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Blue Prints

Posted by Mummy Dearest on Sep-18-2006

this is how the back of the house used to look.
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this is a cross section of the ‘old’ house.
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this is the new back of the house.
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A cross section of the new house;.

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this is how the first floor used to be.

‘entree’ is a little hallway that we have, that you step into when you enter the house.

‘kamer 1′ is our living room.

‘kamer 2′ was a room that we used as a ‘playroom’ for the kids.

‘keuken’ is a kitchen.

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this is how it is now. we knocked out the wall between the playroom and the kitchen, extended the whole room about 2 meters ,making one large kitchen

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this is the second floor.

‘slk’ is a bedroom

‘badk’ is a bathroom

‘overloop’ is the staircase/hall

‘dakk’ is a dormer window.

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this is how it is now. the bedrooms 2 and 3 now have straight walls and two windows, as well as mysteriously having grown about 50cms in length

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this is how the third floor/ attic used to be. I never know what to call it, as I suppose that it is an attic, but all of the rooms on this floor have their own attics, so…whatever
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this is how it is now. we have two large rooms for the girls, and as you know, are working on the bathroom up there for them. The area marked ‘zolder’ we plan on making into a TV / playroom for the cherubs.

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