In today’s post, we present the bathroom and the dining room.
From the bathroom doorway, you can see two sets of bifold doors. The first hides the washer and dryer; the second hides a huge closet. Note the shell pattern on the shower curtain.
This dragon hook was left behind by a previous tenant. Above it is a skylight.
The dining room and kitchen make an L. This is the view from the kitchen; the window is off to the left.
On the righthand wall, an old dresser gets a new life: glasses and cups are stored on the shelf, placemats and napkins and tablecloths and silverware in the drawers.
On the weekend, we found a willow someone had cut down, so we took a few sprigs home.
This building was built within five years after the Great Fire of 1877, so it has coal fireplaces, which are smaller than ones made for burning wood. Nevertheless, I thought our larger roasting pan was just the thing to decorate the spot. I appreciate beauty with a purpose.
Next: the living room (and maybe the foyer) .