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My kitchen my Investment

My next investment will be my kitchen. Yes, a new one! 

The house we are living in is 150 years old, has been transferred from another village and now sits on a hill with the most amazing views.

But my kitchen needs a change and we decided to go for new. 

New concept, new material, new layout, gas instead of electric, handy drawers and a bigger sink. 

We like practical, basic and a minimal look. 

And space for lots of guests to enjoy a good dinner at the table, that will be family, friends, visitors and guests.

The drawings just went out today, can't wait!! 

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Aaltje B.

Had someone inspecting the floor from underneath, this 150 year old villa is like an old lady. Discovered the house shows uneven surface where the two parts have been attached.

(house transferred by truck from A to B in parts)

And fresh signs of borer too. Ai-ai-ai that is bad news.

So before our house falls apart we need to see a "house-doctor" alas qualified builder who can do some structural repairs. Also, a bomb needs to be placed that knocks out all the unwanted nibblers in the wood. That bomb doesn't make a sound but it does create unhealthy gases, and we have to remove pets and people from it for at least 12 hours before safe entry is allowed. Not looking forward, this not so fund of chemicals lady has no choice but to accept this inevitable attack. Anyway, my house will be saved and hopefully for years to come.

1 year ago