The new house : settling in slowly but surely
My lovelies, dear readers, no I haven't forgotten you ! I knew moving would be a bit overwhelming but the truth is I feel a bit knackered but not too discouraged though. Still, the more I unpack and the more there is to unpack.
I am like a little general on a battle field trying out several strategies. We first wanted to deal with all the rooms at once, but it didn't really work. Now I know the best proven strategy is to do one room at a time....
So this afternoon, I resumed the organization and decoration of the kitchen, relishing spending a lot of time on details......
....like displaying my cookery books to have them at hand and all the recipes I collect from the French Elle magazine.
The working board is still filled with utensils which need to find their home.
My collages are still lying down on a sofa while waiting to be up the wall.
Some objects find their place easily. I particularly cherish the mirror and the black marble top console which I bought at my friend Gym's shop, Camel Stop, last year.
Sometimes, I stop and look pensively at the walls. In spite of my tiredness, I feel so inspired to make oversize collages to stick on the walls. The rope lampshade hanging from the ceiling had been left there. Not too keen about it !
From the roof terrace, we can see the village of Niguelas.
It is a beautiful sight at night when the church is illuminated and I do so love the old tiles !
Until now, Monchéri and I didn't have the opportunity to enjoy a barbecue on the roof terrace.
As you can see, there is still a bit of cluttering in the patio waiting for a quick dissolution !
ps : A huge thank you to my new followers and I hope to visit you all, my lovely bloguettes very soon ! Besitos - Lala
pps : I'm afraid my post layout resembles very much my present state of mind...desperately cluttered
sorry about that !
so this is the roof terrace. Blogger must be mad at me because I didn't post for a long time, but everytime I tried to post these pics, they just disappeared !
Anyway, here they are !