The Little White House is about to get its first phase of remodeling in less than a month and I'm both excited and worried.
I already told you about my hesitations with the new floor and my hesitations about the opening I wanted between the kitchen and the dining-room. Those are almost settled, but I won't tell you anything before it's done.
La prochaine transformation de la Petite maison, c'est ce plafond.
So do you think my mind is finally resting? No way! Here's my new problem. The living-room ceiling. Can you imagine anything less cotage-y than that? I hope you didn't miss how perfectly it's been painted!!! I'm wondering if they tried holding the brush with their teeth... There must be an explanation for that mess!
It's actually a fake ceiling hiding the beams that show in the kitchen and in the dining-room.
C'est en fait un faux plafond qui cache les poutres visibles dans la cuisine et la salle-à-manger.
So what am I going to do with those beams in the living-room, once the fake ceiling is gone?
Que faire de ces poutres quand le faux plafond aura sauté?
A mix of raw wood and white?
I love the bookshelves covering a whole wall.
Lately, my mind is rather set on white as I love how it looks in the dining-room, it's actually the only thing I don't hate in the dining-room! Also, it has a beachy feel, that could go well in a house located a few minutes from the sea.
Mon cerveau est plutôt bloqué sur le blanc pour l'instant. Et vous, qu'en pensez-vous?
What would you do?
Magali, from The Little White House