the study – updated
I don’t particularly like drilling holes in the walls of the house. Makes me all nervous.
But last weekend, that’s exactly what I did. After procrastinating for (ahem) an entire year I took out my snowman pencil and some other tools, did a lot of complaining and made two trips to Home Depot. But finally shelves are installed in the study.
I needed to do this after having attended to installing shelves in my own craft room recently. Still buoyed by the success of that effort, I was counting on that confidence to propel me through this task.
Cristy doesn’t much care for the lighting, and I have to agree. Too harsh. Plus, we need to thoughtfully edit and place items on these shelves. My hasty arrangement to fill in the empty space leaves something to be desired.
Just to the left of this desk is the adjacent view to the outdoor bird feeder and our recently acquired lounge chair with its temporary cushions.
We seem to make progress about an inch at a time, assembling the rooms of our house to correspond with the way we use them. The still-to-do list for this study includes cushions for the lounge chair, a complementary companion chair and better lighting for the desk.
However, for the moment, feels darned good to cross through 1 item on the list.
I still don’t like to drill holes in the house, but I do like these shelves. Cable bracket hardware and shelves from the Container Store. Toggle bolts from Home Depot.
Thank you for dropping by today!