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7 years7 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Mixer tap - features and brands?

Hi all,
Bit of an emergency plumbing situation means i need to choose a new mixer tap in a hurry. Would like to avoid buying the wrong thing! I'm usually a…

7 years7 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Insulation installers in Melbourne?

Yep, it seems every reputable insulation installer has been mentioned in this thread :lol:
Surely there has to be one or two out there that won't cause…

7 years7 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Built-in robes

I'd really love to see them if you can manage it!!
I don't think this forum allows uploading, so you'll need to upload the photos to somewhere like

7 years7 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Built-in robes

You know, after you posted this last night, i looked at our linen cupboard and realised it's very similar. It is a similar colour and style to the first pic…

7 years7 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Built-in robes

Thanks Michelle. We adore it! We thought there's no way we would win it at auction, but somehow the planets aligned, and we did. I often just sigh and think…

7 years7 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Built-in robes

Thanks Michelle! Great to have some input from a professional :)
Hmmm, quite an interesting idea with the doors. I'm terrible at imagining how things will look…

7 years7 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Built-in robes

Thanks so much for the speedy responses!
hparis - Taller than the picture rail at least, possibly ceiling height. We have zero storage space in this house so i'd like to…

7 years7 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Built-in robes

Hi everyone,
We're about to get built-in robes installed in our master bedroom.
It's a lovely, old Californian Bunglaow, so we want to make sure we get this right!
My husband and I…

Built-in robes
8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Nonna's nest (art deco house)-Finished off pics 3/4

Very exciting to see to see it coming together nonna! :D

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Insulation installers in Melbourne?

Hi there,
I've been unable to get a word-of-mouth recommendation for an insulation company - unfortunately all i'm finding is negative feedback!
I'm looking for insulation supply and install into an existing…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Folding arm awning

Thanks so much for posting and updating with your pics kek. Great to see one in action!
Our deck is slightly north-north-west, so i guess we'd have a similar issue with…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Folding arm awning

Thanks for that! Not as bad as i was expecting, but still not cheap.
Yep, our rear deck is north-facing :D
Did you come up with…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Folding arm awning

Just wondering if anyone has installed one of these, and how much it cost. I saw mention that they are "not cheap", but i've no idea where prices would start.…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Oven/cooktop/cooker recommendations (+ non-recommendations!)

Well, after having my heart set on a Bosch, i had a look in "real life" today, and it's really small inside. 81L vs 121L for some of the others…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Oven/cooktop/cooker recommendations (+ non-recommendations!)

Thanks for all the recommendations guys! :D
I have a Bosch washing machine that has been fantastic, and after reading lots of reviews and recommendations of…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Agent fails to get 10% Deposit

Totally agree about getting a solicitor.
So sorry this happened to you - settlements are so scary, you just hold your breath and hope everyone did what they were supposed to…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Oven/cooktop/cooker recommendations (+ non-recommendations!)

Would be very interested to know what brands people do and don't recommend for ovens, cooktops and cookers.
I completely broke mine tonight (by snapping part of the door and having…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Freestanding cooker - to go wider or not to go wider?

I definitely don't want it for fashion reasons. I'd like a wider cooktop as i frequently have large pans bumping together on a 600mm cooktop, so the extra space is…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Freestanding cooker - to go wider or not to go wider?

So our new house's kitchen comes complete with a dud cooker - what a great excuse to get a new one! :lol:
This is the current…

Freestanding cooker - to go wider or not to go wider?
8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Window coverings in a California Bungalow

Thanks for the compliments on the house - we're thrilled to have gotten such a gorgeous home!
Romans do seem to make sense. My husband has never liked them, but showing…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Window coverings in a California Bungalow

Wow, i've never even seen anything like that before! I'll definitely look into it, thanks!

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Window coverings in a California Bungalow

Oh and while we are at it... there are only flimsy curtains in the other bedrooms, so i was wondering what sort of coverings would suit "regular" windows? I'm not…

8 years8 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Window coverings in a California Bungalow

We've just purchased a gorgeous California Bungalow. A couple of windows don't have any coverings at the moment, and with one of them being a bedroom, we need to sort…

9 years9 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Where to buy kitchen door handles/knobs? (Melb)

Thank you Sir :D
I do occasionally wander in towards civilisation, so I think i know the place you mean!

9 years9 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Where to buy kitchen door handles/knobs? (Melb)

Hi guys,
Just wondering if anyone can point me to where i can buy kitchen door handles and knobs. I'd like to go to an actual shop/showroom and look at some…

9 years9 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Updating the look of my kitchen

Well, after much procrastination, our new stainless steel oven and cooktop are on order. Thanks so much for everyone's input :D
Now we're just umming…

Updating the look of my kitchen
9 years9 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Updating the look of my kitchen

As for the knobs, here is a test-drive of some i stole from our Ikea Hemnes chest:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v134/ ... G_2724.jpg
Would cost $84 to replace all 23 of…

9 years9 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Updating the look of my kitchen

It's so hard to be objective when you stare at something day in day out (i'm currently a stay at home Mum!). I'd had my heart set on gutting this…

9 years9 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Updating the look of my kitchen

Mango - unfortunately the oven has stopped working, and as a mad-keen baker, i'm going crazy without it! I'd really like to go with a stainless steel oven and get…

9 years9 yearsNicolettaNicoletta posted:
Updating the look of my kitchen

I don't dig the green either :P
And i definitely want to state i do not want gold handles. I am the most anti-gold person on…

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