Hello, this is my final post on the office of Dr. Ronald Snyder, or

Ronald K. Snyder. 1050 Gilmore Ave. Suite B. Richland, WA 99352 .

I painted this bench bottle green and also dyed the seat cushion.

My handyman husband also added the water photography in the foyer.  Basically as soon as the paint was dry I had him hanging shelves too!

There he is!  What a guy.

Little shelves.

And here are the big shelves.  And you can see the stripes.

I made these two pieces of artwork.  The captian is painted paper on grasscloth and the other is a wallpaper remnant with a water photo I took, a postcard my friend Veronica bought me (and I shared), and a Trader Joe’s Chocolate bar wrapper affixeds with washi tape!

I really thought about giving the captain a pipe in his mouth but then I thought about it being a kids’ space…plus isn’t pipe smoke bad for your teeth?  I dunno…

I gave you my favorite postcard, Ron.  It’s called the Vashon by Marshall L. Johnson.

I have to say, I am still not sure how Ron found the space to carve out this wonderful room.  And the idea to add the kid-height door was a stroke of genius!  Kids love things their size.  Good job, Ron and Ron’s contractor.

Genius, I tell you.

The blocks the magnetic toy on the small shelf, as well as the toy boat are from Aunt Franny’s Toy Store.  Thank you Frances for working with us on getting our order and finding used options when you could.

This table you keep seeing was scored on Craigslist.  It can store two of the striped bins, side by side.

Indoor outdoor rug from Ballard Designs

What’s that you say?  You haven’t seen a picture of the room

In addition to this room, Ron asked us to tie the theme in to the adjacent waiting room.  (It is on the other side of the wall with the short doorway).

A Sandy toy for guests checking in or out…or…for Sandy.  

I think she got the joke before I did.

Nice little lamp from….Goodwill!

The bridge was already in the waiting room and Ron pointed out that we added ‘water under the bridge.’  Again, he got the pun before we did.  Or maybe I am a subconscious punster.

tying in the theme

V is for Victory!

Thank you Ron for a chance to outfit the space you so carefully carved out.  Thanks to Sherry and Sandy for being my point people.

All this talk of the water is making me want to find a beach somewhere.  I think Captain Ron is thinking about his boat….