Wednesday, February 24, 2010
orange you glad that i didn't paint it vanilla?
before i begin, i want to thank you for reading my blog and bearing with me while i peel off layers. the peeling is not literal, since we had freaking SNOW here yesterday.
i had mentioned a few posts back that studio arancione was finally finished. i can actually play in it and make things now. the taming of this tangerine beast was by far the biggest demon to wrestle in the past two years of rehoming. the last studio was over twice its size, yet i think the smaller footprint has proven to really work. okay, it has to work.
the above wall is dubbed the praying wall. i will have something in my hand and pray that i can squeeze it in. if i can't, it gets the mallet.
i find it no small miracle that my shelving units and thrifted herman miller file cabinets fit perfectly in this floor plan. the two cabinets have a half-inch wiggle room. seriously amazing. although, i needed more worktable space, two workstations had to go. one was repurposed in the kitchen and the other in the laundrette.
things can almost be found now. i can play and soak up some vitamin C in the dead of winter. orange you glad that i didn't paint it vanilla?