The shadows, play of light, crisp look, design vision, craftsmanship all add up to a stunningly good looking shelf arrangement. I haven't quite finished my part -- adding the kitchen gear -- but am closing in on it. Couldn't wait another minute to capture the new look on the blog.
Brad is installing our new shelves on a day he'd scheduled to the limit. First, he had a quick early morning meeting followed by breakfast at Useless Bay Coffee with Erin, Ed and me. Then another appointment before quickly installing our shelves, and then another appointment later in the afternoon, followed by a drive back to Bellingham. Whew!
here's the door to our machine room. After putting up and removing insulation to enter the machine room for all these months, having a door, fully functional, with hinges and handle, is one of those my-life-works-better items. The handle, by the way, is from Langley's very popular thrift store, Good Cheer.
Ed is dismantling the temporary shelves in main living in preparation for installing our new glass shelves. Beautiful metal brackets have been welded to hold the glass. Brad, working away on design projects and the Bellingham remodel, will be on Whidbey today for the installation. Pictures of the new look later today.
A huge load of chips for mulching the garden is delivered;