The kitchen door is not really the front door. But our desk is in front of the front door and people have used the kitchen door for years, anyway. Kind of hard to break old habits. I really like this kitchen. It's light and has plenty of cupboard space. There isn't a lot of counter top but I'm finding it sufficient. There is a nice pantry off the kitchen. The fridge and stove are borrowed. I HATE the stove and it hates me. It is very difficult to light (European stoves don't seem to have pilot lights). One night it filled with gas before I got it lit. It went Kaboom! and my hand was in the middle of the kaboom! I got a pretty nasty burn.
This is the wall between the kitchen and dining room/kitchen. I love that big built-in cupboard. The doors open from both the dining room and the kitchen. That makes putting dishes away a breeze.
The dining room and living room are one big room. This is the table. It's a small enough room that we keep the table against the wall unless we have company. We are using furniture that came with the house. Check out the beautiful orange molded-plastic chairs!
This is the living room. The furniture is pretty comfortable. We have our own bookshelf, desks, filing cabinet, and TV in the living room. It's a little small, but not too bad. We're used to small and our new place will be small, too!This is Suzanne's room. The curtains came with the house. They are.....ummm......interesting. Definitely strange with her Coral Reef-theme comforter. Same color themes going on there anyway.
Between Suzy's room and our room is the bathroom. It's bigger than the bathroom we had in Tera. Here's our very small bedroom. When I get out of bed, I pretty much have to move sidewise. The cupboard door won't open all the way, either.
The worst thing about this house is that we have to move again in a few weeks!