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Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
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Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
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Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod
Kitchen detail by Ungt Blod

Kitchen - Details

Thank you for all your sweet comments here and on instagram, twitter and so on. So nice to share some of this - makes it seem more DONE!
Right now I am working on finishing the last (mostly paint) details in the bathroom and painting the stair way - and photographing the rest of the top floor so I can show it to you guys. I wish I had a wide angle lens so I could give you a better sense of the room.

This is just a few more detail shots from the kitchen*

*I really need to get more cook books so I don't need to have a random selection of books there as a filler

See the rest of the kitchen here

➜ Sofie: Yeah, I don't think it was too hard to do the linoleum counter tops. I used a linoleum glue and I think the biggest challenges is placing the very big piece of linoleum on the wood, then making sure you scrape out all the air bubbles and finally cutting the edges. On cutting the edges I tried a few different methods: 1/ cutting the extra linoleum (you make it slightly bigger than the piece of wood) off with a router. This works well if you are very comfortable using a router (I am not really). 2/ Cutting the extra linoleum off with a stanley knife. This is fairly easy and you don't need any big power tools, but it can be hard to get a super straight edge. 3/ cutting off the extra linoleum + 1 cm of the wood using a circular saw with a guide. This was the method where I got the best result, but you have to be careful how the saw enters the counter, so that the linoleum does not crumble.

➜ Lara: Thank you :-)

➜ Hello Sandwich: Thank you sweetie - next time you definitely have to come over

➜ Marion: Thank you - the counter is 80cm deep (instead of the usual 60) - that makes i possible still to reach all the way in :-) Because the tracks for the sliding doors a cut into the counter I needed room for them as well, so both the sink and the stove top is place a little further in than you usually would. I think it works quite well. I love that there is enough room for things behind the sink and stove top - I remember in my old kitchen that I got annoyed with having things permanently on the counter, because they took up so much space, but not here.

➜ JulietteSurprise: Thank you so much, I am proud :-) And so happy with the non kitcheny approach we took as well.

Comments

It's really great. Lovely decoration and the floors are so beautiful as well.

It looks SO good! I really love it! A question about maintenance, how did you handle the plywood being used in an environment with such daily wear? Did you use any special coating / follow any specific instructions to prevent grease, food stains, water marks etc? I really would like to explore the plywood material more, but I must admit I think it is difficult to approach. Anyway, I lo v e your kitchen!

ok great, thanks for the tips!

Thank you for the detailed answer, Mette!

Det er så meget lige i øjet! Jeg havde faktisk lige gemt Koppel lampen på DBA fordi jeg overvejede den til mit køkken. Nu har du overbevist mig :)

Den der kæmpe hånd er fantastisk.. Er det et loppe fund?

yes :-)

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