I thought wood with wooden floor would look good, but just worried it'd be too much
Of, well, worth a shot! Thanks Bella
From our reseearch, I'd say that the double glazing will be more energy efficient than the glass bricks so long term costs will be cheaper.
And for resale value, I know…
We are building a new kitchen as part of our renovations. It will be part of a new family room which will have heaps of natural light.
The floor will be…
COUld some sort of slide be used for her?
Hmm, a slope and clay osunds VERY fmailiar to me...
Hey, those good plumbers in Melbourne - are they out to the east at all?
Sorry WIll - no Brissy leads from…
how do you know how much paint to get?
you can get accoustic bats, too, but I don't know how much price difference there is.
Connecting the plaster and floorbaords (ie ceiling and floor abvoe) to different beams helps minimise…
paint a big mural?
hang some interesting pots or artefacts on it?
plant a row of fruit trees in front of it? (could do it in pots, too)
Where are you Greg?
We have been researching windows, too.
We have chosen ones that can tilt and rotate - fully acccessible to clean theoutsides from inside the house
Having moved a number of times, I'd suggest packing things from each room together - so all kitchen stuff is in boxes labelled kitchen; clothes are marked with name's bedrooom…
Can you insulate the walls?
Maybe carpet the floors, too.
Curtains over the windows will keep some heat in too.
Good luck to both of you
I have designed my own kitchen, but it isn't built yet, lol!
I read up on some technical stuff (eg bench heights) looked at kitchen showrooms for ideas and looked at…
I would think a dark sink itself wouldn't make your kitchen dark unless the whole room is in black and you have little natural light!
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