With Covid-19 turned the world upside down, it has literally altered the way we live our lives. As for artists for example, the simple act of going to their art studio may be a challenge since the world is currently on lockdown. Thus, many are converting their home into their new art studio. With such in mind, it becomes important to ensure that it’s free from viruses, which can be done by hiring a cleaning service.
Basically, this is going to be a combined effort on your end and the sterilization company as well. Because aside from them sterilizing your home and your materials as well, it will be necessary to keep the space free from clutter and disorganization. Besides, this is going to benefit you in the long run as it will free you from any distractions.
Creating an Organized Art Studio at Home
But not everyone has the knack for keeping things in order in their place. So how you should do this then?
Get rid of Your Art Supplies
The very first thing that you have to do when you are organizing your art studio is by eliminating all stuff you will never use or not need. Probably, you know if you have tendencies of hoarding stuff. In such, you need to spend more time and effort as well to acknowledge the fact that you will not need all the same brush types you bought or those Styrofoam spheres.
However, don’t just throw in the garbage the paints and markers or any surplus you have. It is preferable if you are going to donate them. There are many charities that would take it and thank you for it.
Take Advantage of Containers
In regards to this matter, using containers work perfectly for drawing, painting and writing instruments. There is no need for you to spend buck load of money on buying fancy decorative bins. Instead, you may use mason jars and tin cans for storing pens, markers, pencils as well as paintbrushes.
At the same time, you may find all kinds of nice and cool containers at thrift shops and dollar stores. These open containers will ensure that your tools are easily accessible and visible.