So - welcome to our home, come in and have a cuppa tea and some homemade cupcakes! Note the all important yarn stash in the front hall (wooden chest, basket and picnic hamper, all full).
I bought these bookshelves with some of my ill -gotten gains from Cracking Codes and Cryptograms for Dummies ...
My Roland electric piano is under the sheet ... I need to get back to playing more regularly.
The trusty exercise bike is positioned so we can watch telly while exercising ...
I love the bay windows in the living room. We have them in the master bedroom too.
The dining table setting is our best piece(s) of furniture, it seats 8 and is really solidly made.
My kitchen! It's a good size, with a gas stove. I made the curtains from a doona cover from an op shop. Spot the handknitted hand towel ...
The family room area is tiled, and adjoins the kitchen.
Dotter did the Phoenix painting when she was in high school.
Petal's food and water bowls, and her flat tray for her toys (she can't get into anything higher!) are on the left there.
The laundry is off the family room. I love my front loader!
My little office is also off the family room. The white plan chest used to belong to Ralph's grandfather and namesake, Ralph Malcolm Warner, who was a war artist.
The mega book cover foam-core posters were sent to me by Wiley, to use in (heretofore non-existent) publicity stuff.
My trusty little desk, MacBook, filing cabinet, comfy chair, and Miss Petal's bed ...
The back section of the house contains two bedrooms, the loo, and main bathroom. I'll draw a kindly veil over Son's room - we're only 1/3 of the way through sorting out his mess :)
Remember Dotter's room (scroll down to the next post)? This is how it looks now! The white desk holds my sewing machine, haberdashery, and beading supplies.
And inside the closet in Dotter's room I made this cardboard divider for some of my fabric stash ... fully green compliant ;)
Miss Petal is all worn out from helping to clean up (cos you know she's so helpful around the place).