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Similarly with the entrance hall below and the kitchen below that. They are all dependent on choice of finishes being made and bought.
For this particular service area I might scrape by with a dull colour painted wall and a painted grey (stone) flooring.
On the floor below, the hall glimpsed beyond the door needs tiles and possibly the suggestion of a finished wall. That said I am not convinced about leaving the inner hall door open even a little as it will knock the symmetry off balance and there isn't enough useful depth to suggest a staircase or room beyond??????
The kitchen and its various viewpoints offer another set of issues.
They will all also need some sort of light fitted (and I don't have those) before closing off the area for good. Yes, I do have that sort of confidence in the lights. If any do fail for some reason, then it will just be an unlit area!! I cannot work out some complicated way of getting back in there once this is built.
I think that the whole project may go on hold until after the York show in June. Not only can I (hopefully) buy everything I will need at the show, but I will also be visiting Fairfax House the day before and gathering a zillion ideas. I might just use the intervening time to do some kit building, starting with the ELF linen press.