Craft Paint Storage Ideas

Can we talk for a minute? Do you have the same organizing issues we do? LOTS of crafting supplies and no idea how to organize them? Yep, we hear ya! So let me share a few {like 9} ideas on storing and organizing all that beautiful craft paint you have. Organizing your craft paint will save you both time and money in the long run.

CRAFT PAINT STORAGE IDEAS

Ideas for storing craft paint to help you become more organized and save time and money!

 These craft paint storage ideas are not just functional, they are stylish and beautiful too. Whether you have 10 bottles of paint or 100, each of these ideas can be tailored to fit your needs.

So let’s take a closer look at each, ok?

Ideas for Craft Paint Storage that will save you time and money.

Finding Home shares how she stores her craft paint in a vintage toolbox. A great option if you want to keep your paints handy on a table or shelf.

Ideas for Craft Paint Storage that will save you time and money.

Another cute tabletop option is this fun spice rack paint caddy upcycle by  The Palette Muse. This would be a great option if you have a smaller collection of paint and a dedicated spot for painting.

Ideas for Craft Paint Storage that will save you time and money.

Now, if you love craft paint and have quite a bit, this door storage shelves idea by  Natalme is awesome! She even color coordinates it. Nice!

Ideas for Craft Paint Storage that will save you time and money.

Over here at Uncommon Designs, Trish used a divided cube to organize and store her DecoArt craft paints by color. So pretty and useful!

Ideas for Craft Paint Storage that will save you time and money.

Fun and functional. This wall unit with baskets for the paints by Unskinny Boppy is a great way to get organized and keep everything off the floor too.

Ideas for Craft Paint Storage that will save you time and money.

Mad in Crafts shares another option to get the paint up and out of the way and it even adds a bit of wall art. These wire shelves are a great idea and economical as well.

Ideas for Craft Paint Storage that will save you time and money.

Got a cabinet door? Then you can create this brilliant idea by 100 Directions. Such a great idea if you are short on space and all your paint is easy to see and access.

Ideas for Craft Paint Storage that will save you time and money.

Love collecting and antiquing? Then you just might already have what Clean Mama used to organize her paints. These old drink crates make a great way to separate and organize the paints by color.

Ideas for Craft Paint Storage that will save you time and money.

Finally, Today’s Creative Blog has a whimsical way to store paints with pvc pipe. What a great way to create geometric wall art at the same time.

So there you go! Inspired yet? Let me leave you with my number one reason to get that craft paint organized…           it saves you money and time!

Yep, no more trying to find it or wondering if you have the right color. If it is all in one place and organized, you have more time  for the fun part…creating! AND no more buying the same color over and over because you either can’t find or aren’t sure if you already have a certain color…guilty over here on that one!

Also, you do not want to miss Trish’s entire Craft Room Tour

Craft Room Tour and Inspiration via www.uncommondesignsonline.com

I am a bit jealous of her creative organizing skills!

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Welcome to Uncommon Designs. I am Bonnie Mauney and the co-author here at Uncommon Designs. My love for creating crafts, home decor, seasonal decor, and sewing has led me to my desire to share that with you here at our blog. I am happy to have you stop by our little slice of the blog world and join us in Creating A Beautiful Life!

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