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almost...

Finally I have my small kitchen ready..I used up my reproduction tile I designed for JonkerWalk Kopitiam..
I love being surrounded by things that have a deep meaning, got sentimental value to me..happy..happy..
My creative space was painted in green & off white...not exactly colour I want..
but i am not complaining against it...
Some  progress..just can't wait to move in, and decorate...,and all the waiting is  almost over..... a bit more painting job...finally DONE... the best I can do within my budget:)

Comments

Mescrap said…
i love the tiles !
feel like 'melaka-ish'.
Little Syam said…
the tile is the same design can be found in Jonker Walk..I did the tile reproduction for client for the kopitiam called Jonker Walk in KLIA..Been keeping it for quite sometimes..

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