Prop Pantry & Weekend in Review

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Did you ever have one of those monumental tasks that felt so overwhelming you thought you were going to loose. your. mind? Me too. For a solid week I’ve been working on going through every single prop I own. Deciding what to keep and what to donate or sell. When we built Grove House, we added two prop storage closets in the studio. One is a large walk-in closet with floor to ceiling shelving and the other is this kitchen pantry. (I’d been holding on to that sliding barn door for 6 or 7 years!) I’ve been slowly, slowly dividing everything up between these two spaces.

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This isn’t even half the stuff…out of the picture is the other side of the room, filled with boxes!
I bought two rolling racks from Sam’s Club which fit the pantry perfectly and will allow me to roll them in and out if need be. I also have a large filing cabinet and a place for my photography gear tucked in there…it’s pretty roomy. One day I’ll give you a more in depth tour of the studio and all the props that made the cut.

By Sunday, I could finally see the piles had started to dwindle and I took the day off and went to the farmers market in the morning. Here’s my market report. After that, I spent the rest of the day with a run to Anthro and Sur La Table, arranging some pretty flowers (cell phone shots below) and wandering around the kitchen making messes and other delicious things.

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By evening it was time for a hearty salad for dinner with some freshly roasted vegetables, a long walk with my Mr. and watching Shawshank Redemption for the umpteenth time.
All in all, a pretty good day of rest.

PS. Between posts you can find me on Instagram (heatherbullard) sharing highlights of daily life.

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