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    I figured it out! Still a work in progress. Needs a splash back, paint and a dishwasher.
    Love the butchers block benchtop! What are you guys cooking!?

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    Love the butchers block benchtop! What are you guys cooking!?
    It was last weekend, we were just making some Anzac biscuits.

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    I looooove Anzac biscuits!

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    Bit hard to explain. We removed the wall between the dining room and kitchen. That is the old kitchen in the background. The sink is still in the same place under the casement windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
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    Bit hard to explain. We removed the wall between the dining room and kitchen. That is the old kitchen in the background. The sink is still in the same place under the casement windows.
    So this is all open plan now is it?

    I ended up purchasing the 1/2 price light. DH said it will be the last big expenditure. So I'm not sure how to tell him about the $12k quote I just got for window coverings! 😳😁

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    Watching. I love renovating ideas

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    So the electrician is at our new house today and here's 2 of my new lights

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    How exciting! I really really love that white globe light shade!

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    Quote Originally Posted by honey gold View Post
    How exciting! I really really love that white globe light shade!
    Is it just me or does it look crooked?

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    Looks ok to me.


 

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