And that's it for now! Need to sort walls - undecided on colour but thinking of playing it safe. Should we paper in alcoves perhaps? The fireplace in the dining room is exposed being left exposed brick. Also need to pick tiles for behind the cooker in the chimney bit.
Light bright room thats 35sqm. DH and I are cautious re colour. Been thinking of a pink sofa (or similar) to add some zing to the room as it could be cold otherwise. But captain sensible says that with a toddler and another on the way, charcoal grey might be better.
Will try to upload pics and also find exact paint colour for units. Forgot to say we're having a fairly plain white worktops.
I think an off white for the walls. Look at Little Green Clockface - has grey undertones, but still sort of creamy and not cold IMO. I'd do nice tiles with some sort of design behind the cooker - Fired Earth style. The floors are quite warm, so that will keep it from feeling cold. I think a pink sofa would be really nice, but obviously needs to be washable covers. Charcoal grey would also be nice - just add some bright cushions and a throw (also washable). You can also add colour with artwork, decorative storage and / or crockery on display. Sounds like it is going to be really lovely!
Thank you Wendy, all sounds fab and I'll check that paint. Planning a trip to fired earth tomorrow to go tile shopping. Any thoughts on injecting some colour in that way? I saw some nice mandarin stone ones which were lemon and grey which looked nice?
We really aren't colour shy normally, about to paper our downstairs loo in the Osborne and little penguin books stuff. But I suppose it's a smaller space which makes us less shy