Well my friends, the month of the garage has come to an end. How did you make out? Whether you tackled a small corner of the garage or the whole thing you made progress and progress is good! Not getting caught up in the details and all that has to be done is a huge step in the right direction. I got this sweet comment on last week’s garage post and I can’t tell you how happy it made me.
I totally get why it’s taking me so long! It registered finally when I read what you wrote about trying to make it into a showroom! I want it to be functional, but I get so caught up and lost in the details. I’m detailing everything! I actually enjoy working this way, but it’s definitely not the most efficient way to accomplish this project and makes it difficult to enlist someone else’s help. No wonder why they keep disappearing on me. @ Angie
Love that!! Way to go Angie!
He has a welding friend so that definitely helped move this project along. I had priced out bike racks to purchase but found them all to be pretty pricey. Another idea we had was to make one of these PVC bike racks which look to be pretty cool.
Sharon, at Momof6 blog, who I’ve been working with on this garage clean out has done an AMAZING job on her garage and just finished it up yesterday. Wait until you see her before and after pictures. I won’t spoil it by showing them all here but I must tell you that this one picture has got to be my favorite.
Nothing says organization like bins lined up one right after the other. I’m drooling! And all labeled as well, sweet!
So proud of Sharon for doing such an awesome job on her garage and pulling together as a family to make it happen. In Sharon’s words “it just takes a goal, and a plan to achieve it”. Awesome!!
Now it’s time for all of you that took the challenge with us to link up your “big reveal”! I can’t wait to see them all!