Finished Work tops. Somehow I know this isnt a smart idea.
The W word, and we are not even close to last gasping here in VA. Hell I got until November, and with Sweet Pea can go most through the year. But with all this Pandemic time on my hands, and I don’t rest for a second. It started to be time to clean out the barn and get ready for some drywall that will be installed in two weeks. Then Heat!
I have had this old hardware store cabinet for years, okay, my entire life, and my fathers life, his fathers life and his fathers life. It’s out of a general store our family owned a bazillion generations ago. The top is from shelves found in my grandfathers basement 40 years ago. The wood is insane beautiful pine
BAM! Back to life. I loved the patina but it was to far gone, and had all this other crap on it,
I love her pulls! TROY?
Restored and they are real and stunning!
Love the Texaco Green, so started using it on all the tables and bases for tops. A color system
I have had way to much fun cleaning, and organizing, designing a color system to clean it up and making a workshop gallery of sorts. Its a concept that evolves.
Added some flair to the workbench
A pencil shelf out of knotty pine
Even the crappy CRAFTSMAN tool box got a sanding and paint
A seating area is starting to emerge.
Open space. Oh there is a plan..
A rough look, subject to change. A Gallery Workshop concept.