Building in the washing machine

Our regular, stand alone front door washing machine was not originally designed to be built in the furniture. But we managed to get everything sorted, and now basically it’s built in! First thing first, it took a lot of planning. We choose especially the Ikea kitchen furnitures, because I found their online kitchen planner. ThisContinue reading “Building in the washing machine”

The issues of an odd sized kitchen

One of the biggest issue I have with our apartment is the odd size of spaces around me. Everything is odd. The bathroom is not small when it comes to average bathrooms areas in square meters, but the arrangements of everything in it is absolutely odd and I kind’a hate it. Only basic changes wouldContinue reading “The issues of an odd sized kitchen”

Ikea White? AAAA…in Spain?

I have a problem… In 2018 February we bought this Norden table from Ikea Valencia. A few months ago I noticed some marks on it, that was definitely not caused on purpose or by negligence. Or I don’t know, I am not looking to blame anybody or anything. It just happened. We tried to takeContinue reading “Ikea White? AAAA…in Spain?”

Bedroom “staging” and killing of the furnitures

In the above image you can see bits of a bed frame we got as part of the furniture donation we received. Prior to taking this at home, I watched a bunch of “how to paint and restore old furniture videos”. I was eager to start, and had massive high hopes about how amazing andContinue reading “Bedroom “staging” and killing of the furnitures”

Electric water heater, limescale and the magnesium anode

If you live in an area where the water is hard… you better know this things 😀 Limescale WILL be your biggest nightmare, and proper maintenance of your hot water producing devices is going to be crucial. You may not be interested to clean and remove the limescale from your own water heater, but youContinue reading “Electric water heater, limescale and the magnesium anode”

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