We have several projects on the go and some just seem to evolve over time.
Today we put the finishing touches to what I like to think of as a mini-mudroom. It is certainly a useful addition in weather like today – we have had 35mm of rain so far.
This corner is in the workshop which opens to the backyard as well as being the transit route from the garage to the main part of the house via an internal staircase. The grey door is visible in the photo.
GMan painted this section of the workshop recently before we installed the hanging rack. It is a shoe rack which my mother had used behind her bedroom door for shoe storage. I brought it home last year with only a vague notion of how I might use it. This has proved to be the perfect purpose and location.
The timber storage box doubles as a seat. I found this on a local secondhand site last year.
This is a great example of how you can improve the functionality of small spaces with minimal funds and a little bit of creative thinking.