My last days in Sweden was really busy and I realized on the airplane that I forgot to take photos of our new laundry room. Since Johan was still there, I hired him to do the job!
He didn’t clean and made it perfect blog friendly though ;) Lots of building dust and dirt, and this was before the electrician was there to do his job. But anyway I’m so happy about the result!! Shelfs, a rod and lights are still left to install.
Beautiful custom cabinets – Falerumkök (Painted in Beckers Tjäle) Handels- Buster and punch (same as in the kitchen) Faucet – Tapwell Tile – from Megakakel Linköping (klinker alltså, fast det ser ut som trä).
I’m addicted to Game of Thrones. Time for two (maybe three) more episodes before bedtime!
It’s Friday night and I’ve been having a slow day. Me and the kids went to the gym. I dropped off the kids at their Kids club, they love being there. My plan to do a work out turned in to a 90 minute massage instead at the spa. J had a cancellation so I guess that it was meant to be. I always go to J or Mark, both are great! It was well needed and I felt I was worth that.
After the gym we spent a few hours by our pool with some friends.
More pictures from Sweden will come. I feel that the blog didn’t get so much love during the summer as I planned. Also I didn’t get as much done as I planned either. Well well…
Right now! I sent my mom to take some photos :)
All old yellow wood color will be painted in bright white. New floors will be installed as well. It’s vinyl floor right now. I’ve ordered a light grey carpet for the two bedrooms upstairs and a wood floor for the living room and kitchen.
Bedroom 1. Painted in Beckers Sundborn
NCS3810-R97B. NCS is the same in all countries, thumbs up for that!
Bedroom 2. Painted in Beckers Mossa
Also bedroom 2. The pictures are a little bit dark. But it’s a “dirty green/grey” tone. Can’t wait to see it in real!!
Livingroom. Painted in Beckers Havstulpan.
NCS S2000 N
Old kitchen is out and new Ikea kitchen will be installed in a few weeks.
And that’s what I’m gonna plan right now. Ikea’s kitchen planner program is easy to work with as long as you remember your user name and password. I totally screwed that up on my previous reno… so typical me! Haha. You learn by your mistakes, right?!