Revealing just a little more of our almost one year old kitchen. You can find the first preview here
The cooker has moved with us from Belgium, where we were going to install it. But then decided against that plan, as moving house and country was on the cards again.
The cooker hood was a stainless steel contraption that we reused from the 'old' kitchen here. We boxed it in and painted it, to fit better with the style of cooker and kitchen as a whole.
The kitchen island
The worktops are Douglas fir from the local sawmill, treated with white Danish oil, suitable for kitchen surfaces. I would hate it if it turned into a nasty yellowy orange hue.
The place where I spend most of my time. The kitchen table, fabricated from a slab of macrocarpa from same sawmill, but bought way back when we lived here first time round.
The coffee station. Ahem Don't you just hate it when your interior is being photobombed by electrical cables and dry dog kibble.
Where the kitchen used to be, behind door included.
Which is now the pantry. Yes, I tidied up for the 'photo shoot'.
Make sure to visit again for the great reveal.