An interesting view of the dining room table with an up-cycled barley twist leg. Various pieces of wood and clamps keeping the whole piece intact.
A friendly pigeon overseeing the beginning of plumbing in Walter.
Coach seats in place, temporarily placed to ensure the spacing is correct. The wheel arch has been blocked in and makes the platform for the cupboard, TV room and dining room chairs. Looking great guys.
Have you seen the pop up hotel pod series? They are copying Ali’s bathroom ideas. Plywood walls and corrugated steel look amazing and I’m happy to say we will have varnished ply in the large bathroom. The Iceni Roundhouse already has corrugated steel on the inside bathroom walls. Many of the materials are repurposed havingContinue reading “Bathroom Bliss”
I am loving these colour combinations and materials.
You see the weathered slices of oak trunk on the left. Below you can see the steps taken by that wood, in the saw mill, cutting to size and installed as the waney edged kitchen counter with the sink inserted. All cut to size and will now be sealed with 5 coats of OSMO oil.
Meanwhile, downstairs the kitchen and waney edged counter top are going in. Also notice the oak window sills are in. From the look of it, the broom by the door in the bottom photo, everything is really clean and tidy.
Ive been back in Baku for 3 weeks and a little bit, finally, photos of progress. My lovely family and friends don’t realise how hard they are working and therefore how much the bus is progressing each week. Here are photos from upstairs. It looks amazing, so happy I’m going to be the first personContinue reading “Bright and airy upstairs”
Walter in the snow
3 and a half months to go!!!