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I like it open, and I like the idea of a short backsplash behind the cook top.
By the way, in a real life A-frame house with slanted walls, I saw a cooktop sited against a slanted wall. The back burners could hold pots no more than 6" high. Talk about poor planning!
So glad you’re entering too! I can’t wait to see what you’ve done. I’m sure it will be wonderful. We’ve all been keeping it really secret this year. I know I wanted to publish more earlier. Best of luck to you!
Gallery Glass isn't available here that I could find, still investigating alternatives (though haven't in a few weeks). Had another break from the Fairfield, but back on it now. I've done skirting boards and doors and doorways, finished some floor boards on the middle floor (some more to go), and done the spindles on the stair cases, but not the banister yet. Kinda getting to the gluing stage, its a little scary to go for it! Have developed another sticking point. Do I leave the wall between front hallway and kitchen, or do I cut it down to counter height??
Yes, definitely somewhat odd in real life to have the cooker in front of that gap, but do like it open (the cooker is more lined up so it isn't under the stairs, just looks more under the stairs in the picture). Either way the stairs were open, so thinking maybe a bigger hole? Oh decisions! Opinions? Would maybe leave a (RL) 6 inch wall behind/above the counter.