Today was a productive day and my Alice in Wonderland inspired floor really stands out now that the shed is 80% organized.
First thing in the morning I wiped down the new medieval table to remove excess stain. Annie Sloan dark soft wax was next, scrubbed it in with the brush then buffed it well.
It stayed outside while a few things were done inside. First hubby hung the shelf cabinet using a French cleat system. He made it with two strips of wood cut on a bevel, one is mounted on the wall and the other on the back of the shelf cabinet. It can be lifted off easily, love that system. Here it is on the north side of the castle shed door.
It was quickly loaded up with votive glasses and lights.
Hubby cut lots of shelves and I mixed up my magic potion of paint, water and some carpenter chalk to whitewash them.
As quick as they dried he mounted the shelves and I loaded them up with all my smaller paint cans and mixes. This is the view to the south turret and the painting station. The cabinet below the work table is gone, there is more room to arrange the gallon cans of paint and the table bases project.
Tools and painting apron hang between work table and paint shelves.
The south turret work station is ready for some planned projects. The center lazy Susan is for painting and making projects.
The back wall is for supplies.
The shelves on the left side of the shed have decor items and miscellaneous, still needs organizing. The north turret is not shown, still needs more organizing.
The floor was cleaned and my new medieval table is buffed and put back in place.
We're all set. The white rabbit and Alice in Wonderland may show up any day. "Drink Me" potion and a key are waiting.