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Old 06-21-2004, 09:02 AM   #11
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Garth we love visitors... you best stop by and bring the canvas of the young fella at the pool - I am always amazed by the difference in "seeing it live"

Llnda, your space would be my dream space, you are too lucky.

Good practicals Lynn, thanks.

Marvin, my best buddy is into Feng Shui. Every house we have looked at she has given her input, she would take a few trees down here, then she saw the pool and her train of thoughts flew out the window.
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Old 07-01-2004, 11:00 AM   #12
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Elizabeth,
I was going to mention folding screens, but Garth beat me to it. If you opt for those, there are some lovely Japanese styles with paper panels that allow the light to shine through leaving your working space bright and airy yet concealing the clutter. They come in different heights and lengths. are light, and can be moved around however and whenever you want. An oriental rug in the room would complement the screen, but I would place it on the study side so you don't get paint all over it. There are thin, spongy gym matts available for cushioning your feet while you stand - but those are not especially attractive. You will spend more time painting if you are in the main area of your house rather than down in some dingy weight room.
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Folding Screens... I think this could work, especially if I can get Chris Saper to chime in here.

While in AZ at her lovely home I remember she had a display with some of my favorites pastels of hers on it. I am not sure if it was a "display" or a screen type thing. But I was thinking I could construct some kind of screen that I could put art work on since I have lost so much wall space. I believe Chris' was made of wire? It would be nice to have something that would be able to support framed work, but not look industrial....

Of course Steven, I could just turn the treadmill upside down!
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