I used left over plybead from the ceiling of the house and wasted drywall was enough to do walls in the loft and kiln room. Waste not. Want not. I simply painted the sub floor with a high quality floor paint. It looks so spacious here!
As I began to move things in, it certainly began to seem less spacious. The ladder leads to the loft where I keep my packing material, photo booth, non pottery tools and recreational gear.
As I move through the production cycle without the assistant I move my rolling tables and carts around to fit the space and task. It offers an opportunity to keep reasonably tidied up. The wire rack now holds available pots for sale. I have a seconds rack on the deck.I have a wonderful view from my wheel looking into the natural woods in the back part of my lot. I'm really enjoying the changing seasonal view. There are both wild mountain laurel and rhododendron bushes that take their turns blooming in spring and summer and of course here in North Carolina we have brilliant color in the fall.