Whether you love painting, drawing, scrapbooking or sewing, simply continue reading to find out about a few innovative storage ideas, for your collection of art and craft supplies.
Innovative storage ideas for your art and craft supplies:
Acrylic paint storage ideas:
1. Purchase an acrylic paint holder
It’s well worth making an effort to properly store your acrylic paints. As an example, you may like the idea of purchasing an acrylic paint holder in order to make sure that your acrylic paints don’t spill onto your flooring. As it can be extremely difficult to try and remove paint drops or splatters from hardwood floors or carpet flooring.
Better yet, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to selecting an acrylic paint holder that has dozens of slots to hold different paint shades. Just be sure to organize your paint holder by colors and to group all of your paints into their color groups.
2. Store your paints in affordable storage cubes
So that you’ll easily be able to select your paints when it comes time to work on a new painting or craft project. As there’s nothing worse than struggling to find the right shade of paint for an art project.
Alternatively, if you can’t find a suitable acrylic paint holder, you can’t go wrong purchasing a few storage cubes to organize your growing collection of acrylic paints.
3. Store your paints in a trolley
If you tend to paint in different rooms or enjoy painting outdoors, in the warm summer months, it’s a wise idea to store your paints in a trolley. As you’ll be able to push your paint supplies to any room in your home or out into your garden.
4. Floating shelves
If you’re running out of room to store your paints and art supplies, it’s well worth hanging up a few floating shelves in your art room. Which you’ll be able to use to line up all of your acrylic paints.
Canvas storage ideas:
1. Large shallow plastic containers
You may want to stack your high-quality canvases in large shallow plastic containers, which you’ll be able to hide in your cupboards. Alternatively, you’ll also have the option of storing your canvases in large shallow plastic containers, which you can keep under your bed. Where they’ll be kept safe and are unlikely to be damaged before you need to use them.
You can also use large shallow plastic containers to store other art and craft supplies such as wool, fabric, pastel sets, pencils and cardboard paper.
2. Wrap your canvases in old sheets
Another way to store your canvases until you’re ready to use them is to wrap your brand new canvases in old sheets, which you no longer use. As your sheets will protect your canvases from damage and are soft enough that they won’t accidentally cause damage to your high-quality canvases.
Hopefully, you now have a few ideas of how you can safely and efficiently store all of your art and craft rated supplies such as acrylic paints and canvases.