Last week I didn't do much, but in my last post I promise to show you the progress I did on the kitchen.
Of course the walls and floor need a lot of my attention but I thought it might interest you, to see the work I already have done.
The top of the long sidetable I have covered with lead as so the kitchen trolly in the corner. The butchers chopping blog I made some years ago.
As soon as I have time, I want to concentrate on making some fimo sweets:) It will be my first time, so wish me good luck:))))
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Hello Sab! This kitchen is looking so lovely and I think that your center Island is wonderful! What a good idea to cover the surface with lead it makes the table top look like it has been well used instead of being brand new! How did you manage to iron out the wrinkles in the lead before you applied it? It can often undulate and show ripples, but yours looks perfectly flat!ReplyDelete
The first thing that I noticed in your pictures was the STOVE that you made. I love the color of it and the SIZE of it. Your 6 burner model is what most mini cooks would desire and in such a spacious kitchen it works beautifully!
Can't wait to see More!
Hi Elizabeth, the lead was a gift from a friend and it is very thin and easy to work with. There were no wrinkels in it. The stove is the exact size as my real one, but it seems a bit to big though next to the kitchen cabinets and sink. What do you think?Delete
I think it looks looks good to me Sab, and it looks like the focal point of the room. Are you putting a hood or any shelving above it?Delete
It's going to be great! I love the stove too, there is going to be some serious cooking going on in this kitchen!ReplyDelete
Good luck indeed with your sweet making xx
Yes Norma, the lady of the house likes to cook:)))Delete
Hi Sab! I love the size of this kitchen! It affords you the room to create many interesting corner vignettes. I am still in love with your stove. It's so much nicer than a store bought one. It has so much more character. Your island is fabulous. Again, so much more character than a purchased one. I would love this kitchen in real life. It's spacious and comfortable!ReplyDelete
Thank you Lucille, it is a spacious kitchen, but still to small for all the things I would like to put in there;)Delete
Je keuken ziet er heel gezellig uit.ReplyDelete
Haha, dank je wel;)Delete
Your kitchen is great! Love the lead on your island, the butchers block and the stove.ReplyDelete
Thank you Mona;)Delete
Your kitchen has a very special charm. I like the soft green and white; I guess that's partly why the room has such a peaceful and pretty appearance. Thank you for this post.ReplyDelete
Thank you, I think green is a good color for the country sphére I like to capture in this little kitchen:)Delete
Je mag dan niet veel gedaan hebben, wát je gedaan hebt ziet er weer super uit! Wat een geweldig idee om de tafel met lood te bekleden. En ja, ik wens je veel succes met de fimo ;-)ReplyDelete
Jou lood, het is super om mee te werken xxx;) de taartjes zijn aardig gelukt voor de eerste keer;)Delete
what a lovely kitchen and what great refreshing choices you made for furniture and details (I just love the branch hanging from the ceiling!), well done!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for your comment:) The branch will be the perfect place to hang a lot of stuff on,lol!Delete
Wat een gezellige keuken!!ReplyDelete
Dank je, ik ben ook zo gezellig,haha! Als het vloertje er in ligt en de muren afgewerkt dan zal de karakter van het keukentje echt tot leven komen......werk aan de winkel!Delete
Oooooh, I love the branch hanging from the ceiling!!! What a great idea, but also the lead top on the table and all the other things that make your kitchen unique. You will have a lot of places to display and decorate, so have fun with fimo :DReplyDelete
Thank you Sandra, today I had a lot of fun with fimo as you can see in my new post:)Delete
Good luck! But you won't need that wish - who can build such a fantastic kitchen can easily make lovely items out of Fimo... I believe in you! ;O)ReplyDelete
Thank you Birgit, that is such a sweet comment:))))Delete
I absolutel love that kitchen! Talk about realism. Great details.ReplyDelete