The 'faux' cottage window is velcroed in place and I've tiled under the new window sill.
These are handmade tiles with irregular edges. I'm really pleased with them.
Did you see my new love?
Gotta have a crate...
I gave up on brick wallpaper. It was too gloomy. I donated it to my daughters school for artwork backdrops.
Despite the hanging of this...
...single drop of paper being THE. MOST. DIFFICULT. DIY manoevre I have ever undertaken. It took an hour and I sooo nearly wept. Once it was up I tried to love it. But I had to admit that I made a mistake.
Bye bye wallpaper. Hello tongue and groove.
I absolutely love it. It's bright and white and country looking. This entire wall cost £6.99. It's dead cheap and so much fun to do. Unlike wallpaper.
The vintage signage backsplash...
We're still working on the shop. At least we can have photos now. Proper photos taken by my husband. Mine are awful. I tried so hard and I cannot get the horizon straight.
So what's next for this
Elf sized. I want to make one of these...
I've already taken it outside and ripped the front off...
But I wasn't expecting to find that it was constructed from haystacks!
Instead of timber batons the door contains straw batons.
Rather odd and flammable I would have thought for a kitchen!
Oh and there's still the other end of the kitchen to tackle, the lighting and that floor!
Don't worry. I'll pace myself.
Last chance to beg for your votes!