the Rope Wrapped Hanging Clothes Bar, for instance. When I was working on the project I was a bit crunched for time so I didn't bother filling in the extra hole I had drilled into the ceiling and I also didn't bother to patch the holes and peeled paint caused by the drawers hanging on the wall.
It was fine to have the hole in the ceiling when I was just photographing the project to write about — I could simply Photoshop the mistakes out of the image. Oh, if only there was a Photoshop for everyday life! Since there's not, I finally went back and properly finished the project over the long weekend. I filled in the holes and then sanded and painted both the ceiling and the wall.
Now the project finally looks really finished — whether seen online or in real life. Surprisingly, it took me less than a month to come back to this project. Now I just have those other projects that have been sitting mostly finished for the past year (or two). (Images: Jason Loper)