Saturday, July 12, 2014

Here we go.....

The "real" demolition on the kitchen has started this morning

Off came the plaster sheets and cornice...and then Mont got started on the tile behind the cooktop




As you would be fully aware of by now, this kitchen remodel is not a quick process.

No. We take our time at Number 10... Which, to be honest, is a good thing.

If we'd gone at it like a bull at a gate when we first started talking about it, we'd have a different looking beast now to what it will eventually look like.

Sometimes you (I) just have to step back, take things in and consider the possibilities rather than plough ahead and hope for the best

It's a lesson that has taken me some time to learn


7 comments:

  1. Oh wow! Good things come to those who wait they say. Can't wait to read the next progress update. xx

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    1. I can't wait to see the progress either Brismod...I think it will be lovely - very white - but lovely.

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  2. I'm a big fan of waiting and living with it and waiting some more. Or maybe I tell myself that while we SLOWLY get around to our to do list of fix ups and renos! Looking forward to seeing the end result' xx

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    1. Ness...the biggest thing I've had to learn is patience. I'm a big one for pushing ahead with what i think will be best and then learn later that maybe I should've waited to listened to other ideas...
      I think the result will be lovely... appropriate for our strange little space, but lovely and very workable

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  3. Exciting! I love to see people enjoying the journey.

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    1. Thanks Natalie...I admit I do love the process...and the finished product. Very exciting.

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  4. Yes, patience does help when it comes to renovating I've come to learn :) Look forward to seeing your new kitchen, exciting times!

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