The structure at the corner of the wheelchair ramp on which we keep various plants had to get moved when our house was being painted at the beginning of the year. It was in pretty bad condition so we decided to make a new one rather than reinstalling it. And now, 8 months later, it's all done :-)
It's not nailed to the ramp: the green wooden struts sit a bit above the ramp and keep the slats in place and the slats rest on the edge of the ramp.
I think it looks very nice and tidy :-)
But that's not all. Martin can't carry me at the moment because of his recent back surgery, so the commode wheelchair is currently in frequent use. Getting it from the bedroom to the toilet has always been challenging as the space it needs to get through is pretty tight.
To free the area up a bit we decided to replace our linen-and-tools cupboard/shelving unit with a much smaller unit. We found a lovely unit on TradeMe, but that wasn't the end. It's smaller so, although it fits all the linen, new homes were needed for the tools.
So we ended up buying a set of little basket trays to hold small things like nails and building a set of shelves with nails beneath to hang things to take care of the actual tools as well as bottles of solvent etc.
Here's a better view of the shelves: complete with baseboard and painted a lovely blue :-)
With many thanks to cousin Geoff for supplies and useful advice, Aunty Elspeth for sourcing materials, Anna for sanding and painting, Allan for the loan of his circular saw and Jan for loan of his drill and helping put the shelves up :-)