But as you say it's cheap, it looks good, it's eco friendly, easy to clean and durable.
Will you keep the metal look or have it painted?
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23-12-2015 22:14 #311
23-12-2015 22:30 #312
We really like a colour called seafoam so a slight green but would have to check how it would go with the grey wall.
Our first splash back selection was a glass subway tile but at $2000 for the splash back I thought no, that's not in the budget. The next option was a new tile range called "infinity" and they look like pressed metal. And about half the price of the glass tile. They're more matte than glass tiles, which I prefer, but then I started thinking, why go with a pressed metal look when I could just have pressed metal!
If they're primed and painted will that prevent the damage from acidic foods?
24-12-2015 08:46 #313
Do you know if the quote includes those things or is the raw material of pressed metal cheaper than your other two options?
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29-12-2015 20:32 #314
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29-12-2015 22:03 #316
Ideally I'd like a neutral grey but every time I say that, paint places keep coming up with greiges like the top right colour - that's called ashen mist and was our original choice.
On this board we both like bottom right (snowdonia 1/2 strength), top middle (morning grey) and maybe the top left for bathrooms and laundry, wherever we're having tiles. That one has only black added to a white base. No other colour. We're having white skirtings.
29-12-2015 22:09 #317
12-07-2016 19:53 #318
Here's what it looks like now
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12-07-2016 22:02 #319
You have done such an incredible job with your colour choices and finishes. Wow!
I'm in awe of anyone who slogs through a build. I wanted to do this earlier in the year when we were looking to buy a new house and we were soooo soo close to buying a KDR property, but eventually bought a house that's ready to move into.. Then we spent 2 weeks fixing up our house for sale and it was 2 of the most stressful weeks I've experienced in a LONG time. I'm definitely not cut out for building/renovating lol I do love watching renovation shows though! And this thread is a lot of fun to look through
We have done some small renovations to properties in the past. I'll post some before & afters.
Our house is going to auction this weekend. I'm really excited
12-07-2016 22:23 #320
Are you building, renovating or decorating?
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Here's a before & after of a kitchen we did in one of our investment properties. The original kitchen was a small eat-in .. We moved the kitchen into the oversized living area (as a galley kitchen) and converted the old kitchen to a 2nd bedroom. It was originally a 1 bedroom apartment.
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"After" photos of the old kitchen, now the 2nd bedroom.
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