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1930's Semi renovation

Discussion in 'Your Projects' started by wanabechippie, 13 May 2007.

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    wanabechippie

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    Moved into our 1930's semi back in November '06. Been bashing limps off it ever since. Nearly finished now - just got the stairs to do, re-carpet, paint, double glazing, new doors, garden....

    .... like I said; nearly finished!! :cry:

    Check it out. ('scuse the mess!! :LOL: )

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    cool picture above the fire.. i'm in need of some art to put up.. lots of wall space to fill..

    where'd you get it?
    and what kind of price?

    like the self video.. "sigh!!!" lol...

    and which is before and after on the kitchen? grey before, wood after?
     
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    wanabechippie

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    Cheers!

    Got the 'art' from that highest of highclass galleries; matalan :LOL: ! £20. Not a great picture structurally speaking (basically a poster mounted on a cardboard and baton frame - gets a bit wobbly) but I like it.

    The kitchen started off with terracota and brown wood a go-go. Just need to get some new doors for the units and jobs a good-un!
     
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