The most important part of the room, my lovely big craft desk
and all my little favorite bits stuck on the walls around it.
I made the pen pots years ago by papier mache over old plastic containers such as the bottom half of old lemonade bottles. They were dumped in the garage while we were abroad and now have a new coat of paint.
Because the desk is in an alcove I wanted to separate it off from the rest of the room. I used to have a curtain but that didn't go with the brighter cleaner look so I have hung butterflies along the bar where the curtain track went and when my craft paper arrives from TZ will cut out semi circles and hang them along the top - sort of bunting style, at the present it is just the templates that are hanging there.
I originally thought of putting cork board behind the desk and painting it so that I had a notice board. Then I came up with the idea of painting washers (you need to strip the shiny surface off them first, I used spirit of salts) and then attaching things to them using magnets or as in the photo magnetic paper. If the paper is too heavy it doesn't work but for lighter things it is great and the washers look so pretty.