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  1. I think it's all about perception, probability, and choosing what you want to believe.
  2. Hi, Do you find the screws distracting? I've seen many pictures of home decor and seriously, I can't find a single picture that has those screws sticking out. And also, the lights are exposed from the inside. Some may not like it. Maybe that's why it looks brighter than other downlights. But other than these aesthetics issues, I'd say yeah, the Philips downlight is a good piece to consider.
  3. Hi everyone I've enquired around on LED downlights. I noticed some use the small bulb with 3 or 4 tiny LEDs inside, commonly known as MR16. While others use the square casing type where you can't open to see what's inside. How do you decide which is appropriate for your living room and bedrooms? Some say the MR16 gives more direct and concentrated lighting, more suitable as spot light, so they recommend the square casing type instead. But I've seen some pictures of MR16 being used as main lighting also. Appreciate your views. Thank u.
  4. Hi all.... Does any of you know of any good lighting shop in Balestier or elsewhere where I can find chandelier with swarovski crystals? Been to a handful of shops but can't seem to find any. I appreciate any kind advice. Thank u!
  5. I hope it's not sarcasm or name-calling you were intending by the above first sentence. Kind of discriminating. Buy a TV that is suitable for your home. And know how comfortable you are with your budget and floor layout to accommodate the TV. Big is definitely better in general if you want to enjoy a good show. Question only is, do you have the $$$ to spend and can your home take such a big screen? But if you don't appreciate or watch too many shows, then of course, a smaller TV may suit you better.
  6. Hi anyone can kindly send me the contact of Angela for the false ceiling? Thank u!
  7. Thanks... ok now I can visualize it better. Previously, I was confused by the extra display cabinet because your much earlier pictures didn't have it yet. Nice.... very classy feel to the whole room.
  8. very nice. thanks for sharing. i'm sure your leave taken is worth it for a nice final result. do u have a wider angle shot of your walk in wardrobe in the master bedroom?
  9. Anyone else has any experience/opinions about Navinzi?
  10. Noted... So can I conclude that: Without the skirting, it's a lot easier on the carpenter's job to have the wardrobe flushed to the wall. As good as guaranteed. But... even with the skirting present, it is still possible to achieve a good flush to the wall, just that it involves more work and skills on the carpenter's part.
  11. Ha, I didn't mention I wanted to bring along the built-in wardrobe. If you read above, that statement was wrongly assumed by another fella here. Yes, like you said, if in future, the buyer wants to remove the wardrobe and finds no skirting, I'm not sure how it will affect the selling, cos I would have many rooms with customized carpentry. That was what I had originally meant in my post above. Then, thinking about it again, I'm not so sure now that just because of the missing skirting, the cov will be drastically affected.
  12. symphony, what do you mean by "neater"? Does it mean the wardrobe is more flushed (less gap) without the skirting?
  13. Hi, thanks. I definitely will want to consider skirting. As you said, if next time I wish to remove the wardrobe or sell away the home, at least there's something there. My only concern is whether the wardrobe can flush nicely against the wall if the skirting is present. As long as that is possible, then I will go ahead. What I am afraid is there will be a very slight gap between the wardrobe and the wall. Not nice...