It's been a long time between posts! I'm blaming my lack of time and our dodgy inadequate internet connection!
Did I mention that my three kids found the wi fi password and have spent the last month happily playing Minecraft and Tiny Tower, oblivious to the fact that they have sent me into dial up speed hell?
I'm back though and happy to share some photos of our house, 12 months on from moving in. I'm kind of embarrassed to say that I haven't completely unpacked, and I still have some empty kitchen cupboards and boxes needing attention in storage.
There are still little things to be done, and we are taking our time, just enjoying the space and the colour and the newness of it all!
If you are new to my blog, here are some stats:-
- The house took four years to owner build, and we lived in a shed on our farm while the build took place.
- The Money Pit, as we like to call it, reflects the attributes of a modern Queenslander, utilising breezeways, louvre windows, high ceilings and wrap around verandahs to provide uninterrupted air flow.
- The floors are a mixture of Blue Gum and Spotted Gum, and the timber was cut from our property.
- Chair and picture rails, vj wall panelling and ceiling roses keep the Queenslander style.
Here she is, enjoy!