Thursday, July 31, 2008

Moving in

PICT0256I've just returned from helping some very special clients move into their freshly renovated California Bungalow in Mt Eden.  Very satisfying.

Naturally, given the sodden winter, there's still a few things to complete, mostly outside, but here's a wee peek inside from the new kitchen.

6 Comments:

Blogger Annie Fox! said...

The measures that the architect has to go for clients these days. Cheers :o)

7/31/2008 06:16:00 pm  
Blogger Julian said...

Anna, That looks great - Looking forward to visiting it. :-) Julian

7/31/2008 08:05:00 pm  
Blogger Elijah Lineberry said...

Yes, it looks jolly splendid! I am sure you will be very happy there.

7/31/2008 10:43:00 pm  
Anonymous DenMT said...

Interesting how the dropped ceiling over the benchtop makes the kitchen ceiling seem much higher, although it's very hard to work out scale from that picture. Is it about 2100 high?? The stain on the timber (radiata?) makes it look a bit purply but otherwise very slick piece of work, PC. Not exactly to my tastes with all the extraneous timberwork but the contrast with the stark white walls does work.

DenMT

8/01/2008 02:19:00 am  
Blogger PC said...

"Interesting how the dropped ceiling over the benchtop makes the kitchen ceiling seem much higher..."

Yes indeed. That's those "complex psychological means" being used again.

"Is it about 2100 high??"

Yes, the ceiling deck is about 2100. I prefer to use something a little lower (every mm helps), but clients are always so timid. :-)

8/01/2008 09:00:00 am  
Blogger PC said...

"The measures that the architect has to go for clients these days."

One likes to ensure all the furniture is in the right place. ;^)

8/01/2008 09:00:00 am  

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