You never know what you could get for Christmas.
It could be more things to make your hobby room really pop with inspiration. Or it could be more supplies you have really been wanting. Like that new camera lens to make the most of your shots. That room has been the same since you put it together, it’s time to give it a little updo.
Ask yourself, does the room match your personality? Craft and hobby rooms don’t have to just resonate the craft itself. In fact there is more ideas flying around the room if there is something that ties you to the room. It’s as simple as that. So, the first thing you need to do is make sure the room gives off some of your vibrant personality. Even on your bad days, this room should bring a little brightness to you.
Prioritize things. In order for the room to be truly functional, things have to be prioritized. Organizing hobby rooms has happened before, but it didn’t happen to the most functional capability as possible. Now is the time to take on that task. A functional space will be clean to your standards. Sure, it may help to have a sort of OCD with the room, but there are those that have the disorganized, organized personality. They function better if there is a table with a bunch of creative ideas running around. Don’t expect yourself to change overnight, just make sure that the most essential supplies are in spots that you can find them easily.
Get yourself out of this situation!
Leave it at that or go one step further and add some finishing touches around the room. Things that will really make the room feel like ideas are seeping through the walls waiting to get grabbed up! You can do this!