Monday, 5 July 2010

Work in progress

Morning everyone, another glorious weekend again - let's hope it continues for the school holidays....!

Our weekend was fairly functional so I won't bore you with the details, but this week is going to be very busy with the installation of our wood burner.  Remember the rather large hole which had been dug out?  Well, finally it'll be filled this week with 1 of these.


It will give out so much heat, we could end up sitting in our underwear (I don't think so).  If hubby has his way, he'll be lighting it at the end of the week!

We also picked out these Victorian repro hearth tiles in cream.  They did a variety of colours, but as I'm not sure what colour the room will be, I thought it best to get them in cream.  It's been made up to our measurements and comes in 1 piece which makes it easy for installation.



So there you have it.  I also bought some pretty vintage curtains, so I think I'll pick a paint colour based on them.  They will hopefully arrive this week so I can show you a picture then.  They came from here 

Thank you to the 1st 3 ladies who left a comment re the Pay It Forward - if Pat from The Sewing Room

Bellaboo

and Serenata from The Balancing Kiwi

please get in contact with their address, I will send them a little something (within 365 days!).  My email address can be found on my profile page.

See you during the week.

11 comments:

Rebecca said...

ooh it all sounds very exciting! The wood burner is so pretty! x

Loo xx from Jumbles and Pompoms said...

Those woodburners are very very efficient. I remember visiting friends who had one and they had a fan on (in the middle of winter)as it was rather warm!

Isabelle - Suzy's Vintage Attic said...

We had considered having one of those but will have to wait until we have an extention done as it won't quite work out with what we have now. We don't want to give up an open fire in our lounge. Good form of heating! I bet you can't wait for it all to be in working order.
Take care
Isabelle x

marigold jam said...

We once stayed in a cottage that had a Morso like yours and it certainly gave out plenty of heat - we liked it so much we got a gas fired one for our own home and were also pleased with that. I know your winter evenings will be lovely and cosy now!

Jane

Florence and Mary said...

Oh that's going to be just perfect in the Winter isn't it.

Victoria x

bellaboo said...

You're going to be soooo cosy this Winter.Have left details and look forward to a little surprise..thankyou!

Bellaboo ;0)

Catherine said...

How exciting! You will be so cosy! Just imagine the Autumn and Winter evenings curled up in front of that! Cx

All things nice... said...

Oh wonderful I love wood burning stoves, I have one ear marked for my new home too, for my snug room :) They are so cosy and pretty and warm too :) Slippers on with a big mug of tea and your stove burning away will be lovely :)

All things nice...

The sewing room said...

Hi Sarah l am sorry but l will have to pull out of the PAF as we had bad news on monday with my hubby,we have 12 months hard work ahead of us with chemo ,l realy would of liked to take part as l am just finnising another swap right now but l do not know what time l am going to have in the future,sorry to let you down hugs Pat

pip said...

Nice looking woodburner! Having grown up with open fires I've now moved on to woodburners... and wouldn't be without one... they add a heart to a home :)

swedishouse said...

Hej Sarah
Thanks for your comment. Yes they are Lupins, these were taken at our sommer stuga. You can see them often growing abundently in the wild on the roadside in swathes of lilac/blue/pink through to white. Beautiful site.

Your woodburning is fantastic...we had one installed in the sommer stuga. And my hubby chose to light it in JULY!! To test it was working!!!! Boys and their toys lol!

Have a lovely Sunday
enJOY
Julie x