It will take months before I get even remotely near this stage. At the moment it looks like this:
Which gives you a very good idea of how much prelimiary work has to be done before you even can start.
But I always want to test things. I took out the flagstone floor from the old Victorian house and put it tentatively into the planned kitchen:
What I had completely forgotten was that under the flagstone floor there was a mock marble floor - I have no idea why I didn't remove it. It is self-adhesive shelf lining.
So I can use it as well, either in the other kitchen or in the entrance hall:
Or maybe not.
I am now fully determined to have two kitchens: the best kitchen and the working kitchen. The best kitchen will display all the pretty utensils never used for cooking. Most of these things are made from copper coins. I have more than these, and it will be a nice way to show them.
And there is a walk-in larder that stores all kinds of food and supplies. I will make shelves along the walls.
Simply because I have done this test I see that logically the best kitchen and the working kitchen should change place, since the larder should of course be connected with the working kitchen.
I haven't put on the roof because it is easier to move things, but I have painted the ceilings dark brown. I might add beams or other decorations. The ceilings are low so all lights will have to be wall lights. I haven't decided on the walls yet. Probably the best kitchen will be light and the working kitchen dark.
I haven't decided at all what I will have in the entrance hall.