Terrible photos I know, but I thought people would like to see that we have made some progress!!
Hey, just a wee note to say Happy New Year and give everyone a heads up on the impending work at Little Belmont Street. We will be closing from the 8th of January until 10am on the Friday the 13th (kilau’s 8th Birthday!!) Whilst we are closed, we will be mostly doing painting and plumbing and trying to smarten up those pesky toilets. We are hoping that 2012 will be a great year for kilau, we got confirmation of our building warrant for the high street shop in mid december, so we are hoping to start work on the upstairs early January too!
I hope this year brings everyone what they hope for, and look forward to seeing you in one of the shops soon.
Gentlemen. It’s nearing Movember, that most gentlemanly time of year, and we are issuing a rallying call.This year we are opening up Team Kilau to customers and we have a little incentive to sweeten the deal; if you join our team and make a donation of £10, you’ll receive a 10% discount on all purchases for the entire month of November!There is a sting in the tail, however. If any of you gentlemen currently enjoy a discount, it will be suspended for the month. So really, it’s better to join us. JOIN US.
Introducing the first exhibition of work by Alan Davidson in over 30 years! The opening night will include a live set by Kitchen Cynic to compliment the pieces on display.
This special exhibition will run from Monday 10th October to Saturday 7th January.
Private view Sunday 9th from 8pm – 10pm with music from 9pm.
Kilau will be closed all day Sunday, but open as usual on Monday morning!
From used pallets (thanks Dad) do beautiful tables grow. But first some prep work.
Plenty more work to do here, I’ll keep you posted.
What was that? You haven’t heard anything new about the back garden? It doesn’t mean things haven’t been done. Check out this heap of photos!
Some soil enriching compost. (Thanks Dad!)
Some finely turned soil.
Mum plan ding up the garden like a champ! All the plants here have been gifted to us by the wonderful Diana – cuttings from her own garden no less! Cheers Diana!
A cracking job and looking brilliant!
And we may also have bought us some chairs! Its getting closer, folks!
Some rather nice chuckies.
This is pretty much it, folks. Now we just need to get some furniture.
Pretty good, huh?
And here is our first plant! A lovely lavender from Ian from MacBeans! Cheers, Ian!
This sinister beast, borrowed from Phil, is what’s going to hopefully solve our furniture issues. I’m going to try my hand at making some tables and chairs!
The important thing is respect it, not fear it. Even if it does seem to creep closer to you when your back is turned…