Why? You ask..
Butcher block. Oh Yeah!
Tables need legs...so we counted 48!!! Yes, 48 legs!!!
I wanted white, but then the girls brought me to my senses!!! Thanks, ladies.... :-)
After Portland, we drove to Kathy's house in Eugene.
After an AWESOME tour of
Ginger and I camped out in her motor home in the driveway...how cool is that? She was a bit worried, and even had a bad dream that I was all "crooked-up" in the morning from being uncomfortable, but it was fine...I'd totally do it again!!
... and I can totally relate to her "guest" rooms (ex-kiddo rooms) being chock-full of arts and crafts supplies..but, I would totally have slept in there too!
The next day, we shuffled on over to Barb's to pick up my treasure. I've been eye-balling this beauty for a couple of years, at least. Well, she finally decided to make some room in her shop and I'm the lucky new owner! Perfect!! 26, yes, 26! galvanized, very long drawers... the top shallow drawers are perfect for all little things "trinkety".
I'm deciding WHAT to put on the top...right now it's a piece of OSB. What would you put up there?
Once upon a time, Barb spotted this at a garage sale. It was SUPER heavy and full of tools and out of her price range...Some time later, she spotted it at another yard sale, tools removed and inquired about whether it was for sale or not. The man agreed to sell, even though it wasn't for sale. It worked hard in her shop for a few years, and now it will work hard in mine. The End.
Last little addition to the studio?
These need a bit of a face-lift, but what around here couldn't use a little work?
Things are moving right along...