I’ve found a small solution – about 1/5th of the space I had, but somewhere to work and it has a roof that’s higher than floor level.  I’ve also got the storage sorted elsewhere.  Not ideal but better than nothing. 
And we get the house back.

Sorry – not very good pics and not flattering for DH – shush…. Don’t tell him about this one.

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(above) This is the back room.

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Looking in from the outside door.

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Looking back to the outside door.  A small sink with a bucket for collection – good enough to wash out a paintbrush.

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Not bad and only 1 mins drive away.

On a different note I was looking through the John Lewis mug selection for this item

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Thinking it was more appropriate than this

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I had to agree totally with this one

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Decided I wasn’t slim enough (or a good enough baker of cakes) for this one

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But could fit this one

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5 thoughts on “A small solution

  • 14/01/2010 at 3:08 pm
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    Helen I'm glad you have found somewhere, perhaps not ideal but better than the current situation, love the mug gallery ;o)

    take care, thinking of you, Frances x

  • 14/01/2010 at 4:25 pm
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    Glad you've found somewhere, is it in warm? Can it be made warm?
    love the mugs they seem to echo my life at the moment!! Apart from the yummy mummy that is ;->>

    Good luck with the move in

    Sue

  • 14/01/2010 at 7:40 pm
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    I agree, an occasional Freak Out does you the world of good! But the Happiness one would be my choice! Glad to see you've found a place to work in. Hope it's nice and warm as it's still oh so cold!

  • 15/01/2010 at 11:04 am
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    Sorry to hear about your studio but greatly admire your “straight-in” approach to sorting out the problems! Equipment can be replaced but hope you haven't lost too much work-in-progress. Onward and upward!

  • 16/01/2010 at 8:21 pm
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    Looks an ideal temp space for you Helen. Seems to me that the red cup would suit you best. That's the face you have shown the world through all your nasty experiences with the snow. You've certainly been keeping calm and carrying on.

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