The bungalow is finally beginning to feel like my home; I’ve just swept away the cobwebs and cleaned the windows in my kitchen and it’s lost its sad and neglected air. I always knew this place had the bones to make a lovely dwelling.
|clean shiny oven!|
Paul is currently ripping out fitted wardrobes from the guest bedroom and frantically painting walls and skirting board before the new carpets arrive. The wardrobes were okay but there were far too many and they dominated the room, it was all bed and wardrobe. Kat arrives for her first visit on Friday so we are trying to get the room ready for her.
There is a lot to do. The heating system does not work properly but we have to wait until the end of the month for a heating engineer, the toilets are faulty and the gas fire doesn’t work. I will leave you with a few photos to give you a feel for the bungalow as it is now.
|this bathroom is going to be replaced|
|a very long and 'green' hallway|
|not much to do in the dining room|
|the vaulted garden room, Rick's favourite place|
|we shall replace the archway with double glazed doors|
|the inner hallway is big, I'm not sure how to use the space yet|