this is my bedroom window
and this is the sideboard below it.
i bought it on ebay with a matching desk. i borrowed my uncles van and i drove it down small lanes which scared the crap out of me. we got there to realise i’d forgotten my cash, so i had to navigate the small lanes in the massive van to find an atm. the desk was so large that it spent some time in my hallway before i could come up with a way to get it through my bedroom door. i had to pull it apart and reconstruct it again in my room. the drawers stick a little bit now. i think i did it wrong.
these are some shadows on the wall opposite the window.
This little house was built sometime around the 1860′s and is one of three in a row of near identical Worker’s Cottages. It originally would have had an outdoor toilet, with only three rooms and a hallway inside. The current living room would have been an all purpose room, probably with an open fireplace or Argar for cooking (a heater now wedged in its place). It was extended approximately 40 years ago when a bathroom and small kitchen were tacked on. The house is showing a great deal of age and is soon to be rebuilt.