The facade and side walls have been
plastered and painted. My neighbours
downstairs like the pebble-white colour
so we'll carry on down the facade to
give the building uniformity.
When we pulled the old plaster from a wall in the
living room, we discovered this beautiful old
Leccese stone window frame that probably goes
below floor level to the neighbour's apartment
below. This has now become an interesting
feature of the room.
The kitchen has been plastered, which
makes the room look tall and airy.
The lower bathroom has been totally
plastered ready for the pastellone
The upper bathroom has also been
the boxy built-in shelves in the upper
bathroom and wardrobe look great.
The main bedroom has also received it's coat of
The bed-loft still needs the flooring
the bed construction the window and
the wardrobe fittings
One of the moorish peep-holes I had
made for the bed-loft
The sturdy support beam for the terrace pergola
has been inserted into the stair structure on one
side and posed upon a pillar on the other.
These stairs lead to what has now
become my aerie. I will make cushions
for the aerie so that I can sit up there
of an evening with a glass of wine
a book or my computer, and suvey
the surrounding townscape and
Daytime views from the aerie.