A RESPITE IN THE WORKSHOP

October 10th, 2009 in member junk     
zazzyzee zazzyzee, member
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I wanted to use an old rope bed I have and just love, so I created this little "corner of respite" in my workshop.  I set up the bed and used some very old doors -which I had removed from old barns years ago- as a backdrop.  Love these doors.  I placed some old lantern hangers on the doors and draped some fabric over them as a makeshift canopy. I then hung an old iron chandalier and another candle piece.  I have never used this area for anything except as a catch place for other junk!  Too many projects to even think about laying down on this old bed and maybe dreaming of the gal who may have at one time really knew what it meant to "sleep tight"!


Pattern or design used: My own design - zee
posted in: member junk, metal, wood, funky, house wear, fabric

Comments (7)

Junk_Sophisticate writes: Love the mix! Nice work.
Candy Posted: 3:54 pm on October 12th
RustyDiva writes: Oh how I wish I had a workshop much less a respite corner! Love love the doors! Great job ~ use that space! Posted: 11:22 am on October 12th
shabbychick writes: Great little corner in your workshop world!!

Kathy Posted: 9:25 am on October 12th
suewhitney writes: Wowsers! Love your respite corner...very junk chic.

Sleep Tight!
Sue Posted: 9:06 am on October 11th
oldnews writes: I think I'd have to MAKE time! Looks like a wonderful place to comtemplate what to do next!! Marie Posted: 11:39 pm on October 10th
monakent writes: Wonderful stuff in this picture! Your workshop must be amazing. gailmarie Posted: 9:29 pm on October 10th
alicemom writes: Love the scene!
Smiles, alice Posted: 9:08 pm on October 10th
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