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Verity Jayne

South Australia
Joined 10 October 2016
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2 months2 monthsVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
New Kitchen layout help

Storing things in a drawer is much more accessible than storing them on a shelf. You can pull it out toward you and dig around in it. Therefore…

4 months4 monthsVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
New Kitchen layout help

That looks like quite a small kitchen for a family.
Maximising space is all about using every nook and cranny as wisely as possible. There's not much else…

4 months4 monthsVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
Kitchen Layout for 1910 built house

I bet this is quite a puzzle because it's such a small space. Do you mean it's 3.3 metres by 3.3 metres? ...and the sink is in the next room?…

1 year1 yearVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
Island bench orientation help

I don't know if it's too late, but I would put all your tall units on the oven wall side. It will make your kitchen feel more open.

1 year1 yearVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
NEW - Laminex Form Wrap Doors

I can confirm that it's vinyl wrap re-named. They are trying to create a new conversation around it and give it a new lease on life.
Vinyl definitely has it's…

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1 year1 yearVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
Tiny kitchen layout help

Can you move the bathroom door to access it via the bedroom?
I know this means traipsing through the bedroom all the time. But gosh, that kitchen is tiny. …

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1 year1 yearVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
Essa Stone bench tops

I don't know if this post is too old, but I work for Laminex and can shed some light.
This is what I was told last year: the supplier in Italy…

1 year1 yearVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
Polytec vinyl and handleless options

I'm glad to be of service :)
I was going to recommend burnished wood, it's the most "non-busy" of the dark woodgrains. Charcoal is just plain…

1 year1 yearVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
Polytec vinyl and handleless options

Painting the top of the door because it's been cut on a 45 degree angle sounds like a bit of a worry to me. Not very durable.
Your builder might…

1 year1 yearVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
Caesarstone or an alternative

Yes, Caesarstone is certainly a nice dream. An expensive dream too.
Polished concrete would probably cost more than the cheapest range of Caesarstone. The concrete itself is cheap but…

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