The flat continues to become more a flat and less a few damp rooms at the bottom of the house.
The bedroom and bathroom are the most complete.
The bathroom now has a proper mirror, which is a pivot mirror so adjustable for tall and short alike. It comes from Next, which is the first thing I have bought from them.
I still really like this view from the bathroom back into the bedroom.
I have finished painting all the things green that are going to be green, including the double doors on the bedroom side. They just need some handles now.
And some storage has been added to this room. Clothes are hanging in a space which will ultimately be an enclosed wardrobe.
Shoes hidden in a shoe cabinet from Ikea along with some shelves and white boxes for er, more shoes.
I also picked up a little bin for this room from Jane Newbery in Dulwich. Pretty.
One last small addition is a hook on the back of the door. I bought this well over a year ago from Graham and Green in their sale, so pleased to finally have a home for it.
The connecting space between the bedroom and the sitting room will also be the connecting space between the flat and main house. This separation has started. Which also means a space has been created which will hold another loo for the use of the main house.
The green steps are currently standing in for the loo so we can check there is enough space, which there is, just.
And this is the big hole that has had to be dug by the back door to connect all the plumbing.
In the front room which will be a lounge and kitchen space the kitchen has been delivered and partly installed. It’s actually has white gloss cabinets, but the protective cover is still on.
This room us usable now and some furniture has been added. Including this rocking chair which I treated myself too, also from Graham and Green, also in their sale.
And by night…
Somewhere for me to sit and rock back and forth like a little old lady working on my sewing. Probably muttering.
But the rest of the room is still a bit ramshackle.
The front door for the flat is the next major piece of work.
This kind of lobby area has access to the old coal storage hole. This now has a new floor fitted and is being used for some basic storage. One day maybe a wine cellar.
The roof in the entrance area needs attention and we’ve had to have a new door made as it’s not a standard size.
View out from the front door.
Back the other way. These flagstones have already been lifted and replaced and I think in the finished space will look great.
This internal door from the lobby space into the sitting room will stay but needs some serious attention.
Some temporary measures to keep things waterproof.
The new door is due to be delivered in the next week or so, so this area should be very different in a few weeks. After that it’s work on the extra loo, then the last big project which is the main kitchen.