Tuesday, May 17, 2011

For Moth Magic...the wall of Ikea Bookshelves


This takes up most of the south wall in my office. The 2 skinny sections have glass doors to keep dust off the display pieces. The top sections are separate book shelve toppers. This photo was from right after set up so it has changed a bit. The bottom shelf of the left cabinet holds ashes and photos of departed family and friends. 3 walls in this room are the color of fresh baked pumpkin pie. :o )

7 comments:

The Frog Queen said...

Absolutely lovely!!

Cheers!

trickortreat said...

Love the pumpkin wall color.
Hey, I saw on Frog Queen's blog that you walked through the WCHC tombstone class --I was in that class. Wonder what we bloggers can do in order to meet each other when we are at events.

Old Fashion Halloween said...

Yeah, I'm a little shy and so is the spouse so I'm not sure if people even remember us no matter how many events we attend. We usually go with Mort and The Baron to haunt things so without them no one ever recognizes us. LOL The last time we saw the Frog Queen was at Frightfest 2 years ago.

Fala Cedar said...

Thanks so much for posting this! It looks great! I'm especially happy to see the glass doors in action, because that's exactly what I was thinking about getting for a craft cabinet in my crafty space -- one of those skinny Billy bookcases with a glass door, but I want to get the frosted glass so you can't see the mess inside. But the clear glass would be awesome for books and nik-nacks. You have a lot of really cool stuff, by the way! I love the Kerry_kate dollie, especially. :)

Old Fashion Halloween said...

Hey..your artwork is in there too! Will have post the cabinet I chose the stripe wood door on because its cool. The only down side is its all bolted to the wall for safety so I can't change the floor easily.

Bruce Beaman said...

Ronda, I'm proud to see some of my lanterns on your shelves.
--Bruce

Old Fashion Halloween said...

Bruce,

That shelf system keeps getting re-worked to rotate my collection but your lanterns are always on display.