In the jewellery workshop: Making space

Where do you do your jewellery making? Do you have a workshop or like many, have you colonised a bit of the kitchen table?

At this time of year it’s possible to bead in the garden or, like one of the London Jewellery School team, turn a flat’s balcony into an open air resin work space, but for most of us finding the space to create involves being creative in how we use out space.

So for some inspiration we took a look at other people’s solutions on Pinterest.

One solution suggested by former LJS student Maria Bateson  is to have a work space in a cupboard that can close everything away. Something like this one, we found on Pinterest.

jewellery workspaces

 

But you may have a built in cupboard or alcove that could become a bijou workspace like this one created by Jen from Iheart Organizing.

jewellery work spaces

 

You can also think about a multi-use space – how about a combined laundry and work space such as this found on countryhome.com. We’re sure there are other examples you could suggest.

jewellery work space

 

But even if you do have a larger workshop are set up, space is probably still at a premium so clever storage ideas are always worth considering – such as this wall mounted tool system

jewellery workshop

 

Please share you storage ideas or link to images of other clever workspace ideas in the comments below.

 

One Comment

  1. Posted July 25, 2014 at 5:16 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Just love it!!!!!

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