The first thing that caught my eye about today’s featured scrapbook space was the beautiful shade of green on the walls. And the built-ins. And the shelves. And the decor. Okay, it ALL caught my eye!
This fun and functional scrapbook space belongs to Jenni Hufford, and I am so thrilled that she agreed to share it with us today. Jenni also agreed to play along with our little Q & A we like to do with our scrapbook space gurus.
How did you determine the layout or design of this space? The downstairs space used to be one large room. My husband actually framed the walls the separate my craft space from my sons room. For awhile I used the closet in our son’s room (was then a guest room) for my scrap desk, then a few years later we began to design my current space. We used the help of a friend who worked in the cabinet department at Menards to help us design the space.
What color is on the walls? Martha Stewart Pressed Leaves
Can you give us some tips on how and why you store things the way that you do? I store my papers (by manufacturer) in the tall high cabinets.
I store adhesives, inks, and stamps in the smaller drawers below the tall cabinets.
Under the desktop, I have a various sized drawers. i have found that in effort to keep ephemera organize, I use muffin tins! It’s the perfect solution for small embellishments and they fit wonderfully in the drawers.
When do you spend time in this space? I spend a lot of time here! Most often it’s when my kids are napping or at school I spend time here! Occasionally I am working in the evenings or when the kids are occupied in the near by playroom!
Are there any more details about this space that you’d like to share? Before this room became my scrap space, there was a mural painted on the wall by a high school art student. My husband used to be a pilot so she painted different parts of an airplane on the wall. It’s something fun, different, and creative to have in my scrap space!
Jenni, thank you so much for sharing your amazing space and tips with our readers!