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    Girl after my own heart

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    Option 1! We're currently putting in a new one in high gloss black!( not my idea ) I'm not looking forward to cleaning it ahh! I'd love option 1. Very lovely

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    I like both but prefer option 1. So jealous with your kitchen

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    im not a fan of woodgrain (about to rip our kitchen out and go with solid colours) but i like the colours in your samples

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    Quote Originally Posted by luv2luv View Post
    imho, i think a white benchtop will look best with those colour selections.

    I think those colours are all the same tones and there will be no pop. Make your stone the feature of your kitchen, white will look amazing! Remember contrasting colours work best.

    (Is that ceasarstone you are using, I think there is one called "snow" or something, go for a cool white not a warm white if you decide to go that way )
    Essastone or how ever it's spelt. We were thinking of a lighter grey (looks brown in the pic but it's actually grey lol), but not white. We currently have white ceasarstone and we hate it.

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    Just quietly, I'm going to have the best kitchen ever argh I am so excited!
    We stuck with option 1. Had 2 interior designers agree with our decision, so there's no doubt there any more.


 

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