What a wonderful surprise! The person(s) who ones were hiding the door left the handle and the key on a nail. The newspaper in the sawdust was from 1915.
The hidden door in the wall!! Mr Niclas Andersson, Frubäckens Måleri, is "unveiling" the door!
A general view...
Tearing down the walls piece by piece.
Throwing out the old ugly, sad kitchen cabinet.
What is hiding behind the masonite? A first glimpse and to our happiness we can see the beaded boards peeking through.
The pantry door.
The little door leads you to the kitchen.
This tile stove measure 2.80 meters (9.18 feet) and it works perfectly. All the walls in this room is also covered with masonite boards.
This is the original drawing of our house from 1892. The ground floor plan is at the bottom of the image, and the kitchen in the upper left corner, which is the first room we starting out with.
A modest iron stove, but is still works fine
Masonite walls in a kitchen in a house builded 1892. Probably they made this in the 30s / 40s. Masonite was used for many applications including doors, roofing, walls at that time when beaded boards become unpopular. The sealing has a "nice" turquoise color.