Over a year ago I converted my guest room into a design studio or craft room for my sewing, scrapbooking, painting and other creative pursuits. I updated it again to have more storage and now I've updated it again to help me take photographs of my handmade quilts.
I've been using thumb tacks, push pins and even safety pins to hang my handmade baby quilts so I can photograph them for our Etsy store. This has left hundreds of holes in my wall and has caused my post production color issues as my wall is slightly pink.
I had been doing research on backdrop systems photographers use for photo shoots, homemade pvc alternatives, quilt hanging wood blocks, really everything I could think of. On a visit to my favorite furniture store, Ikea, I found the perfect thing -- a curtain rod with curtain rings with clips! Great news, its not expensive or hard to install either ;)
I can move my storage containers around, quickly and easily clip up a
quilt and take pictures. When I'm not photographing quilts then I can
put my storage containers back. While I mostly only use a small portion
of the curtain rods and clips for the majority of our baby blankets, I
got a curtain rod long enough to support a a king size quilt to show off
my larger master pieces.
With the white clips and rod I can more easily find true white when correcting the color of the pictures. I also added colorful, inspirational fabric in black frames to help provide more color to help the graphics program make better 'automatic' adjustments.
Racka curtain rod
Betydlig wall/ceiling bracket (I got 4 for the length of my curtain rod)
Vasentlig finial set
Syrlig curtain ring with clip and hooks (comes in 2 sizes, I got 4 packs)