It has been a long time in the making, but our new house is finally done and in this post I want to show you how it looks. I have moved in here one week ago and so far it's going well.

I took most of these with my Canon camera, but some of the panoramas have been done with my phone camera, which does them quite well, and I wanted to break up the standard images with them. Panorama really lends itself well for interior shots.

I hope you will enjoy these. Most of the decor was done by my mom. If you are interested in the construction of the house, you can click here and view the set of those images.

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A front view of the house.

Let's start with the kitchen.

A panorama of the kitchen counter.

The side of the kitchen island has open shelves for books.

The glass cabinets are half full, with the rest of the items in the dish washer.

I'm not big into clutter in the kitchen. I'd rather have some apples displayed then nick-nacks.

I love these containers with rubber. Nothing comes in or out, without you wanting it to.

The deep sink is fitted with a liquid detergent dispenser and a removable water tap.

I didn't want simple bar stools, I wanted some that are a bit more comfortable. These here are really great and adjustable in height.

Let's take a closer look at the living room area.

I love this little corner, where you can sit down comfortably and look out of the window.

Beni is exploring the new place.

Part of my Blu-ray collection. Some shelves for the movie collection will also be ordered soon.

Beni is walking us into the bathroom.

Everything is kept simple and minimalistic here.

One thing we wanted for the bathroom was a walk in shower. It's easy to use and clean and the tiles are on an angle, which makes the water drain properly.

A panorama view of the bedroom. Green is dominant here as well, this time a dark olive color in the wallpaper.

In the end, one final panorama of the living room space and kitchen.

I hope you enjoyed this small tour of the house. Thank you for visiting, and as always let me know what you think of the images in the comments below.


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