Rural l-shaped kitchen in Essex with a built-in sink, recessed-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, wood worktops, multi-coloured splashback, coloured appliances, an island and grey floors.

Shaker Style KitchenCountry Kitchen, Essex

Rural l-shaped kitchen in Essex with a built-in sink, recessed-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, wood worktops, multi-coloured splashback, coloured appliances, an island and grey floors. —  Houzz
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Dot Oliver wrote:9 Aug 2017
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    Thanks for your enquiry. This Island Unit was part of the kitchen installation. It is made up of 2 No. 300mm deep x 800mm wide open shelving units with frame and corbels. This was then finished with end panels and a hand cut solid oak worktop, finished with a clear laquer. The kitchen was supplied by Howdens Joinery and the tops were from a local independent supplier. Hope that helps.

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Sophie Baylis added this to Ask an Expert: How Do I Prepare a Property for Renting?24 Jul 2017

Think long termWhere else should you invest? A decent branded boiler with a seven-year or more manufacturer’s warranty is well worth it, advises Pobgee: “There are cheaper boilers on the market, but once they’re out of the initial 12-month warranty they’ll start costing you a lot more and sour the relationship with the tenant.”In terms of fittings, don’t go for the cheapest either. “It’s a false economy,” says Pobgee. “Not only that, cheap looks cheap. Remember, although this is your house, it’s somebody’s home. Create a decent environment and, by and large, they will look after it, will want to renew the tenancy and take a pride in their home. Do everything on the cheap and you may struggle to let the property.”Pobgee also recommends updating soffits and fascias to UPVC. “It may cost a bit more now, but will save thousands of pounds in decorating costs over the next 20 years,” he says.

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Christine added this to Wood Countertops12 Jan 2018

Too much grain/too yellow brown

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