The kitchen of Lillan is small but efficient. Lots of light and good atmosphere. The cupboards are from 1930s ❤ and the dish board from Puustelli. The small table serves well for quick breakfast, baking desk, you name it.           The clock above the entrance deserves a closer look: it used to hang on the wall of the labour room in historical Turku labour hospital for decades, thus determing the birth time for hundreds of newborn babies! It has the most charming sound for its ticks and peals. I love it so!The sea can be seen also from the kitchen window ❤ The dishwasher, fridgerator, small freezer (larger in the downstairs bedroom if needed), oven and stove make cooking (and eating) a bliss. Of course there is also a microwave oven, a coffee machine, an electric kettle and several other indispensable kitchenware (or how could you make a proper dinner without for instance a waffle iron, a blender or a toaster? 🙂 )

There is a proper tableware for eight persons, does include also service dishes etc as well as the kitchen linen.             (A good Tivoli Audio radio of course 🙂 )    Bon appetit!

NB: Pics were taken when Lillan was still suited for 8pers. Now even more dishes etc to suit up to 10 persons 🙂


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