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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    Excellent! I'm really glad you guys like it.

    I'm going to buy some sample pots. thanks for the tip biscotti, I'll buy a French grey too.

    Not painting till February so luckily I have time to decide! Lol

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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    FITB I love your kitchen!

    We are renovating ours soon and planning on white and coffee colours, but I'm undecided.

    Waterlilly, we are getting stone benchtops through Halton Joinery here in Tas and they are very reasonably priced. Glass splash back was three times the cost of tiles.

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    All I can say is Do NOT Use VISTAGLASS in Tinglapa. They are so rude after fitting a glass splashback I found deep scratches and they claim that it wasn't them... I am now left with a $45,000 kitchen with scratched glass and it looks terrible. I am 5 months pregnant and can't afford the stress of taking them to court.

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    I like the look of white walls and grey cupboards. I also think it hides the sticky finger marks!


 

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