Well Fi and John, here's the kitchen you both wanted to see! on the first floor (or second if you're looking at this in the US) of my Tudor house/shop. Most of the furniture and accessories are standard dollshouse pieces, picked up cheaply at local shops and fairs. I wanted to create a cottage kitchen feeling here. The sink is from Sussex crafts, who I have mentioned before. My favourite thing is (not the bright copper kettle, who do you think I am, Julie Andrews?! but I do like it!) the mixing bowl on the table. My mother has one just like it, and I remember all our childhood cakes being mixed in it. You cant see in the picture, but it has perfect miniature flour, raisins and butter in the bowl, along with the wooden spoon. Come to think of it, not sure what cake would be made with those ingredients all in the bowl at once, except maybe scones, hmmmm! Anyway, the bowl came from Kristin Baybar's shop in Gospel Oak, London. I will tell you a little more about her shop later, and my little pilgrimage to it! Still got to speak to David about borrowing his camera. It's better done on his camera as he can then fancy-Mac them all upstairs before sending them to my decrepit old PC here in the cellar!