Typical morning scene. After breakfast Rose and Ruby have taken to sharing the spare duvet (that’s English for doona) and Oliver has just been looking through the window at the pigeons who sit on the chimney.
Carpentry work. The restored casement window has been refitted. The casement on the right is awaiting its new pane. The bathroom window had the cracked pane replaced as well but I forgot to take a picture.
Skirting boards recycled from elsewhere in the house have been fitted in the utility cupboard.
And in the entrance hall.
The resized canopy panel has arrived and once more the kitchen has been pulled apart. It will be all be assembled soon…
The second ceiling rose has been fitted. This is the one in Mark’s study.
The third rose has been fitted and is awaiting its outer ring.
Here is the fourth Rose.
Awaiting a head scritch.
Farrow and Ball’s ‘Incarnadine’ in the dining room.
Gorgeous. I like it even better than ‘Blazer’, which we had in Liverpool.
Our Liverpool house for comparison. Blazer had a more yellow hue.
This is darker and is more towards blue in spectrum.