The organizing and reshuffling of things that live in the garage continue. This time a little asthetical surgery on the garage. The blinds the owner left behind were covered in layers of dirt and dust. I didn't want to bother hosing them down. I figured I'd just find some replacements at a thrift store.
Then it occured to me, while sitting on my deck enjoying an adult beverage and staring at these ugly blinds, that I could put a picture or two (or even three I suppose) in that space and point them back out to the outside.
Lo and behold, the Goodwill near my office had a couple of matching pieces of wall art that I thought were nice enough for a garage window. Alas, Nightingale feels these may be too nice for a garage and despite my claim that the frames are a bit beat up, these may end up in the house and I'll be back to the drawing board.
At the same Goodwill, I came across this item pictured below. My city saavy told me this was a duck but Nightingale informed me it was a goose. Either way, it will go on our front lawn in the spot that often pools during heavy rain making an impromptu pond.
|His name is Herman, no word yet on whether he steals Formal Dates|
Is that peg board paneling on one of your garage walls?ReplyDelete
Herman must be having quite a swim today! Or at least he would be in my backyard, which is flooded!
Yes there is peg board on approximately 50% of my garage walls. The rest of the wallspace has insulation and plastic. Why the previous owner didn't finish the walls is beyond me.ReplyDelete