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    Default Glass window instead of glass splash back.

    Just wondering what people thought of this.
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    Considering getting this done in our kitchen, as opposed to just a wall with glass splashback.

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    Love it.

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    I've seen it done in a few places and it really opens up the kitchen. It's also like a built in, constantly changing artwork.

    I'd do it in a heartbeat.

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    Love it! It's on my list for when we build again.

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    I love it but I would worry about privacy...I have seen (I think at masters they have doors like this) a double glass pane with blinds inside obviously you would want them to be hidden when open..

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    Privacy isn't much of an issue thankfully coz we will be slightly higher than those neighbours and that side of their house/yard isn't really used.

    Strangely it works out cheaper than having a normal wall with glass splash back.

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    I really like it - they did something like that on the block and it looked great. It would let lots of light into the kitchen which would be lovely.

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    I love it. My good friend has it in her kitchen, and the window overlooks their herb garden. I think it's fantastic.

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    We have this in our place, it's gorgeous. You can roll the blind down in the evening for privacy.


 

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