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House is 95% ready to be occupied!

From the above, to:

Finally, after almost four months, the house is now ALMOST ready to be occupied. What we have done so far are:

1. Extended our wet kitchen to the side of the house.
2. Extended the porch to the front.
3. Replaced the tiles for the porch to a much better looking IMHO.
4. Knocked down the downstair's toilet/bathroom and moved it to the side of the house.
5. Extended the small room downstair and change it to be my office and radio shack.
6. Put in a rustic looking kitchen cabinet made of hardwood.
7. Windows & doors grills, for whatever reason, we've decided to have the grills.

Things to do:

1. Furnish the house with furniture , we've none for our living room for now.
2. Bring all whatever furniture we have in our current house to the new house.
3. Furnish the bedrooms and my office, they need new stuff in there .. IKEA anyone :)
4. Curtains!
5. Change the gate to auto-gate.
6. Phone line & broadband, can't work w/o them (oh I've 3G though :)
7. Have a MOVE-IN DATE!!! We still have not decided on when we are going to move in :)

Here is where my new home-office going to be:


and this it how it will look with IKEA furniture hopefully:


kijal said…
where r pics fm d interior?
WiraOne said…
Still not ready yet.. I'm yet to get the furniture and more things need to be put in place before I snap photos and show them here :)

Anyway, did my ikea shopping on Friday night and managed to get the galant table, two set of effektiv wall cabinets and two Mikael drawers. I've assembled the cabinets but yet to put in place .. the one drawer is done and another to go .. will go there tomorrow night and finish the drawer, and fit the cabinets ..

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