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g0mug0mu last won the day on October 20 2014

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  1. Similar experience as per zip track. At first worker get Covid, then zip track cannot come in time because China lockdown etc. If zip track cannot come in time, why say worker Covid in the first place? At least they offer to refund deposit and we engaged another supplier. If not I am going down their office camp and setup another FB, google page for them in order for others to find them.
  2. Haha. Blue flooring is quite hard to find to! Had to customize it so that its not too blue and my cabinets are kind of blue too!
  3. Hi Sorry, I am sorry I didnt login for some time! I got it from An Huat Trading opposite Great World City. They are one of the few specialize in Peranakan tiles which they customize for me (2-3months wait). Thanks for following!!!
  4. Thanks! Still loving my blue floor! Thanks for your compliments. I got the fan from chatuchak in Thailand. Haha probably the same place? For those particular about the colour temp of lighting, the living room lighting is 4000k, Toshiba brand about 10+ dollars from Thailand as well. Because common 2700k (warm white) and 5500k (cool white) is too white or orange for TV watching. My ID no longer working there already. Haha. The company starts with a three.
  5. I have noticed that my previous pictures are gone! Re-upload into Renotalk and ciao~
  6. That is most of the photos post renovation! (Need to dig out the bedroom pics that is somewhere..) Hope renotalker enjoy the blog! Hope to be back with the lived-in photos! Happy Chinese New Year! Haut Ah!
  7. 3 Pieces for Furniture to Share Brita Sofa Bed from Castlery Storage Bed My absolute favourite piece of furniture: Retro Cabinet Trucked all the way from Thailand Found it in a ulu corner from Bangkok!
  8. Details to maximize cabinet space Pull out Hafele Kessebohmer Spice Rack (from Hafele) Its really good and stable Carpenter wasnt sure it will last but help us to install in anyway! Double hinge drawer door due to uneven wall height U-shape drawer (to accomadate sink piping) with 2 x bearing tracks.
  9. Kitchen Island Kuche Hob and Induction Domino Cooker from Lioncityco Blanco Pleon 8 Sink (Undermounted by ID - Good Job!) from Hoe Kee Fisher and Paykel E521TR3 from Courts @ Orchard (There is a nice F&P agent station there) Bosch 90cm island hood from Courts Ariston Oven and Microwave from Mayer warehouse sale The island/dining table layout is definately the most difficult to design to fit into our TINY HDB kitchen. Our requirements Have an Island 790mm F&P Fridge Comply to gas piping and water piping regulations 2 domino hob Built in microwave/over Walking space Preperation area Large 700mm wide sink Enough Cabinetry Drawers Dryer and washerAlas, after 20+ layout brainstorming, we finally got all off the above except cabinetry drawers hence the dining table has cabinets on one side (and no leg room). Building is also difficult getting the necessary permits and rework of gas and concrete base due to wrong measurements. But its all worth it as the island makes cooking X2 interesting. Cleaning up is also much easier. Carpentry workmanship and detailing is good.
  10. Dining Table in Raw Wood Finish Dining Area! Chalkboard Painted Store Room Door (From Typo)
  11. Shoutouts to the 2014 t-bloggers who are still diligently updating and contributing, you have my respect! In case anyone is wondering why do we have a huge door in between the supremely small 4 room BTO living room. Door when closed Door when open This will be the living area WHICH ALLOW US TO SWITCH ON THE AIRCON when watching TV. (SOFA Bed from Castlery. Its fuax leather, cheap and good) Hence, no excuse for TV in the bedroom which is exclusively for sleeping.
  12. I am loving our barn door too! The idea turns out well I have officially moved in on the early Dec. Finally the dust has settle on the year long project. And managed to complete the house warming, christmas and holiday trip since moving in. My pic above is in here http://www.renotalk.com/articles/552/7-Outstanding-Ways-to-Tile-Your-New-BTO-Flat Another view when its completed My Favourite part of the house. Barn yard door + my live christmas tree. Will miss the welcoming pine smell when it dries up after 2months. All dressed up
  13. Wow thank you! I wish I could go to the Taj one day. Unfortunately, no. Mid Oct --> Their carpentry job was almost completed End Oct --> ID then got time to meet us and hopefully collect payment because we haven't meet up since carpentry is up Early Nov --> Tiles spoiled in the meanwhile. No response. Main ID on leave, job passed on to the boss. Did try to repair in the meanwhile but boss to busy to call for any updates. Sent pictures of flooring but conveniently left out the spot behind the door which cannot be removed. ID came back. Boss raised voice at my wife saying too busy to meet us, we have to go to his office. Took 3 weeks to come to mutual agreement. Mid Nov --> ID on holiday, need to wait 2weeks before she got time to meet us on site. We agreed to pay only if all things are done. Unfortunately its impossible since no time to meet before that to talk about defects. Communicate through email. Paid half of balance. End Nov --> ID have company trip. Another 2 weeks before we can meet which is this Saturday. Our timing is to meet after office hours or on Saturday. Was able to meet us no problems before signing the contract. Hate to write negative issues on my blog. Sigh.
  14. The 80s ******! Enjoy the Reno journey!!
  15. Cement tiles was out for a brief moment during the initial cleaning. HENG AR... The cleaner never acid wash this.. The bitterness of poor quality is remembered long after the sweetness of low price has faded from memoryReno will be worth the wait! Visited in the day and wanted to test out our track lights Improvised curtains!