What you Need to Know About Scrapbooking Furniture
While scrapbooking itself has been gaining ground for the past decade, greatly increasing in popularity all across the US, only recently has scrapbooking furniture come onto the market. At first, it seemed to be a little bit of a joke, after all, scrapbooking can be done on any furniture, it can even be done on the floor; so then why the need for this new market of scrapbooking furniture? What does this new furniture have that regular furniture does not have?
The Benefits of Specialty Furniture
Although scrapbooking can, indeed, be done on any furniture and most any floor, there are certainly reasons for which one would choose to invest in specialty scrapbooking furniture.
The most popular reason is to get all the scrapbooking supplies (scrapbooking junk according to the rest of the family) off the kitchen table so that the rest of the family can use it on a daily basis and off of that corner of the living room carpet where you've been working and where the family dog comes to check out your scrapbooking supplies in order to see if there's anything worth eating among your goods.
A scrapbooking table and chair will change this entire setup of having the scrapbooking supplies and practice interfere with the rest of the family's activities and family life. Scrapbooking furniture is designed to keep the supplies straight and keep them organized so that they can be used to their fullest extent. The furniture that you choose to use for scrapbooking may be special scrapbooking furniture, or it may not be, but whatever furniture you use, it should keep your supplies out of the path of the rest of the family.
Since scrapbooking has taken a turn to being one of the most popular crafts, the market for all things scrapbooking has absolutely boomed. Scrapbooking furniture and scrapbooking organizers are among the larger items that are bought by and for scrapbookers that do not find their way into the scrapbooking album itself. Most of the other supplies for scrapbooking are quite small, and individually are quite inexpensive.
Organizers and scrapbooking furniture are bigger-ticket items that result in a more powerful profit for the designing and distributing companies. Fortunately, scrapbookers are just as enthusiastic about them as the production companies or otherwise their bigger-ticket items would not be selling at all. Since scrapbooking is only getting more and more popular, supply companies will see even greater profits coming in from scrapbooking supplies from paper to furniture.