I’ve been pricing shelves for the wool bins.
Finding shelves big enough & deep enough has been the cause of some serious sticker shock & pricing lumber to build them even more so.(I can’t get over how much lumber prices have risen this past year!)
So the other day we were in the work room talking about design…I need deep shelves as with anything shorter than 14 inches lets the tubs slide right out on the floor. I also needed a deep top shelf to protect the wool from fading under the light bars. Shelves tall enough to store the tubs 1-2 on a shelf. Anything more is an avalanche waiting to happen. Grocery store shelving would be perfect…. & he just grinned like dream on !
Look what he brought home….SHELVING!
When they redesigned the parts store, they had a few extra heavy duty commercial shelving units left over which have been stored in the barn out back. Sunday he pulled a set out for me and hauled them home. Within half an hour we had frame up and I was able to load the tubs as we went to set the shelf height. Crazy as it sounds I’ve actually gained floor space. The added bonus is the these leftover shelves had been stored freshly painted to be nice and clean for the redesign!
This how it still looks this morning. I’d already had each color labeled in its own tub & now I need to repack a few bulging tubs and arrange colors as I’d like them.
I love my new rainbow wall& my hubby who I swear has a computer hard drive built into his brain.
I need to gather bags from prior projects and get them sorted out &, I’m thinking to store the un-dyed on the upper empty shelves with an overflow bin…..I’ve so many ideas & hope this weekend I can dive back in there and start arranging.
On the knitting front I’ve 2-3 WIP’s nearly done and will have photo’s up soon.
Have a wonderful weekend, I know I will