I’m so excited to share the new entryway for Just B that includes lots of coat hooks and creative reuse of some gorgeous doors from ReStore, the Habitat for Humanity store.
These doors were painted mostly black and white and needed some love and attention to pull out their natural wood. That’s where the master work of Neil Byrne came into play.
Neil came up with the concept of hinging the doors on the wall as a faux wall, which allows us to take them down in spring, so they are temporary. He stripped the doors down and painted and varnished them.
Soon, we will have mini murals painted in the bottom two glass panes on each.
Tonight’s yoga class will be the first to experience and use the new walls. Tell me what you think. I’m sure Neil would love the feedback too!
But the excitement doesn’t stop there! Oh, no!
Look, over in the corner. It’s a mouse, it’s a ghost… no it’s a Ninja!
Yes, Just B was honored to get a visit from Ninja #2. No, I was not there when it happened and I hadn’t set up my infrared recording devices in time to capture their stealthy niceness.
If you don’t know anything about all this Ninja business, go check them out here or follow @LansingNinjas on Twitter.
The Ninjas practice stealthy acts of kindness and appreciation in #lovelansing.
Just B is honored to have received a visit.
OK, full disclosure, I did a lot of begging on Twitter 🙂