Nothing like being at home with a head cold and browsing through the IKEA online catalogue.
So I thought while I’m at it I would share some cute storage ideas that I am interested in checking out next time I’m at IKEA, which is probably not far away,
The KVISSLE Wall magazine rack in white.. I don’t have a lot of wall space in mycraft room for this, but I do like the idea, as I would use it to store my A4 document craft projects documents. I use these at retreats, just grab the folder and away I go. Price $19.99. The link is here.
SKÅDIS Wood Pegboard. Again it’s a wall mounted object and I would need to find the room. I think I would prefer the white one and would use it to store my craft tools, such as scissors, and brushes etc. Its $25.00 and you can find it Here
KNAGGLIG Pine box. I sure do like the idea of painting some of these and using them to store products. They also stack which is handy. $9.99 each and you can find then here.
TROFAST storage combination with boxes, light white stained pine white, It usually $97.99 but at the moment its $87.99. I love the timber white frame and the draws slide in and out with ease. I have two of these and store all my newest releases in these draws with the exception of 12 x 12 paper, as it doesn’t fit. My two have yellow and white drawers, however I do like the pink colour. You can find them here
SVIRA This set of 3 boxes is grey in colour with white flowers. I don’t think I would use it in drawers, but it would be handy for my desk storage. It can be used for just about anything. Its $14.99 here
TJENA Magazine files and come in various colours. This one is pale pink black. I love the design on this one. There only $39.. here
VESSLA I just love these storage crate with castors. They look like they would be great to store 12 x 12 papers as the measurement converts to 15.35 inches. They are only $5.99 each and come with lids. You can find them here.
So that’s it, Read our June Newsletter to see more pics of the TROFAST in action.
So that's about it.. My favourites from IKEA. There is one thing I do know. When I go next, I will probably come away with more than I planned. Who else loves IKEA shopping?