The phrase “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” has never been truer than with this old cistern.
My husband’s friend took it out of an old retirement home that were updating their sanitaryware and he immediately knew it would be something that would interest us. He sent a photo straight across to my husband to see if we wanted to restore it and use it in the house renovation.
Hello my lovelies!
We’ve been working away like busy little bees over the past month or so, and while we are waiting for the plasterer to come at the end of this month we took on a little side project – refurbishing the original outhouse aka outside toilet/garden’s toilet/outside lavatory…
We’ve been working on the new house since November – staying with my parents while we get the big stuff done – and we are starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel…
While all the things we have been doing between the two of us could easily have been done super quick if we had the money to get a tonne of professionals in, we aren’t in a position to do that, we have to pick and choose what we can and can’t do ourselves, which is why everything is taking so long.
So we did it… we sold our first home and have bought a new one… which is why I have been absent on here for so long.
We have been working flat out on stripping out the new house as it was in quite a poorly state and is a much bigger project than the last house, but I’m here with a little update as we are now at the stage where we can take a breath and start to plan how we are going to put it all back together again!
Hello my lovelies,
Remember I said I was going to share some of the house progress with you? Well this little post is all about the progress of our kitchen. It’s one of the most complete rooms in the house with just a few small bits to finish off so I thought I’d share that with you first.