I'm a grandmother, a retired teacher, an avid reader who loves historical re-enactment, English Country Dance, writing and Op Shopping. My business www.StepIntoHistory.com.au is designed to help children experience history through school incursions.
Published October 26th 2014
I've seen Renovators Barn lots of times. I assumed (correctly) that it was full of doors and windows and wood and gates... and it is.
Definitely worth a look inside.
Windows of all sizes.
BUT, did you know it also has collectibles and antiques and all sorts of interesting second hand crockery, books and really cool stuff. I saw an old stroller, a wash board, old horse collars, lanterns, and my favourite - a hook on car seat like the one my sister sat in on the front bench seat of our Holden in the sixties.
My sister traveled in one of these.
Could it be a commode?
Of course it also does have rows and rows of doors, windows, fences and gates. I saw 2 sets of wooden stairs. If you've paid to have steps replaced lately you'll appreciate them. There are shelves of louvers and coloured glass which could be used in stained glass. And there were even some stained glass panels. I saw baths and wash basins, rows of stoves and fridges, whole kitchens, lounge suites, dining tables and lots more.