Our New Place

After 4 days of hard physical labour carrying things, (at least it's going down the stairs instead of up the stairs!) to the car to the new place, a week of unpacking and looking for things and losing things , (you know how that is, when you put something at a new place and you can't find it again!) and spraining my wrist on the third day of moving rendering my right hand useless, we have settled down in our new place. Our new place is fantastic. It's big and spacious with lots of storage places, a proper kitchen and a back garden. Our broadband and Sky are finally working so here are some pics of our new place. hmm... I must remember to take a pic of the place outside.

My hand in the wrist support... sigh!

Our Living Room with the light shining through the double doors. Doesn't it look nice and bright? This is an old mansion so the ceiling is high and the windows and doors hasveno double glazing so we are cold all the time but doesn't the place look fantastic? The fireplace looks classy and we don't think it's a working fireplace although there is a an opening to a flue.
I'll put up more pics soon of our place. Night Night now!

9 comments:

PengPeng彬彬 said...

it's niceeee... can't wait to visit !!! xxx.

escape2 said...

great that you have finally found a place. i hope the living room won't be too cold when winter comes. waiting for more pics

Audrey Wiles said...

oooo u poor thang! take more pics k!! hehe.. wanna seeeeeeeeee!!!

ash said...

Pics finally! Can't wait to see the rest of the house.The colour combination looks great :)

Bea said...

Ash, thanx. It so happened the colour and the shape of our furniture fit in perfectly with the house. our furniture is bulky which fits in this big house.

qahina said...

I love the whole cosiness appeal of your new home - Congrats Bea! :)
Take care of that hand...and hope to see more cosy coupley photos of you and Rick there.

Bea said...

Qahina, I'll try to take some coupley pics of us here but Rick is not a pic-taking pic... hehe...I'll try though...

adrian@sabah said...

How can you live in a house without a working fireplace?

Bea said...

Aids,well, firewood are expensive nowadays Rick says so just as well...but we have heaters although they are located at funny corners of the room...

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