What’s behind those curtains?
Watch the slide show below to see how this gal turned her ordinary guest bedroom into an eye popping multipurpose space which includes a guest bedroom, home office, and crafting area!
Creative Home and Garden Ideas From Our Cottage in The Woods
13 thoughts on “Guest Bedroom That Doubles as an Office & Crafting Space!”
Too special…..it looks so easy…just get up and do it! Love the colors!
I agree! Aren’t those colors snazzy 🙂
Beautiful room, beautiful colors – and great organization!
I can’t do a combination guest room/office/craft space because so much of my work involves handling confidential records and information. But an office/craft space would be wonderful!
This slide show has me dreaming, lol! Thanks for sharing!
What I love about the room is… it shows how little space you really need to have a home office. Even if you used another small space where you could lock the closet doors, it would still give you enough room for your home office.
Wonderful. This is a relaxing but inspiring space. Well done!
I just found this blog and I love it! It makes me miss living in the northeast!
Anyway, what great ideas. I’m going to try my hand at the recycled newspaper beads.
And this room is beautiful – very creative use of space!
Thanks for writing & sharing your kind words. Try the beads & be sure to let us know how they turn out!
Thanks for the invite and all of your kind words. I appreciate you featuring my space on your blog you did a wonderful job!!!
This is a wonderful space. Its amazing how a small space like that can be converted into such a multi-purpose space. The conversion of the closet into a little office/craft area is a really great idea.
What an inspiring post. My creative juices are flowing after looking at the slideshow. If only I could keep my home office this clean.
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that SO inspires me to do the same with my small living space, (a studio.) I am an artist who is always struggling for more living and work space. thanks for sharing!
I have a question would you think having a curtain to divide my dining room and craft space be tacky? If Yes what would you suggest to divide the two?