I am lucky enough to have a HUGE scrapping/sewing/crafting space. The wall is lined with shelves and I love it. However, I (like most other crafters I know) am always looking for the perfect storage. There are a couple things that I have perfected for me, so I wanted to share those with you guys. This is an old picture (Grayson is definitely bigger than that these days), but it looks pretty much the same.
First up is my ribbon storage. I had my ribbons all crammed in jars by color (please ignore the ugly brown panelling on the wall). It was great because I could just grab a jar that matched my layout - except my ribbons were wrinkled and wound up getting all bunched up together. So I could never just grab and pull since they all wanted to come out together.
So I spent a few days cutting pieces of heavy cardboard and wrapping my ribbons around them. I absolutely love it this way! I don't have a wrinkle problem anymore and the ribbons are so easy to see and grab from the drawers.
Then there is my small embellishment storage. Prior to this, I had lots of little fishing tackle boxes. They were great, and honestly worked for awhile... but the hinges and snaps had started to break so the boxes weren't closing properly. So I had saved lots of baby food jars in hopes of doing something creative with them.
Baby food jars are fairly indestructable (unless you happen to drop one down the garbage disposal then turn it on - oops) so I thought they would make good storage. The stage 1 and 2 jars fit in the box perfectly too. So I transferred my storage to these. I keep them flipped upside down so I can see the colors/type of items in them. And the box stays in the bottom drawer of my desk - so I don't have to lift the entire thing, just the jars I want to use!
So there are just a couple ideas of storage from my scrap room. Maybe they will inspire some storage solutions for you!