Any fool can make something complicated. It takes a genius to make it simple." - Woody Guthrie
Wednesday, 5 September 2012
The Big Revamp ...
It never fails to amaze me how much you can learn from the internet and how bloggers openly share their ideas and creativity across the world, now that is a frightening thought. Whilst I know there is a downside to technology, my personal view is that this is greatly outweighed by the positivity in blogland. So having picked up some great ideas I decided that, as someone very special would be visiting, a little bit of creativity and upcycling was required on my part.
That's fabulous - someone is going to be very happy!ReplyDelete
Thank you. It has been met with approval however the lack of a sink was bought to my attention!Delete
So lovely, we did this years ago in nurseries! Unfortunately health and safety rules came so we were told we could only but the ridiculously expensive ones in the catologues!ReplyDelete
I did recently buy a cabinet for this purpose but chicken out! Ive been well and truly brain washed by the H and S brigade! I think I need to ask amongst my friends with little ones! I could then gift it to them!
Bet your little visitor was very happy! Ada :)
That's cracking! Very clever revamp..loving that she wants a sink...hahaha - when I think how often I resent being shackled to my kitchen sink, that really tickles me.ReplyDelete
That's brilliant. Now I'm racking my brains for sink ideas. I suppose if you took the top off a similar cupboard you could drop a plastic bowl in and then real water could be used with one of those curtains gathered onto taut wire to hide the under sink 'mess'. Real taps would be fun. I'm taking some off an old basin. I'd better save them!ReplyDelete
I have seen them with a metal dog bowl inserted, which is very effective but I am not handy with a jigsaw!Delete
You did a fab job on this!ReplyDelete
I want one too, probably just ever so slightly to old though!
Have just found you and will be having a further mooch.