So we are 2 months in the new building in Williamsburg , and there is still a lot of work to be done in getting the bindery ready.The wooden floor was refinished , walls painted , we painted the door red.(i figured we could use the good fortune)
The rest of the building is actually a building site , as they are still working on the bottom 2 floors for Talas .We only got a phone line last week , and we wont have the internet until february , and it has not been uncommon for me to spend days not binding , but building thresholds , and pouring concrete!!
One of the challenges we face right now is storage. So with this in mind , I came up with a good solution for storing your decorative finishing wheels. I have seen this kind of thing in binderies before .
Clipped to the wall , they are easy to see , reach and get at , and you don`t need to build a cabinet .
If you need to move them , just remove the wooden boards and screw them in elsewhere, so they are portable too!I made wooden panels covered in suede to protect the wheels , and prevent them from scratching and hitting the wall.I hope to fill the whole wall!!!!!!!!I looked in all hardware stores for the particular horsehoe spring clip.....you can only get them online