First Curtain Call: Downstairs

In this set of three ‘Curtain Call’ posts I will try to show all the places where the things featured in the earlier blog pictures were located. This first post covers the downstairs rooms.

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The next post will show the upstairs rooms…

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11 Responses to First Curtain Call: Downstairs

  1. kirizar says:

    I am in love with this. I especially like the arboreal laundry room.

    • Trifocal says:

      Mrs T and I have had a gentle but determined 40 year long tussle over whether to call it the utility room or the scullery. Actually your suggestion is better then both 🙂

      • kirizar says:

        If you called it a scullery, I will picture all sorts of shenanigans going on with someone dressed in a French Maid’s costume. Better call it a utility room instead.

        • Trifocal says:

          On the other hand calling it a utility room makes it sound like an electricity substation. (Over here electricity, gas etc. are called public service utilities.) Decisions, decisions…

        • kirizar says:

          If you want, you can merge the two: A Utility Scullery. One of you can dress as an electrician…the other can wear the maid’s outfit. Problem solved.

  2. Lavinia Ross says:

    Very bright and cheery. I like the pink room too. And lots of books!

  3. Maria F. says:

    I see this is another approach, great to see you back!

  4. Rhys Jones says:

    Great photos of a lovely house! I also live in the Midlands, in a more modest property 🙂

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