It’s my turn to post today 🙈😂 and I really don’t want to follow @shnordic beautiful living room post 😳😂 but I have too... so welcome to my new living room!! 🤦🏽♀️
When we met for the first time we couldn’t believe or get over the fact that we had both bought bungalows & our living rooms are also very similar! Both have sloping roofs, wooden cladding on the ceilings & big glass windows. I think you would have noticed by now that Susanna will be living in hers for now & possibly through the renovation but we are renting as couldn’t face it with the little ladies plus nearly every wall will be coming down internally. .
A few things I forgot to tell you about last time, the bungalow we have is split level & this is the lower part. The roof will be coming off and the ceiling levelled, as you can see here your eye goes down into the room and it makes everything feel way smaller than it actually is. And when we renovate both walls in here will be coming down as we are planning an open plan living space & this will hopefully be where our dining table will be going! We have also decided on Crittall or Crittall style windows as I’ve finally managed to get the husband on board!! .
I will be sharing more as I can, I don’t mean to be so secretive but until we get planning sorted I don’t want to jinx anything so I’ll be drip feeding info until then!! 😉
On another note you’ll notice all the leaves in the garden there. The husband bought a @Bosch homeuk leaf blower today & he’s so excited about it!! I cannot relate to this 😳😂
It’s really hard wanting to plan rooms but holding off because of planning! We’ve never needed to go through this process before & it’s already been a little difficult. How was your experience of planning if you’ve been through it?! .
Let's just forget about the window cleaning bill for the moment and instead just bask in the glory of this house! 🙌 The incredible tall, dark and handsome Linden Street House by @sparchs_la_sf has us all hot under the collar 🔥✔️ #windowwednesday
Asia trip days 37 & 38: we left our beloved India to start our micro trip for some of the most common destinations nowadays within Southeast Asia. To begin with it, we traveled to the north of Thailand to visit the lovely city of Chiang Mai which was a nice break from Indian chaos. It’s absolutely full of Buddhist temples and it offered a lot of nearby interesting attractions such as the white and blue temple, both quite breathtaking for the amount of details involved. This area is completely green and it’s pretty nice to walk around, despite the horrible humidity and high heat ❤. It’s worth it.
Asia trip días 37 y 38: dejamos nuestra amada India para comenzar nuestro micro viaje por algunos de los destinos más comunes hoy en día dentro del Sudeste asiático. Para empezar, viajamos al norte de Tailandia para visitar la encantadora ciudad de Chiangmai la cual fue un agradable break del caos de India. Está completamente llena de templos budista y ofrece muchos lugares interesantes cercas como los templos blanco y azul, los cuales te dejan sin aliento por la cantidad de detalles involucrados. Esta área es toda verde y es bastante agradable de caminar a pesar de la horrorosa humedad y calor. Vale la pena.