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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerKat View Post
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    heres an example @FITCHICK
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    Best thing we put in our kitchen was drawers instead of cupboards and soft close hinges - love them! Don't skimp on these details because they really are worth having.
    Carpet in the bedrooms - good quality with thick underlay and preferably wool so to avoid static.
    Security screens so you can always leave the windows open and wide eaves for this reason too.
    Use good quality paint internally like wash and wear, it really does make a difference.

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    Butlers pantry with room for a chest freezer!!! i hate walking outside to get stuff for dinner lol

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    Those with a big pantry with a sink - exactly what do you use the sink for?

    We are renovating & I'm planning a massive walk in pantry in which to keep the small appliances like food processor, juicer etc all set up and ready to go. But I can't imagine what I would do with another sink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpybump View Post
    Those with a big pantry with a sink - exactly what do you use the sink for?

    We are renovating & I'm planning a massive walk in pantry in which to keep the small appliances like food processor, juicer etc all set up and ready to go. But I can't imagine what I would do with another sink?
    We also have our juicer in the back and I prep and clean the juicer jug straight away using that back sink..

    Our pantry leads out to the garage and then bbq so when we're entertaining all bbq dishes are done or rinsed in the back sink so they're ready to be loaded into the dishwasher later..

    My husband also brews and uses that sink..

    Other appliances like the kettle and Tefal 2in1 are kept in the back, again using that extra sink for cleaning and filling the kettle..

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