main floor of Our DIY House that has doors that can open to the kitchen and living room or close for privacy.

The look I want for this room is colourful and fun with a bohemian vibe. I want to include colours from the living room and kitchen for flow (yellow, red & turquoise) and it will have a desk and oodles of storage for paperwork, fabric and crafty supplies.

Mood Board: Colourful Boho Craft Room & Office - Our DIY House. Bright shades of yellow, turquoise and red with metal and wood accents and tons of storage for paperwork and craft supplies.

Inspirations:

  1. Ikea Expedit Desk & Shelf
  2. Bronze Pendant Light from Lowe’s Canada
  3. Ikea Pjas Basket
  4. Cornwall Garden Fabric
  5. Ikea Raskog Cart
  6. Newport Cottages Swivel Chair
  7. Surya Frontier Brave Zigzag Yellow Hand Woven Flatweave Rug
  8. Provence Oak Laminate Flooring from Lowe’s Canada
  9. New Arrivals Mini Memo Board Scout
  10. Ikea Hemnes Chest

What do you think – do colourful spaces give you crafty inspiration?

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8 Comments

    1. Thanks, Jess. I think this desk would be so perfect for boxes of fabric and craft supplies! The cartels awesome – I bought it a while ago and I’m using it as a sort of filing cabinet right now. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. This is exactly the vibe I would go for too! I love how it’s fresh but comfortable and artsy at the same time. (I would love to know how you create these mood boards … would I need graphic design training to create one?)

    1. Thank you, Julie! I used Photoshop to create these mood boards. You could do it with any graphic editing program – just bring photos into the program, erase their backgrounds (if they have any) and arrange them. You could also do something similar online with http://www.polyvore.com.

  2. I saw the Raskog cart at IKEA recently, and I love it, too! It’s a perfect size, with a super-cute vintage look.

  3. Love all of the colors! Can you tell me what the names of the paint colors are? (Hope I didn’t miss reading that information in the comment section)!

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