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cassandrascott24

The photos taken post refurb I imagine, so merely 'dressed' with props like the (fake) plants and drinks trolley etc. But this project I absolutely love. It works. It flows. Kitchen design well thought out so yes, you don't see food prep paraphernalia from the sitting room area. Colour choices are great too. Do concur the comments re lack of fireplace surround however.

Broken plan living is soooooo much better than open plan as this example shows with the option that the 'end' room can be closed off if necessary.

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Perry Kynaston

Still astounded by how many people opt for a Belfast sink, the best thing ever for destroying the most amount of glasses possible.

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cassandrascott24

They use a lot of water if actually used for washing up which is where the plastic washing up bowl comes in handy, Perry! Or one of those mats with suction pads. But there's aesthetics straight out of the window for you and most peeps seem to use a dish washer. Glasses should be washed by hand imo!

   

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