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To have as little frame as possible you should go for a sliding door system. If you want as little frame as possible I would recommend that you have less sliding panes. The opening that you have would suit a two pane sliding door, this would give you maximum glass and minimal frame.
There are a range of minimal framed systems that I would recommend depending on your budget. The most minimal would be the minimal windows system with a 21mm frame or a lower cost option would be the Sieger 30 system with a 30mm sightline. The Sieger system cannot do the pane sizes that minimal windows can but for your small patio door opening it should be fine.
Below are some of our two panel sliding door installations for an idea on frame sizes:
Any questions please let me know. We have a wide range of minimal framed sliding door systems, as well as bi folding doors if that is your preference, on show at the showroom in Amersham. Let me know if you want to arrange an appointment to visit.
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I'm just intrigued as to what the picture behind the stove is of?
hi the Carcasses will be MFC and the doors are Laminate thanks Ian
Don't Forget when deciding on the position in the kitchen, locate the light over where your hands will be working and try to avoid body shadows in your working area. If you intend having table lamps anywhere, ask your electrician to wire for 5A outlets, switched with the main light switches
Agree. 100mm granite upstand. Paint the walls with a acrylic eggshell/scrubbable matt. But make sure your walls are plastered to a high standard.
Thank you.. It's good to know.. It's intended for lounge, dining room and kitchen.
You could mount mirror to cupboard doors and this way you would have both you wanted to have.
Remember that there is no project that can't be achieved and with a great design you can have what you desired for!
Light installation would also help but in my opinion mirror would look amazing, combined together with your contemporary style Kitchen.
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Did anyone dscover what the flooring is?
not sure but it looks like polished limestone
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