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    Default New kitchen

    Our Ikea kitchen was about $3k for cupboards. Not including benchtops which we got elsewhere. They have a 25yr warranty and use Blum hinges and soft close drawers ( we have mostly all drawers which always pushes the price up)

    I would buy another Ikea kitchen in a heartbeat.

    I had a quote from a kitchen company and was told there was no way they could do cupboards even in the cheapest laminex for under $10k and with ikea we have Vinyl wrap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joalisha View Post
    My kitchen so far
    It's looking great!!!

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    Tiles are in!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by joalisha View Post
    Tiles are in!!
    Oh wow! Looking great!!

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    Looks great

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by yummymummy5 View Post
    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.
    That is so terrible, surely there is some solution .. I will have a think for you!

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    Def go ikea over bunnings, we put in a bunnings kitchen, mil put in an ikea and the ikea one is much better quality/finish. Our drawer slides have broken as well as that some of our cupboard doors have discoloured (we're gloss white and are now a dodgy off white) but because it's gloss white it's not covered under their warranty

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1379673482.225564.jpgThis is my kitchen now! Still needs some cover panels but I love it!

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