We talked about painting the back wall of the shelves with an accent color, so I painted the first one sage green to see if we like it. The jury is still out on that one.
The folding table in the foreground has a bunch of stuff that was on the old shelves. The sideboard in the dining room is also full as are two 18-gallon totes. Needless to say, all those things are not going back onto the shelves when the time comes.
I have set up a temporary table in the garage using totes full of pottery (handy things to have around, eh?). That's where I'm painting the shelves. Once I get the shelves finished and back in the bookcase, I can put the bookcase dwellers back and use the folding table to paint the doors.
As you can see in the picture, I have the drapes looped up around the rod since I painted the bow window and haven't taken the tape off yet.
Anyone need anything painted? I'm thinking of going pro.
|Even more disheveled than usual.|
|Impromptu painting table.|
|It's so sad when a tripod fails.|
This one cost me about $10 in the 80's
so it doesn't really owe me anything.
|Binkley inspects the work for edibility.|
Luckily it failed.
|My good friend Becky gave this bowl of hostas to us|
and here's proof for her that they're doing well.
|Our decade-old day lily blooms once again.|
|The elderberry is going crazy.|