The art and craft studio is nearly complete. One of the major successes in this room is the Flow Wall storage under the eaves of the sloped ceiling. I couldn’t be happier with the ease of installation and the storage possibilities.

If you remember my plans from September, I sent this sketch to Flow Wall and they shipped out the wall panels and components immediately. Then I had to deal with pneumonia, water leaks and my littlest guy came down with mono last month. But, once I cracked the first box, it only took me an afternoon to hang the flow wall panels; assemble all the cabinets; and mount them on the wall panels.

The only speed bumps were cutting holes in the panel for outlet holes, but the Dremel Multi-Max (affiliate link) or a jigsaw make light work of this task.

Here’s a quickie little video to show you how easy it was to install and how the storage is flexible and can be moved at the slightest whim:

Pretty sweet, huh? I love that we can change it up as my budding artists graduate past playdough and crayons.

That’s all I can show you right now. Click here to see the final reveal and full tour of the art & craft room!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I have been compensated for my time and received the Flow Wall System compliments of Flow Wall. However, the ideas and words are all my own. I was not told what to write. I believe you have the right to know when a post is sponsored. Regardless of whether a post is sponsored or not, I believe in honesty, truthfulness, and complete transparency in my posts.

13 replies
  1. ann casey
    ann casey says:

    I’ve seen other garage/slatwall systems, but this really seems to be a better solution for the average homeowner – geat tutorial!

  2. Karen
    Karen says:

    I love your flow wall. Great how everything can be adjusted to suit your needs. I am suspecting it’s a pricey storage system, but it is wonderful. Going to check out there prices right now. Cheers.


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