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Kitchen woodwork for Rosalie in Johannesburg.
We apologize to all our clients and Internet followers who are waiting for more posts and photos of our kitchen woodwork.
We are so busy that we don’t even have time to take photos, not to mention that posting them takes more time from the time we don’t have.
Last year we did some kitchen woodwork in Rosalie’s house.
She was very specific about what, how and where she wants to have.
She and her husband Sifiso bought a very beautiful house in Sandton, Johannesburg, which they had to renovate and give it a new life.
I think that they did wonderful job.
I’m sorry that I didn’t take photos of the house and the renovated rooms.
Rosalie and Sifiso changed completely the whole interior of the house.
One day I was surprised to drive in the yard and see a minivan from a popular Johannesburg gallery, full of paintings and more lying around, blocking the driveway. Sifiso was choosing paintings for each and every room in the house.
Our part in the renovation was the kitchen, the breakfast area (I didn’t take photos of it), and the scullery.
To make my point about Rosalie’s vision and creativity, I’ll post photos of the old kitchen and the new one.
Kitchen bedroom scullery and guestroom will be the first project listed in our new website.
Few weeks ago Nick & Nelly Joinery started a new project.
We are furnishing the new house of a lovely lady with fine taste of a country style furnishing.
The spacious north facing kitchen will be arranged from a free standing units painted in dove gray with a fine touch of a blue shade.
A beautiful kitchen server will be placed right under one of the windows.
The scullery design follows the line of the stylish kitchen and will be also arranged from a free standing units.