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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Summer She Shed & a Peek Inside


I gave my She Shed a fresh look for summer yesterday.......


I replaced the deconstructed wing back chairs with a whimsical pair of vintage wheel chairs


The wing backs are now plant stands in the back yard


The wheel chairs are not really safe to sit in anymore    so I filled the seats with plants so no one would be tempted to try....lol!


This wheel chair still has the original leather upholstery on it 


The tires on the wheel chair have seen better days......


I love the wheel chair on this side with the little wheel in the back......


The seat and back are gone on this one   so I hung a plant on the back.......


Isn't this plant in the seat gorgeous!


Here's the front of the She Shed.......


My She Shed also doubles as an Art Gallery.     I like to sit in my pink glider with a glass of sweet tea,    Listen to music and enjoy a couple of art pieces.    

I've never shared the inside of my She Shed before,    I don't know why.....just never have.      




Today I am enjoying 2 paintings that my parents bought  Dec 22  1978 in Vegas at the Hacienda Casino.


Mother always documented where and when she bought art   

Now,   for a tour of the gallery......










   

I also have pictures under the table,   but it's in a "hot mess" so I didn't share that part!


I always enjoy your visits so much,   please come back soon!






29 comments:

  1. I enjoyed the tour. A nice collections of paintings and I love the vintage wheel chairs.

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  2. What a collection you have Penny! Thank you for linking up with Celebrate Your story link party.
    Kari @ Me and My Captain

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  3. This is so lovely! It reminds me of a movie set! So glad I got to virtually visit your she-shed today :).

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  4. Penny, This is the cutest She Shed I've ever seen! We still have snow here in Maine (unusual but true!) so I envy what looks like beautiful weather where you are. Your little art studio is perfect! Thanks for sharing, Cheryl

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  5. As a fellow nurse, I LOVVVVVE your wheelchairs! You have made me realize that I do not have to find a place in the house where my art choices "work". Thank you so much.

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  6. Penny, Thanks for helping us think outside the box. I was about to donate some of my pictures, but now I make rethink that and keep them. I like to rotate pictures in the house too. I usually only buy things I really like so it is hard for me to give some things away.
    I do love your repurposing things from the past. I worked the medical field too for over 50 years. Oh, how things have changed. I am still working, but not in the medical field. I love genealogy so studying history makes me love the past.
    I feel like your little retreat is something we all should have.
    Thanks for always sharing.
    Leona

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  7. I LOVE your she shed! It's amazing. You're right--that one plant is so gorgeous! :)
    #wonderfulwednesdaybloghop

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  8. It's fantastic I love it and I want to be there now lol! Nice job!

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  9. Love the "She Shed" and as for the wheel chairs..... I am in love 😍 wonderful old piece of history 😊
    Thankyou for taking the time to share your lovely painting, Oh yes I love the sheep, takes me back to my childhood, as I come from a farm. Thanks again, Penny 😊

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  10. The floral and sheep paintings are wonderful Penny. Thank you for the tour, love it.

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  11. Penny, your mind, your vision, and your talent always leave me in awe!

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  12. Love this so much!!! So many details and lovely things to look at, what a delight!! Enjoy the rest of your week!

    Blessings,
    Jill

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  13. You have your own little village. I want to come spend a week with you. Your decor is fascinating. Love all your special touches. Make everyone feel at home. Have a blessed easter.
    God bless. Linda White

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  14. Your shed looks so beautiful, inside and out! I love the clever use of the antique wheel chairs! Have a great weekend! ~Loni

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  15. Wow Penny, this is just darling! I would just want to linger for hours checking out all of your beautiful treasures! Thanks for sharing at TFT!

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  16. Penny,
    I enjoyed visiting both inside and outside your she-shed. The antique wheelchairs are so interesting and make great plant holders.

    Judith

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  17. Hi Penny,
    I really love your she shed and the surrounding area. Just adorable.
    Happy Sunday. Have a great week.
    Kris

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  18. What a nice relaxing place to enjoy some quiet time with your sweet tea! Thanks for sharing with us at The Blogger's Pit Stop!

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  19. Wow... this is amazing, Penny! A little she-shed would be a wonderful addition to MWA! Maybe some day! Thanks for linking-up!

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  20. This is adorable. You have an amazing art collection.

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  21. That is very whimsical and those wheelchairs are really cool. Thanks for sharing!
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  22. Your she-shed is very cute and girly. I love it. TFS with #OMHGWW.

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  23. Penny,
    OMG!!! Love the inside of the shed with all those pieces of art!! I can not believe that you never shared that before!!! I see some Home Interiors items!! I love the wheel chairs and I am always amazed at how you can keep thing outside but I do understand that you do not get much rain. Last year broke all records for the most amount of rain we had and this year is already 3 inches ahead of what we had a t this last year.....If it does not slow down, we will be stuck in the house again all Summer because of rain and humidity that comes with all that rain!!!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  24. Ho fun! I love your she shed!! Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday! We hope you will join us again next week!
    Kim

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