Casually leaning

Standard

though not sure this shouldn’t say “can you see me swimming?”

(link to source of quote)

Posting this in haste and the midst of an ongoing rain storm, trying to get it done before the electricity goes off.

Another fiddle around but a little firmer in intention.

Still playing with the ‘border’ trim and may go with something else

Enjoy!

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Everything is loose and it will be a different window shape eventually. The border paper is a teapot with ivy in it

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There’s a shelf to go below the border (whatever it turns out to be) holding pans and large bowls. The far right blank bit of wall has a red line on it showing the height the shelving will run on the window wall – high enough to clear the plates on the cooker plate rack and low enough for most pan sides/bottoms not to ‘mark’ the fancy border …

 

See you after the flood … 🙂

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3 responses »

  1. Hope you come out of this near monsoon weather safely and dry-footed!

    I’m liking this one a lot and that’s my favourite floor of them all. Lovely border as well and I can visualise it looking even better with the shelf in. An very authentic 50s look, I think.

  2. I’m liking this combination of wall and floor the best of all you’ve shown thus far. Your border print looks very authentic for a vintage kitchen and looks good above the tiles.
    I know how frustrating this entire process can be, and I am glad that you are not rushing through it but are taking your time to make sure you get it to look and feel exactly right! 🙂

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