Excuse the mess on the table. As you can see, we're still picking at the little things.
I commandeered a little used TV from our bedroom to use as a classroom display for slideshows, videos and digital whiteboard. The problem I had was the existing wall is not a load bearing wall and the studs are two feet on center. Not enough support for a heavy LED screen. As you can see in the photo, there is more than one way to 'skin a cat', as the saying goes.
A quick trip to the big box hardware store and I had all the parts needed for a practical and somewhat artsy looking TV stand. My business partner feels the pipes should be painted but I'm kind of liking the industrial look. It matches the brickwork.
I also have a small 19" LED TV I'm thinking of making a small portable stand for. Something with wheels and a laptop shelf for tethered workshops. That'll be out of plumbing parts too. The grown-up's tinker toys. (that and PVC pipes)
This weekend I'm looking to get all the tools out of the studio and move some more of my gear in. I have a workshop the following weekend I have to be ready for.
P.S. I have set up and am populating our new web site for the studio. It's still a work in progress... connectedrealities.space