18Jul
the trailer: finally done! | offthebeatenpress.com

Oh goodness! My trailer came together so well! I couldn’t be happier with the results of a year of labor. I wish desperately I could spend all my days slaving away in this little guy! Maybe one day, that dream can be a reality. I got my new logo on the side and my signature, just in case you weren’t sure who he belonged to!

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I have a little “hello” greeting when you enter in, and some quirk in the comfy pillows along the back couch. My mom was amazing and helped me by making the new seating area.
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I left all the wood panels along the back wall that the previous owner had installed. I loved the texture it provided on that wall. The bench though was totally redone and under the cushions, I added storage!

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This is what it looks like when you are sitting on the bench looking back towards the door. I built storage in for my screens base board. I also have a cork wall to pin up images and inspiration!

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All the cabinets cam out at planned. I have so much space, its truly better than I had dreamed. I have tall shelfs and all my junk and clutter is tucked away behind sealed doors.

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The main work area has a compartment for one of my presses. It hides away when not in use. I found these metal storage magnet boards that I installed along some of the walls to use every inch possible.

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The work bench is huge and lines the entire span of one side of the trailer. People can lounge on the couch in the back as I work.

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So, what do you think?! Enough space to run a printmaking studio?!