Barry’s done a bit more in the kitchen – only took a couple of hours but it makes a real difference. He’s fitted the skirting boards back and they look really great! They still need repainting. He’s also run silicone around the bottom of the units and added the strip that joins the living room floor to the kitchen floor. That’s 2.5/8 of the kitchen tasks done and 3.5/8 of the living room ones!
In the second of this two-part mini-series, I take a closer look at the living room, and all the things we still need to do. Click here for yesterday’s gripping instalment.
1. Sand and repaint wall and paint skirting boards
2. Paint these skirting boards and cut and fit the beading
3. Paint this door (both sides) and the doorframe on the other side
4. Paint this radiator
5. And this one
6. Fit the strip thing between the kitchen and living room
7. Create the photo wall – finalise photos and buy frames and prints
8. Buy white drawers and baskets for the units
This is part one of a two-part mini-series whereby I put all the work we’ve already done into perspective and think about just how much more time and money we still need to dedicate to these two rooms of the house that are taking over all of our free time and finances. This is part one: the kitchen. Tune in tomorrow for an exciting look at the long list of tasks still to do in the living room.
1. Sand and repaint the ceiling
2. Cut skirting boards to size and repaint
3. Fit skirting boards
4. Finish painting the kitchen walls
5. Finish sanding and fit the peninsula
6. Tile the kitchen walls
7. Paint the stairs wall, handrail and ceiling
8. Replace all of the switches with brushed silver ones
9. Get a condenser tumble dryer