A new property…

My step mum have bought herself a new place to live. It’s on the 3rd floor of a 7 floor building, and it’s a bit of a rehab project!

There is a lot of things that needs to be done to it and fortunately she have found some workers that starts on Monday. They will take care of painting the ceilings and walls, opening up some walls, changing the wooden floors, tear down some old cloths cabinets and a few other bits and pieces.

Even so, I’m sure there will be more than enough small projects for the rest of us to do πŸ˜‰ Like yesterday!

The kitchen needs a tiny overhaul (cherry colour, with worn out kitchen counter). My step mum wants it white and bright. So we have decided that the easiest way to refurbish it, is to keep the original kitchen (as the units are pretty OK), and paint it.

So yesterday a friend of mine and I went over there to take down all the kitchen cabinets doors and drawer fronts, as they are to be delivered to a place that specialize in spray-painting old kitchen units. All the fittings had to be removed and the fronts had to be cleaned thoroughly to make them ready for the paint place.

Even though it’s not a hard job or a difficult job, I have found that regardless of what it is that has to be done in a house, it always seem to take much longer than you originally think πŸ˜‰

Tomorrow Β we are delivering the fronts to the paint place, and I believe we will get them back in about a week or so… so I guess I know what the next weekend project might be πŸ˜‰Β Β After the other workers are done with the painting, mind you…

Hmmmm, seems like I can’t seem to escape from kitchen projects πŸ˜‰

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20 comments

  1. Musings from a Tangled Mind

    Seems you’re a glutton for punishment where the kitchen rehabs go! But seriously it’s great that the cabinets can be rehabbed so easily instead of being completely replaced and it’s really nice of you to help out. Congrats on your step-mom’s new place! I hope she’ll be very happy there!

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    • Anne Lene

      Now that my dad have passed away, I’m the designated practical handy”man”… And I just happen to have an eye for practical solutions, and we have to help out, right?

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