Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Joiner in the house


Arrived, built exactly the cupboard I wanted, and went away.


The inspector arrived (see inspectorial tail disappearing inside door).


Was thorough.


Approved.


Next: painter in the house.

Off to choose colours now. Why do I get all the hard jobs?

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

it looks lovely and will look even better when painted, glad little puss approved. :) Fran

joy said...

brilliant, what a difference xx

Arthur Ransome said...

I agree with Millie - it certainly passes inspection. What a great improvement. Will you paint it grey, I wonder? Mind you, fuchsia's a lovely colour in a bedroom.

Toffeeapple said...

I am pleased to see that Millie approves of the new installation. Who inspects Paintworks?

The cupboard looks very good, perhaps I should speak to my local joiner?

Val said...

It's good to get a final inspection and seal of approval!

flwrjane said...

If I ever come into some $$$ I shall fly you over to address my improvements.

xo jane

knutty knitter said...

Now that's what I call a decent cupboard. I agree with the inspector there.

viv in nz

jabblog said...

Fabulous! It's always good to have a satisfactory report from the inspector.

Danielle P. said...

It looks perfect! (And no more space for a certain cat to hide...)

Dartford Warbler said...

I`m sure the Inspector approved. A lovely cupboard to hide in and find a dark corner to sleep in.

Frances said...

Keep that furry inspector away from your new paint!!

the veg artist said...

Are you available for surveys and ideas?

Mise said...

And I see that the cupboard is intended for eiderdowns: no better purpose.

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

A very splendid cupboard , I can quite see why Millie approved !
If Mise is right and it's intended for eiderdowns then it will shortly be empty .... I believe we're all about to have what Michael Fish would probably have called "a cold snap" this weekend .

Amy said...

How on earth did it get built so fast? Had he already visited and taken measurements? If so, somehow I missed that information. Closets are the one big problem with older homes. Looks good.

rachel said...

Arthur R - no, it won't be grey, but a shade to match the curtains. Fuchsia - you're being naughty, I think.... Amy, yes he did. And did most of the work in his workshop before tweaking and assembling it all here.

Anonymous said...

Lovely cupboard, excellent joiner, lucky you.

June said...

Your joiner did a good job with the ceiling angle! It fits right in there.
Will you paint it to match the little bureau?

Ginnie said...

Perfect! When you said the inspector arrived, I thought you were serious for a moment. So now I know the cupboard isn't perfect, it's purrfect. So much better.

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