Over at Tint Press Farms, we’ve been HARD at work. I’m getting ready to lay some more carpet tiles in the studio this morning. I need a break since Bruce and I laid the kitchen floor for over six hours last night. Thought I’ld share some behind the scenes so far for the studio. It’s been mostly unpacking and cleaning but it’s getting there.
Some progress panoramas above. Somehow Erin evaded all photos. But my true and loyal friend did help immensely with clean up and organization of studio.
This is how it was at the beginning. JAMMED pack with our boxes and leftover items from the original owners. JAMMED PACK!
I can’t even begin to tell you how many cans of oil I took out of here. The two car garage was actually a working garage at some point. Meaning I’m pretty sure I could hoist your car up and change your engine. Definitely give you an oil change.
Anyone need to drill anything really large? I have a extremely large drill press, frame bender…
Bruce trying to remember how to put together the chalkboard station.
Still missing some shelves to our cube unit. They would be tucked away somewhere on the second floor.
Starting to look more like a studio. I’m calling it industrial chic at the moment. The garage was used as a working garage at one time. It was full of
And back to my job. I have till 9:00 in my schedule to lay the next boxes of carpet tiles then back to work. We’re using Nance Industries Commercial Carpeting Tiles from Home Depot to cover the concrete floor under my conference table. They come in different color patterns of grey. Not super sticky but they make it feel more homey.
PS. All I have to say the home improvement reality shows are all fiction!!! Projects take double or triple as long as you think they should. OK OK Back to flooring project. My poor finger tips are nubbins.