A peek inside our (old) home V

A peek inside our (old) home: the attic. The first floor that was almost ready, but the last part of our home we needed to finish before we sold our house. With Ikea cabinets, vintage chrome lighting and a Tom Dixon Fat Spot | Enigheid

A peek inside our (old) home: the attic. The first floor that was almost ready, but the last part of our home we needed to finish before we sold our house. With Ikea cabinets, vintage chrome lighting and a Tom Dixon Fat Spot | Enigheid

A peek inside our (old) home: the attic. The first floor that was almost ready, but the last part of our home we needed to finish before we sold our house. With Ikea cabinets, vintage chrome lighting and T. and Maan enjoying the views over 's-Hertogenbosch | Enigheid

Leaving our beloved home was pretty hard.  It was such a big part of our lives and we have made the most precious memories there.  I look back at it with a warm heart. That is why I want to show you some of the farewell pictures I took last summer.

This was our attic. It was the first floor that was almost ready. For a few years, it was our living room, dining room and kitchen. When it’s living room duty was over, we sanded and repainted the floor and placed Ikea cabinets with Ringhult doors at the sides. It was the last part of our home we needed to finish before we sold it.

Over the years, we have thoroughly enjoyed the space, the amazing light and the wonderful views over ‘s-Hertogenbosch from that skylight. I hope the new owners are enjoying it just as much.

A peek inside our (old) home: the attic. The first floor that was almost ready, but the last part of our home we needed to finish before we sold our house. With Ikea cabinets, our washer and dryer underneath an antique kitchen counter and T. and Maan enjoying the views over 's-Hertogenbosch | Enigheid

A peek inside our (old) home: the attic. The first floor that was almost ready, but the last part of our home we needed to finish before we sold our house. With new bakelite light switches and a big Qazqa lamp | Enigheid

Afscheid nemen van ons huis was best zwaar. Helemaal omdat we niet meteen over konden naar het nieuwe huis. Ons huis nam zo’n centrale plek in ons leven in, tijdens de verbouwing maar ook daarna, we hebben er prachtige herinneringen gemaakt. Ik kijk erop terug met een warm hart. Daarom wil ik ook graag nog wat foto’s delen van de fotoreportage die ik maakte als afscheid.

Dit was onze zolder. De eerste verdieping die zo goed als af was, vervolgens was het jarenlang onze eet/woon/leefruimte en het was ook de laatste ruimte die we echt nog af moesten maken voor de verkoop. Nadat het niet meer onze woonkamer was, moesten we de vloer schuren en verven om hem weer toonbaar te maken, daarna plaatsten we op zoveel mogelijk plekken Ikea kastjes met Ringhult deuren om veel van onze rotzooi in kwijt te kunnen en de allerlaatste klus was om het op te ruimen. Voor rommelkonten zoals wij was dat ook nog een behoorlijk karwei.

We hebben altijd heel erg genoten van de ruimte, het mooie licht en het uitzicht over ‘s-Hertogenbosch vanuit ons dakraam. Ik hoop dat de nieuwe bewoners er net zo van genieten. 

A peek inside our (old) home: the attic. The first floor that was almost ready, but the last part of our home we needed to finish before we sold our house. With Ikea cabinets, vintage chrome lighting and a Tom Dixon Fat Spot | Enigheid

A peek inside our (old) home: the attic. The first floor that was almost ready, but the last part of our home we needed to finish before we sold our house. With Ikea cabinets, our washer and dryer underneath an antique kitchen counter and T. and Maan enjoying the views over 's-Hertogenbosch | Enigheid

A peek inside our (old) home: the attic. The first floor that was almost ready, but the last part of our home we needed to finish before we sold our house. With Ikea cabinets and our washer and dryer underneath an antique kitchen counter | Enigheid

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