As promised, some after shots.
My gosh I was so excited while Jeco was installing them. And Dwight made it very clear I was not to embarras him by taking pictures WHILE the guys were installing them. teehee Does he know me or what??!! But I was good and waited until they left.
Of course, every jobsite needs a supervisor or two. These two stood there most of the morning watching the guys work. You can see Carter also got his tools out to 'help'.
This is what I see now when I stand at the head of the table. (I can't wait to fill my room.)
The green on the wall is called Poolside Blue but it matches SU!'s Bermuda Bay. The dark wall is Willow and it's a brown with a rich gray undertone. Dwight and I both LOVE this color.
My table is 4 feet wide and 12 feet long and weighs 9000 tonnes! Okay, maybe not quite but close, yikes is it heavy. Jeco said we could line dance on it. Um, I'll stick to scrapbooking. lol
This is the cupboard I had designed for my bigshot dies. Handsome young model too. ;)
This is the east side of the cupboards. The top part will be used for displaying 'stuff' and the drawers are for my cardstock and pp. The upper 4 are for 8.5 x 11 the bottom 4 are for the 12 x 12.
This is the west side of the cupboards. I left the last set of cupboards without doors because of the stamp shelf and there is also an outlet in there.
Here's a complete shot. Well, as best I could anyway. My laptop will go in the middle and I need a bar stool to put there as this cupboard is higher than a regular desk.
Once I have my studio 100% done I will post more pictures, I promise. But that will probably take a few weeks as I have no money left. (but I do accept donations. :))
Tell me what you think!! I love it and can't wait to scrap in it.
Thanks for letting me share. :)