here's what we have been up to while we have some weekend mornings by ourselves.We help others to restore their old and rusty lights! Here are 3 "honeydew" sized pendent lamps which our Kim Keat couple has gotten us to restore for them. So about 2 months ago, hubs was tasked to unscrew them and give them a good wash.
washing the pendant globe lights
Unscrewing all the nuts and bolts. Jules is particularly interested in whatever hubs is doing.
I guess it's quite a good way to have some quality time with Jules since most of our weekends are spent visiting reno sites.
2 weeks later.
we bought 2 tins of matt black spray and give all the gold metal parts a good paint job.
3 days later.
bought 2 light bulbs from Home Fix.
And we fixed the light bulbs in and screw up the cap.
took us almost 2 months but hey. we don't have many weekends to idle around!
The owner had the sofa and these 2 chairs upholstered in a uber sleek grey. It looks really cool in real life and it has been in the family for 7 years now. Solid huh!
Let's take a look at the kitchen. The top cabinets are in wood laminate finish and the bottom cabinets are finished in white. The floor tiles are in dark grey with a staggering setting out. Exactly the same as how we laid our tiles at home.
above: Sink and cooker side by side
The opposite kitchen counter has a long power track to power up all the kitchen appliances.
Above: Subway tiles for the service yard.
A breakaway from our usual norm where subway tiles are used for the kitchen backsplash.
Stay tuned for the next post on the master bedroom, HIS room and bathrooms.