Many of my posts include the words I can’t decide, or something to that effect. I hadn’t realised I was so indecisive! Because we’re spending a lot of money on the kitchen especially (and will continue to do so for, oh, the next three years), we want it to be perfect.
I’m going to continue with affirmative phrases. I like kitchen tiles. We’re having an upstand made of the same wood as the worktop (walnut), but I believe that we need something above that to protect the walls. We will be getting tiles of some description. I like the tiles that are rectangular, like bricks. I like these ones from Wickes (pictured).
But! Is it boring to have white tiles, or is it chic? Do we have enough colour with the purple units on the bottom? What shall we have for tea?
Barry and I made a little trip to a friend’s this weekend so Barry could put a coat hook in their solid wall because he’s got a fancy drill. We were talking about how nice it was to do a job and it having a definite ending! We were also instructed to take a photo for the blog.
He’s spent the weekend here plastering and sanding – I can’t even help at this stage, which is frustrating for me, but probably more so for him.
We’ve had our first visits from friends to see the new space (and have a cup of tea, of course!), and the items we were selling on eBay have all sold, which is good. Money is now being automatically translated into its equivalent value in DIY or household materials. But would you pay £26 for a used loo (= a tin of paint)?