Friday, September 16

A sneak preview!



Our good friends Keith and Dorothy, who we spent 3 fantastic days with in France read my blog ("Helloooooooo Keith & Dozza!") and are coming over in a month's time - when they do, the kitchen will be finished - so this is the only preview I will show - as i want them to have a surprise.
We are both thrilled with the progress - thanks to good friends Spud and Tony who are fitting the kitchen. Jon is very busy with work so can't do a great deal - having reliable capable friends is a god send. The plasterer and builder are good friends too - again so reliable and efficient this has all helped everything so smoothly. Yes we have a delay but that was doen to Homebase - basically the sink arrives on 29th September with a corner unit.
I can live with this - I don't have a sink right now, but this is something Jon can sort out - when he isn't busy. We have an outside tap just by the kitchen door which I am using - and the dishwasher is still here.
Deciding on colours.......Farrow & ball's 'Dead Salmon' hmmmmmmmmm????

Watch this space!

20 comments:

  1. SO shiny! and I confess to zooming in on the picture to work out what is reflected in the door [milk bottle etc on the table] Must stop watching CSI, and their relentless searches for 'evidence'

    looking forward to the final revelations
    Hope you get inside water before it gets too cold outside.
    blessings x

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  2. It's looking good, Denise. Love the cupboard with the lights in, and that shine ... Oh Wow!

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  3. It certainly looks very sleek and shiny!
    If you like the colour of bare plaster, you will love dead salmon, we had that 2 houses ago and it was a lovely warm colour.

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  4. With such a swishy kitchen you'll have to start charging visitors!
    It's gorgeous. Do you just look at it and sigh?
    Jane x

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  5. Looks good so far Denise - I await the finished results.

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  6. That is quite a difference! Love the lighting inside the cupboards.

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  7. So sleek..... I was looking at the reflection & saw a washing machine!
    It will all be wonderfully clean and antiseptic looking when it is finished & will put me to shame!
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  8. I am in love..... such a difference from your old kitchen.... I see many good meals spent in this lovely space.

    cheers. parsnip

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  9. I always think raw plaster looks pretty mcuh like Dead Salmon anyway! You could tell people it was F&B and save yourself a fortune! FABULOUS sneak preview- can't wait to see the rest!

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  10. Glad to hear you arrived home safe and sound after your terrific holiday, even with a few 'exciting' moments on the way home. Your kitchen preview is wonderful and your enthusiasm shines through ~ maybe that's what is making your kitchen so spiffy :)

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  11. Yor new kitchen looks grayte. Ar yu goin to bayke a speshol sellybraytory cayke wen it's all finisht???

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  12. oooh so shiny, I hope you get your sink soon ! thanks for visiting x

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  13. Wow - what a beautiful kitchen!

    Pomona x

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  14. Ahoy thare me heartys!
    A'just dropping off sum piratey prods on Talk Like A Pirate Day! Aaarrr!!!!!!!!!!

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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