My small pieces of fabric, wool & wash tape storage.
I had a lunch break today eating food and devouring images of organising on Pinterest. (Man I love Pinterest. Do you follow me there?)
Decluttering info entered my life again recently when I listened to this podcast:
The Up For A Chat girls talking about Decluttering
It was a few weeks ago when I listened to it, but I loved the decluttering story from Cyndi O'Meara and how after she did it it brought new opportunities into her life.
I like to think of it as the universe only has so much for you, and you clear some stuff away then something else has space to enter you life, whether that's a new opportunity, venture, person...
I also read about this phenomenon in The Magic Art of Tidying Up. (Have you read this best selling book? I have started utilising her methods in other areas of my home too..)
So I will keep going with my cleaning & clearing and see what magic it can bring into my life.
I love to store items in tins, baskets, wooden crates or the like rather than plastic. I still have some plastic tubs, and I used to have a lot more, but when I come across a prettier item for the task the plastic gets demoted.
There were a couple of really daggy magazine holders there on the shelf too, So I covered them with pretty paper :)
Another example of housing tools in containers other than plastic.
I also had some peg board installed in my studio. The thought here being when I'm working on a series I can hang them all up to see if they're all working together in a cohesive manner.
I recently also had a bigger and better inboard installed. My light box for taking product photos has also moved off my desk and has it's own allocated space.
So there you have it. Far from finished, but I feel good about progress I've made so far. My studio and headspace already feels lighter.