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jola

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14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Cost of different colour cabinets

Earl who replied to you earlier put me on to Polytech's melamine sheen doors. I had them send me a sample and I like it.
http://www.polytech.com.au/melamine_doors_intro
I'm…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Cost of different colour cabinets

Hi Earl,
Have you sent you a reply so you can get my email again....sure you want it? :lol:
Jola

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Cost of different colour cabinets

The family that live next door to me have recently put in a laminex squareform benchtop (one of those stone look alikes) and solid colour 2-pac doors for the drawers…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Quiet Rangehoods - Recommendations?

Thanks for that great tip. Might even get a reaction from some of the sales people :lol:

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Quiet Rangehoods - Recommendations?

Yeh well my dishlex isn't that quiet which is why I've bought a Miele for the new kitchen. I've heard they are very quiet. My old cheap pull…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Quiet Rangehoods - Recommendations?

Hi everyone,
I know below Schweigen was mentioned as a potentially quiet rangehood recently but was wondering if anyone has actual experience with a decent rangehood that is quiet. Looking…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
The next generation in cooktops...

You're braver than me though I was seriously tempted for the same reason !! Watch that glass, someone in another thread here or elsewhere said the Miele glass…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Flooring or kitchen fitting, what comes first?

Sorry I did read the thread but may have missed it should I put vinyl down first when doing a kitchen. I'm looking at a good quality Karndean one…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
The next generation in cooktops...

I see many many things that could break from the glass onwards and upwards. Bet the replacement costs are about the same as the unit too :lol:

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Which Type of Stove

I am going a bit over the top with brands (though I got serious discounts for ex-display stock) but I decided to stick with a stainless 4 burner including wok.…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Yep will look into it as well. I have time on my hands.
Jola

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Left hand microwave

Check St George brand if they make them as their ovens doors can be left or right opening doors.
Jola

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Where should I put the feature laminate in my new kitchen?

Hi,
I am planning at the moment and considering using the ligher colour (white) for my underbench drawers, my benchtop is a timber lookalike(stringybark) in laminate. For the other…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Hi Ash,
I stand semi-corrected. I was referring to the wear layer not the thickness of the vinyl tiles themselves. I should have made that clearer. With the…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Methven Satinjet

Thanks a lot. I was going to go for the shower rail myself.
Jola

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Powerpoints and glass splashbacks

Thanks for that. I've seen some glass tiles that are nice too and a little cheaper but need to check their fire rating so haven't decided between options yet.…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Hi everyone, cool a debate about warranties...that could go on for a while.
I haven't even built the extension yet so I'm just mulling over my choices. I thought the…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Went back to the store today and looked at the commercial ones again but actually found one of their domestic ones with a 20 year guarantee that I liked better.…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Actually the grey-beige is perfect when I put the three colours on the computer as large samples together. I will go to Andersens tomorrow and check its the same…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Hi Michelle,
I was thinking of the light beige but beige would probably work too. Do you think the light beige would be too light? I will do the colour…

Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??
14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Hi Nire,
I know they quoted around $100m installed including the masonite as I decided to leave that figure in my mind assuming it would also cover things I hadn't thought…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Hi Michelle,
I only saw the colour briefly in the shop and have to confirm the brand but it looks almost the same to the one in (following your web site…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Well I have a 1 year old, a just 5 year old, an 8 month old puppy, 5 noisy birds and a husband (oh and my parents are here on…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

Ignore all the https, a typo, start with www

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen Flooring- vinyls suitable??

I went to Andersons and have decided to go with commercial sheet vinyl as I don't want a timber look. Karndean is nice, I had them send a few…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen bench - bullnose or square edge?

I believe the rule with fashion is that if a fashion item (say flares) comes back in to fashion again you are not allowed to wear it if you wore…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen bench - bullnose or square edge?

Oops I mean 50mm NOT 50m :lol:

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Kitchen bench - bullnose or square edge?

I also agree. I've decided to use laminate instead but am going for 50m thick square edge. I think it matches other aspects of the kitchen, especially with…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Methven Satinjet

Hi does anyone have the Methven Satinjet shower at all. It is supposed to give a better shower with the twin-jet technology making it feel like there is more…

14 years14 yearsjolajola posted:
Powerpoints and glass splashbacks

Might seem like a silly question but how to you go about having powerpoints with glass splashbacks. I was going to use glass on my wall side which is…

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