I thought I would just paint the concrete, but after doing online research, decided that probably wasn't a good option either, given the amount of time I had, tools and experience level. I went to Lowe's and found the answer. 18 x 18 peel & stick linoleum tiles with grout. Who knew you could grout linoleum? It was fairly easy, looks like real ceramic tile for a fraction of the time and cost. A perfect solution.
|Starting to add grout|
I had Bennie build me another shelf and moved two existing shelves to make room for it. I've taken supplies out of boxes and put them into glass jars where I can easily see what I have. I love my new creative space.
|Stereo & Storage|
|Bead storage on double doors. These hold my semi-precious beads|
|Found this marvelous twisted branch in OK|
|New shelves w/glass jars|
|Making use of space behind door for paints & stamps|
|Large storage - surplus from manufacturing shop|
|Boxes on left are glass beads|
|Pages friends made for me, decoupages on the side of the big unit|
|I zentangled my ceiling fan blades|
|New ceiling fan for studio.|