Saturday, December 31, 2011

Those painting pics at long last.

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Please excuse the mess, I was still painting when I took the pics and I'd well and truly used up my spoons before the end of the week.
Hubby loved the surprise...thank goodness, it took almost 10 days to rest up from the 'holiday'!

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Window removed and will be framed up to be a serving hatch while the wall of the caravan will be clad in plasterboard.
Cupboard just inside caravan door, the upper door missing in this pic is now blackboard-painted for shopping lists.

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Looking at annexe from front door...
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Looking up other end of annexe
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Ignore the mess...those are 2 seater couches, to give you an idea of width.

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Decking completely replaced.
By hubby, not me.

14 comments:

  1. It was so dreary and now bright and light. Nice work. The servery is a great idea.

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  2. Its a definite improvement more bright and cheery :-).

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  3. I say, well done old girl. Now a small suggestion on how to pay for it. You start up a mail service sending all the bakery goodies to deserving persons, such as myself. It can be done, Miss O'Dyne once sent me a frozen frosted cupcake and it arrived in time for breakfast.

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  4. FAAAABULOUS! When do you and your team come to my house??!! I don't know if it's creative photography, but the after pix look WAAAAAAY better!!

    Happy New Year!!!

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  5. You've done a marvellous job!!
    It looks so new and different!
    I like the servery idea too.
    I like JahTeh's idea, Dunolly bakery goods. I wonder how well a vanilla slice would travel?

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  6. Jayne, there should be an honour role somewhere - with your name at the top - for services to mankind. One less woodgrain mess in the world. We who can only sigh salute you.
    Have a great 2012.

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  7. wowser, Jayne. Get thee to America. I need you at my house. Well done!

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  8. oh well done! It looks great. Such a lovely retreat for you and the family :)

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  9. I bags you first for my kitchen, Jayne - there is plenty of offending faux-wood veneer requiring your ministrations!!

    Looks great. Have a lovely new year.

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  10. Absolutely awesome, Madame Jayne. It's lovely to make a place your own. :-)

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  11. What a difference it made! It looks excellent!

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  12. Looks great! Happy New Year to you!

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  13. One thousand percent better. Brilliant job. Thank god for white paint!

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