My friend Kenn in Michigan who encouraged me to start this blog nearly ten years ago, is someone I consistently rely on for information about the Martha Stewart brand. He literally has every piece of paper Martha Stewart has ever published: every single issue of Martha Stewart Living, every single Martha by Mail catalog, every single Kids issue, Baby issue, Blueprint issue, Everyday Food issue. He also has a vast array of media kits and collectible materials. This begs the question: where does he keep it all? Well, he keeps his collections in a room in his home that he refers to as his project room. All of his Martha magazines are stored here. It made perfect sense, then, for him to stock up on the new Martha Stewart Office supplies from Staples to help him organize his collection.
On the top shelf Kenn keeps all 25 years of Martha Stewart Living magazine in the new magazine holders from the Office collection at Staples.
In the blue boxes on the shelf below (also from the Office line) Kenn keeps supplies for card making, gift tags, labels, home decorating supplies (tear sheets, counter samples, fabric swatches, etc.) paint chips, Martha Stewart Living international issues, Blueprint, Good Things, discbound notebook supplies, general office supplies, GoPro Camera supplies, design and inspiration tear sheets, special issues of Martha Stewart Living and notebooks.
In the tan fabric bins (from the Martha Stewart Living line at the Home Depot) Kenn keeps flameless candles, paint supplies, sewing supplies, cards and stationery.
Out of view there are also boxes for audio/visual cable storage, places to store food packaging that Kenn finds inspiring, assorted papers, craft supplies, small tools and more! It is an entire wall of cubbies and boxes by Martha Stewart.
I love that Kenn keeps his collections together and has a designated spot for everything.