what to do to my mansion garage now that i dont need a gift machine and 3D printer in a space.
free at last!!
so those free slots turned into what i always wanted to do to this space..
this was the first space i got as it was from the welcome back package. thats how i joined home.
and ever since its been my to go space for the gift machine and setting new things.
my junk space and a space i never wanted anything to do with in the first place.
well im stuck with it much like that sodium salt game space.. and well, now im free of those machines.
i always wanted a garden space here and the beautiful fountain is a great center piece.
so i got my plants out. (i love my plants) and well in a matter of minutes i got my garden and now im in a dilemma because i really liked my pile of junk i had there since the begining and accumulated thru time.
its a yard sale and a garbage pile..
i hated this place and having it so filled with junk seemed appropriate. or my garage sale.. its garbage so is how i felt for this space.
but now i can have my garden and heres the outcome of what i had free in slots from getting rid of the machines.
i have an awesome plant collection.
i love my plants..
but heres my pile of junk thats accumulated thru time..
i can have the garage sale to put an end to all yard sales or have another place of serenity where the only thing worthy of this space is the palm trees and beautiful center fountain. and will be put as the focal point instead of just being there.
my garbake pile is neato though...
maybe i'll leave it as is and have a ying yang sorta space with what i have already in place.
i cant decide, but if u like one or the other pick ur side..
peace or chaotic..?
the garden i put in a couple mins..
i really like it now that i have alot of pieces and well i can go all out on this.
Your photo here has to be the best green-space usage ever of the Mansion Garage :
I too have always wondered how to make this space workable, and this is quite an eye-opener. Thank you so much for sharing this gardener's pavillion.
Admittedly, for the "junkyard sale" look, you seem to have a gift for making the chaotic display look like art. I might add however that estate barons who own Italian Baroque-style water fountain "features" do not, in general, tend to collect old transformers, nor used tires, nor recycled oil drums
Indeed the junkyard presentation would look equally at home in the Post-Apocalyptic Apartment. Good work, keep it up