This is neither new nor in any way special, but I wanted to make my own for simplifying doing my laundry: The T-Shirt-Fold-O-Mat.
I finallly did the necessary touch ups on the garden shed in the northern germany refuge. To be honest, it is still not pretty and you cannot see so much of a difference, but as so often, it was the little things that required attention:
1. Replaced the broken roof tiles
2. Reinforced the wooden beams where necessary
3. Added an additional side wall for added space and stability of the projection portion of the roof
4. Fixed the front roof-cover
Pheew… Maybe I’ll give it a paint job in spring next year.
Aaaand I’ve been a nastily lazy person lately. Let’s see how much I’ll be able to accomplish… 🙂
Learning by doing. Now that it’s ready I discovered that, in reality, it may be way too small for my needs. After checking the dimensions with the Amazon Grill I found on the internet: The measurements do match, but that thing is really a bit tiny for two persons wanting to eat…
The “coal in a flowerpot”-idea really didn’t work at all, so here’s what what I came up with instead last weekend:
I tried it with a 3-cm-vermiculite board from the hardware store and some heat-proof cement. Here’s the outcome – it still has to cure a little (according to the package) and I’m curious how it’ll work out. (See the other parts of the process if you like: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV)
Lately, we removed a part of the wall separating the kitchen from the living room, creating a counter. Thus a normal living room door would always have stood in the way, so we decided to put in a sliding door instead. It’s “Barn-Door” style and, well, it is really barn-ish looking:
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