The slow revamp of our kitchen continues. I have always felt hemmed in by the wall cabinets which were too low over my only "working" space so I was glad to finally have them removed.
and repaint with some emulsion from the bottom of a tin. Not bothered too much with shade as we intend to re colour the walls eventually.
My husband made some nice shelf brackets and got some decent wood. He fixed on an IKEA rail I have had in storage for ages and Ta Dah!
(Also the cupboards, doors removed, are standing on their ends in the shed and are proving to be useful storage cubby holes).
Next step is to remove the disgusting and not working cooker hood, which is also a fire hazard as it is apparently too low and not the recommended distance from the hob. (Are we not all a bit more aware of fire hazards and spread since the dreadful London event?) Plus have some small shelves to the far end of the counter to house spice jars and oils.
Nearly there with this kitchen I kid myself. I am dismissing the much needed taking out and replacing of the sink and units from my mind for at least 4 months. Far too much trauma.