Well, since these photos were edited first, I hope you Toronto fans will forgive me. Because I have been workin’ this workshop thing and it’s looking mighty spiffy!
Recap from last post / the curbside tables were ready for work, but the walls weren’t. So the (bad) junk was hauled away to make room for a pretty white wall.
A moment of silence please?
Don’t you love how the slight movement of your finger on that mouse made this all look so easy? I wish…
I put everything worth anything at the end of my driveway, including that shelving unit, with brackets still attached. And EVERY last little bit walked off. THRILLED!
My condolences to wife F of the R guy that picked up every last drop. I’ll have to ask for your permission to post names next round. Because you know there will be one, yes? Such a bittersweet moment…
It was so hard to wait. I wanted to try out those tables right away so soooooo bad. And now it is time! Please oh pleeeeeaaaaase fit….
Boy did it! It was perfection. Just enough room for the garbage can. What. A. Table.
You’re either thinking 1 of 2 things… Paint that thing before you get sick or don’t touch it because it’s perfect.
I honestly had hoped to leave it, but it was just too far gone. Even for me… Bear in mind, I want it to look nice for photo shoots. I doubt I could find loose screws on that table this way. Plus it kinda feels like a big balloon filled birthday party going on and a big sing song about to erupt.
Call me Picaso, but funny how we all see something different, isn’t it? 🙂
And then I painted the table in the dark = no pics. That’s ok. Envision the edges still chipped up but the table white.
There it is! I’ll admit the table is a little plain, so I may do something more to it at some point.
BUT!! No time for that. Before the table paint was even dry, I was already hanging stuff on the walls. With no plan of course.
Remember that luscious wood from the curb the other day?
And then I brought these guys out to play.
And then I brought out all kinds of riff raff to hold screws, and drills and things that could hang other things.
And then I really got to work because those screws and drills were just too tempting.
White, bright and a little bit reclaimed wood crazy… I think that pretty well sums things up! Nearly there! Maybe tomorrow?
At least I have a Toronto series on hold. You know… just in case. 🙂