Refiting the man cave
Posted on 29 Apr ’11 by Earl Moore
We purchased our current home in 2006 knowing there would be many changes needed to make it seem like ours, to fit our taste, but the “bones” of the house were good and the layout was greatly to our liking. Five years later, with large or small revisions to every other room, it’s my office’s turn next week. The project begins with painting and wainscoting and will end with more contemporary furniture.
I’m using this as an opportunity to clean out and throw away things not used for years. My office had become a “marshland” in its own right for old computer parts and miscellaneous junk — kind of a computer/photographic nerd man cave. Even now there’s a little voice in the back of my head telling me I’m going to need those “widgets” or thing-a-ma-bobs” any day now.
I’ll be glad when it’s finished and I can settle back in.
This above image was made in a marshy area above a small pond in one of the local parks I visit and it shows all the signs of spring growth both directly and via interesting reflections. Have a good weekend.
TGIF – Have a safe weekend!