|A borrowed trailer full of furniture for the house
|Main living area with north facing windows
The patchy render on the MgO board walls is just a unique feature we have come to accept and it may become less noticeable when we put some artwork on the walls. The cracked pattern on the surface of the polished concrete became less noticeable after the final polish and seal, but did not disappear all together. Another unique feature we have come to accept.
|Patchy "feature" rendered MgO wall
|Hallway and Noren outside laundry
|Noren curtain instead of door between main room and entry
|Sofa bed for guests to stay
|Mirror installed screwed straight in to the hemp wall
The kitchen came as a flat pack from IKEA and we added the LED strip lights under the cupboards. The only problem with this was that the wiring came in through a hole I made in the back of the cupboard and then out above the end of each of the two strips of LED lights (the two strips are separated by the range hood in between). To cover the wiring that went along the bottom of the two cupboards I added a false bottom to the cupboards with a section routed out to fit the wires into.
|Kitchen completed with LED lights under cupboards