We live in the centre of Brussels in a medium sized apartment and don't have an extra room where I could have my studio or something, so I usually paint in the kitchen. If you would like to see how I organize my painting stuff in my tiny kitchen, than this is your chance.
When we visited the appartement about three years ago, I knew immediately that I wanted to display my painting stuff here. The two boards in the wall would be perfect for it! On the top shelf, I put down my sewing box where I keep all my drawing stuff, oil paint and watercolors. On the left you see some books about painting, drawing and modelling clay. On the right you can find my brushes and palettes.
The sewing box was one of the best ideas I had (if I may say so myself) on how to organize my painting stuff with so little space. I bought it on a market and especially liked the black details! And the 'legs' can go off, but I like the fact that I can put something underneath it now, such as my notebook.
In the top of my sewing box I keep my watercolour paint on one side and my oilpaint on the other side.
In the middle of the box I keep my watercolour pencils on one side and my FaberCastell Ink pens and Design Pens on the other side.
In the bottom of the box I keep my pastels, oil pastels (on the side... where there was some room left, haha) and my charcoals. I did my charcoals in the lid of an other box, so they would stay together and the whole thing wouldn't end up in one big mess.
On the shelf below I keep the acrylic paint that I'm currently using (I keep all the new ones in a different box), my fixating spray, varnish, drawing materials (erasers, pencils etc.), and everything else you see on the picture.
I am an aspiring visual artist, (screen)writer and filmmaker. On my blog I write about the process of improving my skills, about grabbing every chance I get to become more experienced and about learning from ups and downs. Besides that, I write about everything that inspires me, like film, photography, paintings and psychology.
P.S. I am not a native English speaker, so my English is far from excellent. Sorry for that.