Hi! It’s time to show you some of what I’m up to these days – photographing the house in a different way than usual – brighter, lighter and with less shadows than you usually see here on the blog. The reason: just started yesterday to take photos for the marketing of the house for the real estate market. We have a real estate agent with us, but I insisted to take the photos myself, so I’m challenging both myself and the agent, ha ha, poor man. Hope he will be satisfied (fingers crossed).
Maybe some of you are even planning on seeing the house when it’s out for sale? Maybe one of my readers are going to end up living here? That would have been quite awesome! It will be out on the market late April, so keep your eyes peeled! I’m going to show you all my “marketing shots” during March, and hopefully get done before April start since I’m off for nine days at that time. When I get back there will be outdoor photos (spring is here then, right!?!), and before I even get to think, this will be sold!
Alright, alright, who wouldn’t miss this bathroom… I mean, it’s really big (you can even place a sofa in here!), has an old bathtub, a beautiful floor, and stars in the ceiling, big shower, built in shelves with room for everything you need (and even more), old exposed beams, floor heating and tons of natural light. This is for sure one of the rooms I will miss the most!
If you are interested is this property, don’t hesitate to contact our very nice and pro real estate agent. He will keep in touch with you and make sure you get to know it all 😉
Except from lots to do with property and administration which never seems to end, I want to tell you I’m doing quite fine (though I still cry almost every day). It could have been worse, and we’re both still living here and we manage it very well together at this point.
And something totally different: some of you have commented on the blog, or messaged me on Instagram, about the curtains in my coming apartment, if I will keep them. I’ve said no, they smell so so bad, and there’s no way they can be nice again. But today I went to the apartment and took them all down, and I’m washing them as I write! Thanks for pushing the curtains into my life, and I’ll try to give them new life! Hope they will shine (and smell less tobacco and some kind of perfume) again!