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4 months4 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Kitchen island

Yes it can be moved but is costly

4 months4 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
2 Pac Colour

Yes I can see any reason why this can be done.
Be aware that being a metallic it will be more expensive

4 months4 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Polytec Vs Albedor vinyl wrap kitchens

I actually refuse to do vinyl wrap kitchens if a customer asks.
I would prefer to loose the job than put in a product that can have serious issues.
Sorry to be…

5 months5 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Kitchen island.....waterfall or not?

You have to be carefull with sales guys and fashions.
There is a perceived fashion that 20mm stone is "in" personally I only think its in fashion because all the spec…

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5 months5 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Kitchen island.....waterfall or not?

A square wood end panel will still open a kids head up just like stone. The only difference is look. No safety difference!

5 months5 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Kitchen island.....waterfall or not?

If there isn't a waterfall you still have the hard end of the cabinets. There wouldn't be much difference.

5 months5 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Kitchen waterfall edges without scotia - laminate floors

You don't want the flooring taking any of the weight of the waterfall.
A 1-2mm gap filled with silicon would be the way to do it.

7 months7 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Cost of custom timber joinery

Very hard to give an estimate without a plan and the timber species. The timber species will have a major impact on the price!

8 months8 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Granite or Quartz for kitchen countertop?

It really depends on the brand and colour of the quartz top.
I would say there isn't much difference between the two though. They both have pros and cons.

8 months8 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Fixed panel under induction cooktop- hard to change to drawe

Make sure you stipulate that its a removable fixed panel(for excess)
Some fixed panels are exactly that, fixed and cant be removed. If the panel is fixed but easily removable…

8 months8 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
kitchen countertop and flooring in black and white kitchen

The colour you want is in QQ highest priced range, no wonder its so expensive.
Why is the kitchen company suggesting Michelangelo? Have you had a price, its still in QQ…

8 months8 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Criticise my kitchen plans

I think the cooktop bench top is to short.
What is on the right hand side of the fridge, pantry storage?

8 months8 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Help please! Microwave provision is too small

No standards for microwaves, they are all different sizes.
But a trim kit should always be 600mm wide which is the width of most wall ovens.

9 months9 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Shadowline and handleless island bench

I have used these handles many times but I am not a fan.
The handle size determines the door size which means you cant have non standard doors. When you building…

9 months9 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Shadowline and handleless island bench

Yes that handle strip works, I have used it a few times but not for quite a while.
I just depends on if you like the idea of having an aluminium…

9 months9 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Shadowline and handleless island bench

Yes, but this is a very old way of doing it. The finger pull can be routered into the face edge of the doors/drawer.
I refuse to do them as the…

9 months9 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Shadowline and handleless island bench

doogs82 the deisgn above in the photos is typical of sharknose handles.
The dark shadowline you see is a polyurethane construction rail behind the drawer fronts. This is normally around 50mm…

9 months9 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Laminex Freestyle surfaces 30mm

Who told you that, the salesman? Did you believe them?
Its not true. CaesarStone is very durable!

9 months9 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Caulk between floorboard and kitchen island?

Why is there a gap in the first place?

9 months9 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Shadowline and handleless island bench

The underside of a 60mm breakfast bar should be finished with a double mitre and a sheet of 20mm underneath giving the appearance and feel of a solid 60mm slab.…

9 months9 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Shadowline and handleless island bench

You need to get a shop drawing of how the shadowline/channel setup would work. It needs to have szies on it so you can make up your mind with all…

9 months9 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Shadowline and handleless island bench

Shadowline and sharknose are two different things.
Shadowline is just a shadow/gap left between the top of the door and under edge of the benchtop. It can also have an…

10 months10 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
How does your fridge look? Pics?

If you don't buy an integrated fridge then the fridge has to stick out the thickness of the door, so yes 10cm.
If it sits flush and you open the fridge…

10 months10 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
How does your fridge look? Pics?

If you don't buy an integrated fridge then the fridge has to stick out the thickness of the door, so yes 10cm.
If it sits flush and you open the fridge…

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10 months10 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
How does your fridge look? Pics?

Almost all fridges stick out because of how the hinges work on the fridges.

10 months10 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Replacing cabinet doors with handle less

If they are talking about the standard sharknose handleless doors and drawers then it is most certainly the case!
Sharknose doors and drawers have a 50mm polyurethane rail cut into the…

11 months11 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Has anyone removed laminate flooring skirting.

No glue, just a few little nails.
Get a chisel under it and lever it up. Very easy

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