Saturday, October 19, 2013

Dust everywhere.

Well the renovations continue. Today Steve has been getting the walls ready for painting. We have dust everywhere. I tried to get away from it by going into our room, only to be greeted by this:


It is all over our floor and Steve's bedside table. Now I am glad I have the left side of the bed. 

Here is the lounge room looking down from the dining room table end:


You can see how dusty the television cabinet is too. If you can't, here is a close up of it. 


I guess the walls will be really flat and perfect at the end. One day I will have less dust in my house but for now, I am glad that I  have a hubby that is interested in doing the house up. 

Tomorrow we will have a day off renovations until the evening. We need to empty the lounge room out for the sanding of the floorboards. It will be interesting keeping the children off them while we are sanding/staining and varnishing. 

Therese. 

2 comments:

Deanne Langford said...

No gain without pain or dust and mess in the case of renovations! Will look fantastic when it is all finished I am sure!

John Smith said...

Absolutely right.

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