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  1. Hi Everyone, this would be my second time posting my house renovation on renotalk. my last reno was a 4 room bto in fernvale 6 years ago.. and middle of this year, my hubby convinced me to sell the house to move nearer to my parents' and my daughters' future school.it was a dilemma as we were staying right opposite seletar mall and i love the convenience. but hubby had valid points on why we should sell and so i agreed to put our first hse on the mkt.We sold our house within 3 months but took longer to find a hse that we both like and so had to move into my parents' hse to stay for the meantime. House hunting We were looking at serangoon central 5 room flats initially, but the prices of the 30 year old flats were way above valuation and we learnt it the hard way as we had placed the $1000 deposit on a flat before valuation came out to be 55k less than the offered price!!! omg.. had to forgo the $1000 deposit as we did not exercise the option in the end. Le Sigh,gave up the dream of staying at serangoon central area and started looking at amk ave 10 ( prices were similar to serangoon central!) and even hougang but we couldn't find a flat we both like. moved on to serangoon north eventually and found a new listing for a 5 room flat on property guru and we made an appt immediately with the agent. hubby liked the hse after viewing as it was bit like "condo layout" i.e. rooms along a corridor.As for me,it was more of a "lets see if i can turn it into me dream house". We made an offer and seller wanted 90 days extension before putting in option and 3 months extension after sale is completed! can't believe we agreed and here we are, waiting for the day we can start renovation. here is our floor plan of our second home!
  2. Been thinking long and hard if I should start a t-blog, because I’m not sure if I can commit to writing one between life, work, and the hectic reno process. But in the end I thought I should try to document the process of shaping my house into a home. Background This is a 3 room unit at Punggol, along the waterway. Key collection started on 14 March 2017 for the first 2 blocks, my block is next and I think we'll most likely get our keys in April. Different from most other t-blogs by couples, the house will be for myself, my mom and my younger brother. Since I’ll be paying for the place (+ reno and furniture/appliances) alone, I chose not to burden myself with a higher loan for my first home by getting a 4R. Hence my budget for reno isn't big at all; my challenge is to make it a nice place with everyone having their own space in a small house. Floor Plan I’m quite happy with the layout of the unit, even though it’s small. Kitchen is tiny but squarish, bedrooms are decent size and bomb shelter is not in front of the kitchen. Overall, I have no real issues with the positioning and shape of the rooms. It also has an open concept kitchen. Next few posts will cover my mood board, the space planning for the house and ID selection process. Can’t wait for my key collection! I was never too excited until the recent 2 months
  3. Hello everyone! I decided to start this t-blog not so much to document our renovation process (will try to as much as I can), but mainly to share things, especially tips and other little nuggets of info, which I have learnt during this period and during another renovation I was involved in 4 years back. Renovation is a time-consuming and multi-faceted process, and when I started out, I was so overwhelmed by the amount of things I didn’t know. Doing research helped (thank you, Renotalkers!), but even now there are still so many things I am still learning for my second renovation. Hopefully this thread will benefit others Contents for easier reference: Introduction & The Unit ID-Contractor Conundrum Theme - Moodboard & 3D Renders Hacking & Wet Works Tiling Special Request Going Green - Vertical Garden & Growing Herbs Air-conditioning - Toshiba System 5 Vinyl Flooring - Eco Pluz Painting - Dulux Colour of the Year & Colour Play Testers Painting Boo-Boo & DIY Paint Effect & DIY Spray Paint Switch Boxes DIY More Painting Plumbing & Citygas Piping Box-up & Concealed Shower - Insani24.de Carpentry - Laminate Selection Carpentry - Design & Planning with Results: Shoe Rack, Study Room Bookcase, TV Console & Feature Wall Dry & Wet Kitchen Master Bedroom Wardrobe & Bathroom Fibre Termination Point Installation at TV Console Hood Installation Hassle Fan Installation Doors, Main Gate, Digital Locks, and Blinds Vertical Garden Part 2 - Installation & Planting Final Photos Renovation Costs Choosing Our ID and Feedback of Our ID (deleted) Fantastic Furniture and Where to Find Them - M&M, Crate & Barrel, Etch & Bolts, HipVan, Naiise, Comfort Furniture Introduction: Husband and I got married in 2015 and we spent quite some time waiting to buy a resale flat because “the boss” has very high expectations and yet not-so-high budget, so took a while before “the one” came along…… … and even after marrying her, he asked for patience because he really really wanted to get a unit near his parents’ place. So bo pian, yours truly patiently waited but no good units came up and finally had to put my foot down and force the boss to look for alternative areas. Long story short, we did manage to find a good unit not-so-near his parents (I did a little hurray, I admit), price was a little high but boss willing to pay, and we also had to patiently wait for the previous owners to move out before we could get our renovation started. The unit: Our new house has a very interesting layout which appealed to us, mainly the long combined living and dining room. The master room is also situated away from the common rooms, which means more privacy, but also posed some challenges because the space is limited and we can’t knock down some walls to combine the bedrooms. No walk-in wardrobe, for sure... Here are photos we took right after getting our keys... If you noticed, the previous owners had combined the two common bedrooms into one, so this is actually the current layout:
  4. We finished our rather major renovations few months back but just found time to share some pictures. We engaged an ID but in the end, he was doing mainly the wet works (hacking, cementing, marble, tiles, electrical, plumbing etc) and playing more the role of a project co-ordinator. We engaged specialist contractors directly for many parts of the works (cabinets, kitchen, wardrobe, glass works, painting, landscape, pond etc) with my better half doing a lot of the "interior designing" herself! The result is not too bad. Learnt quite a number of things which we can share. This will also serve as a record of our renovation journey. Please excuse me if my posts are not in chronological order, "terbalik" or all over the place. TABLE OF CONTENTS Living Room, Vertical Garden, Indoor Koi Pond Ceiling Fans and Dining Area White Dry Kitchen Black Wet Kitchen Storeroom & Bomb Shelter Racks Yard Toilets Part 1 including Japanese washlet (bidet) Decking - Glass, Chengai & Accoya Roof Terrace Part 1 Useful Renovation Tips Auntie Painters Part 1 Web Cameras Part 1 Vertical Garden Wardrobes & Cabinets Burmese Green Vases Part 1 Wood Tiles for Kitchen & Yard Toilets Part 2 White Marble Selection & Laying Marble Polishing Not My Job Pole System Wardrobe Web Cameras Part 2 Roof Terrace Part 2 Water Outlets Pest Control Part 1 Koi Pond Part 1 Burmese Green Vases Part 2 DIY Tips DIY Sanding & Staining Wooden Bench DIY Lock Change LED Down Lights Cove Lights & LED Strip Lights LED Wall LIghts LED Track Lights LED Flood Lights LED Table Lamps DIY - Basic Tools for Every Home DIY - Drilling & Fixing Things on Walls DIY - Drilling into Tiles (Marble, Ceramic etc) Wall Art Wall Prints Brianform Sofa Philips Smart TV YouTube Karaoke Philips Sound Bar Naos Action Table Elan Dining Table Bubbles Mirror Arco Lamp Eileen Gray Side Table E1027 Barcelona Chair Ikea's Egg Chair Bubble Chair Horse Lamp Toto WC Auntie Painters Part 2 Air Conditioners Outdoor Furniture Laundry Area Nurseries @Jln Lekar (Lim Chu Kang) Frangipani Tree Network Cabling Part 1 Chinese New Year 2014 Side by Side Refrigerator Part 1 LED Lights Driver Ladders My Toys Steam Cleaners Buying Fans from JB Shower Area Kerb / Drop Removing Stains from Marble Side by Side Refrigerator Part 2 Broadband Speed Test Koi Pond Part 2 Bringing Frangipani Tree up to Roof Terrace Potted Plants Nurseries @Bedok South Road Water Pump Change Instant Water Heater v Storage Heater Types of Water Heaters Another Pump Bites the Dust Articulated TV Wall Mount Alkaline Water Potted Plants - Lechuza Sub-Irrigation System Posting to Blog with Pictures via Mobile Leaking Roofs Inter-Floor Water Seepage Spalling Concrete LPG Gas from Union Gas Sudden Storm Optical Glass Cracked Power Trips Water Leak in Hollow Polycarbonate Roof LPG Gas from Tan Brothers Little Giant LadderMulti Purpose & Telescopic Ladder Digital TV CATV Signal Amplifier Wall Mounted TV and Soundbar - Concealing the Wires Tiny House on Wheels Slow Juicers - Hurom, Kuvings, Hyundai Manual Slow Juicers Nurseries @Bah Soon Pah Rd (off Sembawang Rd) Recycling Chinese New Year 2015 Long Reach Prunner (Fruit Picker) Fire Extinguishers DIY Sub-Irrigation System (Self Watering/Draining) Tap Timer Hose Bib Fertilising System Smoke Detectors National Day (and Durian Party) 2015 Gas Detector Power Trip Mooncake Festival 2015 Cooker Hoods in Ventilation & Recycling Modes D-Link IP Cameras Electrical Overloading Ants, Ants, Ants Exercise Equipment Virtual Private Network (VPN) Network Cabling Part 2 Crimping RJ45 Connector Intruder Caught on Camera! Herb Garden Civet Cat Came Visiting Again Gas v Electric Water Heaters in Singapore Parrot came Visiting (subsequently established to be a Macaw) Changing Broken Window Handle or Lock Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum Cleaner Accoya Wood Flooring Problem iRobot Braava 380t Floor Mopping Robot Xiaomi Mi Robot Voice Packs (Including English) UPDATES FROM MARCH 2018 Vertical Garden Systems DIY Vertical Garden (Green Wall) with Automatic Irrrigation Xiaomi Roborock Robot Vacuum & Mop (Generation 2) 4 Versons of Xiaomi Mi Robot
  5. Greetings! Wifey and I applied for a 5RM HDB @ Canberra, which is situated between Yishun and Sembawang. Canberra is a non-matured estate with growing facilities. We hope that things will get better, especially when the new Canberra MRT is operational. So let's start off with our floorplan. As ours is from a SOBF: 1) No flooring is included for living and bedrooms - No issues as we wanted a different tiles design. 2) Kitchen wall is included - We wanted an open & close concept kitchen, so this wall must go. 3) Sanitary fittings are included - After looking at the HDB sanitary fittings (toilet bowls, toilet basins, shower heads), they are acceptable and we will not be changing them to save costs. Here is a video of the "Before" reno: Defects Rectification Fortunately, the number of defects are minimal. We had minor defects. The more notable ones are; hairline cracks on wall, rusty door hinges, low water pressure at service yard. BSC took 2 weeks to do the rectifications. Before planning for renovation, I read through this thread which contains useful knowledge from other home owners. This has helped shaped my plans and is a must read for all first time home owners. https://www.renotalk.com/forum/topic/19954-materials-that-u-regret-using-installing/ We wanted to make our home look bright, open and lively. We did not want our home to have a "hotel" feel. Therefore we would be going for a bright woody/scandi feel with shades of white, brown, grey. Below is an example of our moodboard, some of which were obtained from other Renotalkers here.
  6. Hello all! I have been a silent reader and follower of this forum since my fiance and I received our keys in May 2015 - we have been kinda chill about this so the process only started proper last month haha. Before I begin, I would really like to give my biggest heartfelt thank you to all the bloggers here who have shared their experiences because it has helped me so much, if not entirely in my own process. We are halfway through the renovation process now and I thought I would start writing about our renovation journey and hopefully, our experience would help all of you in your own exciting experience. The initials of our names form WHAT - hence the title ahha. We are both easties at heart so imagine our joy when we successfully applied for a sales of balance BTO in the Bedok area. It is about 10 mins walk to Bedok MRT, and we ain't got a good view (unless you count having a free show of watching your neighbours go about their business as one) but I gladly sacrificed that so that we could still be in an environment we grew up in. So here is our very humble home layout - a 4 room unit. I guess you could call our theme scandustrial (are you bored of this already?) but I love the woody warm feel, mixed with a little bit of industrial (black framed glass and wirings), and marble-tops - I will just let the photos do the talking for the inspirations. I guess you can say I am into a lot of white, grey and brown shades heh.
  7. Execution of outdoor flooring is an extremely hot trend in modern exterior design. It brings the difference with a completely new and eye-catching space. Outdoor flooring will be indispensable material in the architecture. The use of materials in exterior space design is also an art. This requires the architect to carefully select the elements to be harmoniously combined. And outdoor wood flooring is a great choice. It makes a point in a beautiful picture. With outstanding advantages, wooden floor is a creative application in the design of outdoor space and garden landscape. In exterior design, materials such as bricks, granite are too familiar. However, they are very limited in creating the break and novel. With outdoor decking, creativity does not seem to be limited. Outdoor spaces feel softer, cooler and more impressive thanks to the use of wooden flooring. The rest is how we will apply this material in the designs. Wood Flooring - Improving living space my website have speak https://sanngoaitroi.com/san-go-ngoai-troi-tecwood Currently, construction of outdoor wood floor is used a lot in villas, beautiful resort as dream. From materials to colors, wood floors meet the strict requirements of works requiring aesthetic. Outdoor wood floors bring warm, warm space As soon as you set foot in the garden space outdoor flooring application, you will feel completely new. No hardening of brick, stone, concrete. The soft, cool and close to being here. The soft color of the wood floor is harmonious with the grass, flowers and leaves will bring you feel relaxed in the soul. With creative decor, you can create an impressive living space. Application of outdoor flooring in garden landscaping design The garden corridor is designed as well as an art. Entrance to the house is the connection space indoors with garden. It is also one of the important factors that make up the overall beauty of the home. Therefore, the need to select the ingenious design materials here. With many advantages such as excellent resistance to weather, harsh, no warping, not warping, not fading. Using wooden floors for garden walkways is a perfect idea. It not only brings beautiful space but also is very friendly with people and nature around. Garden walkways use wooden floors to create a break Use of outdoor wood flooring in swimming pools creates a modern and luxurious space The pool area is most affected by the environment, especially the water. The requirement for floor design here is to ensure non-slip, waterproof. In addition, the pool at the villa, the resort also requires high aesthetics, especially the luxury and modern. Parquet is a material that fully meets these requirements. With the current production technology, outdoor wood flooring is a durable material, not affected by the weather. Usability is very flexible for us to be creative. Especially the color of the wood bring both the feeling is cool both close and friendly. In addition, the floor is not colorless when exposed to water. Wooden flooring provides modern space Application of wooden floor when designing garden fence Parquet is produced in many different formats. From wood to box or sheet. So you can freely design your living space. It is not only used for flooring but also as a decorative material for garden decoration. You will be fascinated with the fences around the garden made of industrial wood. Unlike concrete fences, iron or steel, fence designs from wooden flooring make it unique from color to space. This is the style of modern design is applied more and more in the exterior space. The advantage of the wooden fence is that it removes rigidity, brings a rustic simplicity but no less luxurious. Especially it creates an open space close to nature, safe with people. Wooden fence with unique impression Applying wood flooring in the garden landscape design The advantage of laminate flooring is that it can be applied flexibly in many cases. You will be surprised to know that this material is also designed by designers to decorate ideas to combine in harmony with the wood flooring, wood flooring walkway. With small garden, wood floors are used to design flower pots, flower trusses, chairs, ... All create impressive space, romantic and attractive. Wooden flooring is used in the design of flower basins, bowls Currently, outdoor wood flooring is the first choice of investors. In addition to decorative purposes, wood flooring is also applied according to Feng Shui principles. It also contributes to g
  8. I will like to sell the attached furniture at affordable price. Please pm me or send me a quote if you are interested.
  9. Hello Everyone! After years of lurking around here, learning so much from all the seniors here, I am finally starting my own T-blog! Why Smelly Nest? Its just our pet name for each other Lets start with the conventional boring floor plan. ">http://http://s307.photobucket.com/user/melakamalacca/media/Punggol/floor%20plan.jpg.html'> Our unit is a tiny 87 meter sq ( 90 meter sq including air con ledge). So our main challenge is creating enough storage for all our rubbish. The next post will be summarizing our visits to the IDs.
  10. Anyone has experience/tips on doing a DIY feature wall? Just looking for something simple with textured wood or brick (I know this is harder) that is easy to DIY. If you got any suggestions on what tools i need/ways to do it, or places to get materials, please let me know as well. Thanks!
  11. Beautiful, Modernised High Quality Table Furniture Extremely good quality wood - Suar wood from indonesia that can last a lifetime! Sturdy and original, colors are yellowish to brownish... Place this table in your balcony, room, decoration purposes or anywhere else that pleases you **this is not your CHEAP WOOD you get from IKEA** **extremely heavy** **as good as new, in mint condition! judge the pictures yourself** SIZE: 120 cm (L) x 65 cm (W) x 76 cm (H) Used less than a year and selling because i needed a office desk instead. Selling Price: $600 (open to nego for serious interested parties) Location: Bedok Reservoir Road Blk 621 Contact: sms 8228 5068
  12. Hi fellow DIY-ers, I have been doing home DIY projects for a few years, but am new to Singapore. I am used to working with pine back home however am not familiar with a lot of the timber types readily available in SG. I’m looking for cheap construction timber that can be used for wall frames and basic furniture (shelves, desks and tables). Can anyone please provide any recommendations on what carpenters/hobbyists in SG would typically use? I emailed one supplier, who suggest Nyatoh, but from everything I’ve read this is more expensive than I’d like. I am looking for real timber and not plywood. Looking for typical standard sizes (1x4, 2x4, 4x4) and lengths of around 2.4m. Thanks!
  13. Dear Readers, Fairly new to RenoTalk as I merely just read and see pictures of other's T-Blogs, therefore decided to also share mine journey with everyone. Had friends and family whom encountered contractors/ID that ran away, ended up their money was cheated. Therefore, we were very careful in selecting our ID by ensuring that they are accredited with CaseTrust/RCMA. This is to prevent our money from dissapearing after hearing all those bad experiences... We wanted a home to display our Lego collection, as well as a cozy home to look forward to coming back everyday after work. As I do some baking as my hobby, i will need an open kitchen concept with lots of space to do my stuffs. Here are some details of my home: Location: Woodlands Type of Unit: HDB 4 Room Floor Size: 93m² Theme: Modern + Contemporary + Scandinavian + 15 Shades of Grey (not 50..) Floor Plan: HDB's Proposed Layout: Our Layout: Original's HDB layout is definitely not the layout i'm looking at as I have quite a number of Lego sets to display. These are some of the pictures/feels that I like when i first sourced for ideas/design/layout Moodboard Like all of you, selection of ID is the great headache of all. We were all hyped out and too excited, therefore started looking for ID as early as 2015-2016 after we booked our flat with HDB. FYI, our home is only going to be ready 2Q 2017. ID Selection 1) 3D I****** D****** - Strike Off Been hearing and seeing aloton them via Radio / Tv (RenoAid) as they are getting popular. Been to their showroom, didn't like the vibes of the company as the ID forgotten my appointment with them. Didn't bother to follow up after that, as they seems "too popular" or busy. 2) W**ken - Strike Off Visited them for fun at Tampines, didn't have much interesting ideas from them. Therefore decided to just drop them, as they are unable to think of anything out of the norm as all the proposed design/layout is what i found online. 3) Ciss**n Interior Design - Strike Off Also another ID that is frequently found at expo shows, quite like the home they did up for local celebrity - Judy, which was displayed at the showroom. Person we spoke to was very aggressive and pushy, therefore got quite turn off as during the point of time we were just looking out and finding out prices only. 4) i-Ch*pter - Strike Off Happen to chance upon them at one Star Living Furniture event, the ID we spoke to was quite knowledgeable and has lots of great, creative ideas. If you are looking for great ideas, you can look for him. We didn't select him because the company only offer 1 year warranty and the package is not enticing enough, furthermore hekeep calling me the wrong name ever since day 1. 5) Sk* Cr****** / Mus*e - Strike Off For those that visited the Musee Interior Design Resource Library would definitely come know them, as they are partners with Musee. It's an eye opener for a newbie like me to know about all about renovation and planning for my home, for those wanting to gain some knowledge can go visit them. We didn't eventually chose them because we felt that they want a share in every bit of every business, which makes them too "messy" and not specializing in what they are supposing to do. 6) U**** ID - Strike Off As the raves of the famous K** and Sa***** goes, we decided to also make an appointment with them to find out how good they are. On the 2nd meetup, you can tell that they are very sincere and serious in getting your business. They even do up a mood board and 3D for you to visualize, idont think i have come across any other ID that does this so far. Pretty amaze by what they can do to make you feel pressured. Their ideas are so-so in my opinion, quotation was super over-priced for the amount of work done. Furthermore, every hinges/drawer track provided were not even Excel or Blum. Didn't proceed with them as they only willing to offer 1 year warranty for that overprice quotation. 7) Rezt and Relax - [Selected] Always noticed their expo exhibition, visited them and quite like the vibes of their showroom/style. Made appointment with senior designer JJ and after a few meetup, we feel that the price is slightly on the high side. However, we were made to believe that it was because of the lifetime warranty. We decided to go with them as they are the only ID that offers lifetime warranty and is also backed by CaseTrust 8) Abs*l**k I******* D***** Saw alot of Facebook ads on this company, made appointment with them to just kaypoh kaypoh. The ideas and quotation were quite reasonable, we even manage to negotiate to a 5 years warranty coverage and free upgrade to blum for everything. The quotation were within our budget and best of all, it includes hacking of the 2nd Bedroom to cater my walk in wardrobe! However, we eventually didn't proceed with them because we have signed with R&R. Appliance/Equipment List: [Fridge, Aircon, Washing Machine, Heater, Basin] - Fridge: LG Door-in-Door Refrigerator 601L GS-J6011SB - AirCon: LG Artcool System 4 Mitsubishi Starmex System 4 5Ticks - Washer/Dryer: 12/8kg Inverter Direct Drive 6 Motion Front Loader WD1628RDS - Joven5035L Green Storage Heater: JH5035HE - Kitchen Basin: Blanco Metra 9 + Mida Sink MIxer [Hob, Hood, Oven, Microwave] - Hob/Hood: Brandt AT1490X + TG308XC1 + TI1000B package - Oven: Brandt 60cm Built-in Pyrolytic Oven FP1067XS - Microwave: Brandt 900w Built-in Microwave ME1030X i'm abit OCD and like things to be consistent, clean and neat. Therefore it has to be of the same brand/series... [Bathroom] - Rain Shower: Grohe Cosmopolitan 200 (Common) + Grohe Euphoria 180 (Master) - Basin Taps: Krisroz 43011C (Common) + Krizros KS35001 High Body (Master) - Toilet Bowl: American Standard AMS 2307 Acacia E Vortex - Bidet Spray: TBA - Accessories: TBA list to be updated, still looking around. Should be getting Grohe Rainshower and other stuffs... any recommendation? [Misc] - Eubiq Powertrack System - Evorich Flooring - Accessories: TBA - Deco Items: TBA Can you believe that we actually place deposit for Evorich Flooring back in early 2016, even way before anything else. We quite like the flexibility of Eubiq in the house (especially the kitchen), therefore we also went ahead to purchase the powertrack system and manage to negotiate a good deal to get additional stuffs. In the next post, will be posting details of the discussion of my 3D and pictures will be attached.
  14. Hi! We have been following the posts here for the longest time and it is finally our turn. Here's the typical and unexciting hdb floorplan haha ps: we hate the aircon ledge position
  15. Selling two used cupboards. Can be negotiated. Condition: 7/10 PM for more details
  16. Bundle Set: Dining table + 2 Benches = S$520 (save S$200) Dining table + 2 Benches + Coffee table = S$700 (save S$300). Each Item: 2 Bench seat 30cm(W)x110cm(L)x45cm(H) = S$120/each. Dining table 89cm(W)x150cm(L)x76cm(H) = S$480. Coffee table 106cm(W)x60cm(L)x40cm(H) = S$280. Benches can be practically tucked under the Dining table, it optimizing space and creates aesthetic sense in smaller dining room. The Coffee table can store family photos, books or family collection. It's a beautiful centerpiece for living room. Price negotiable. Interested whatsapp me at 90230276.
  17. Item Description - Wooden Foldable table outdoor table folding table metal legs (Chairs not included) Size: 80cm (width) x 80cm (length) x 75cm(Height) Item cost: SGD 45 Shipping: Standard Local Mail : Pick up only Seller will not be responsible for any damages or lost mail. Contact me at 91077136 for fast deals
  18. Item Description - - MODERN MINIMALIST CHAIR WOODEN LEGS PLASTIC CHAIR Item cost: SGD 30 each $50 for 2 Shipping: Standard Local Mail : Pick up only Seller will not be responsible for any damages or lost mail. Contact me at 91077136 for fast deals
  19. PRICE: SGD 100 ONO Sturdy wooden bookshelf, equipped with wooden sliding door with glass panel. Has 10 spacious shelves and 2 drawers. Capable of carrying heavy loads. Chic and practical solution for storage of books, albums, board games, stationery etc. I n good condition, except partial damage to grooves for sliding door. Defect does not affect function, but can be inspected fully before purchase. Contact for further information about item. Self pickup from residence in Upper East Coast. Dimensions: 1209mm width x 1803mm height x 381mm depth
  20. 1970s Antique Traditional Teak Wood Furniture Teakwood treasures since 1970s. Housed and used in a Shophouse along Desker Road, the antique teak wood furnitures holds many historic moments from time to time... Regrettably, the owners of the Shophouse decided to let the furnitures go... We are looking for Passionate Antique Collectors / Museums / Art Galleries / Cafe / Bookstores / etc to take over (for a small fee) ** The condition of the teak wood varies from individual pieces ** ** Not suitable for fussy buyers looking for brand new condition - this is antique, so it is not perfect piece of furniture ** If interested to view, please pm to arrange for viewing / address. ** teak wood is very heavy by nature, you need to have your own mover, transport, manpower** ** viewing - Monday to saturday (before 6pm) Price (between $30 - $100) If interested to view, please contact me - SMS @ 82285068 to arrange for viewing / address. Why Teak wood? 1. Strength Teak is a hard wood. It is strong and durable, able to withstand extremes of heat and cold. Whilst this makes it excellent wood for outdoor furniture, it also means that it can provide a lifetime and more of use indoors. It’s durability means that it is unlikely to suffer from rotting or many other afflictions that can attack other woods. Using the right type of teak – good quality wood with high quantities of oil and rubber – can result in beautiful pieces of furniture that can take whatever your home and throw at them. 2. Beauty The colour and grain of teak wood makes it one of the most attractive to furniture makers and home owners. Whilst outdoor teak furniture can be left to the elements and become an elegant silver-grey colour, teak used for indoor purposes is often oiled to retain its warm golden colour. Its strength is a real plus-point for furniture designers, who can produced a range of pieces that may not be viable using other, softer woods, which often means that you have a wider range of choice in teak furniture than in many other woods. 3. Adaptability The natural benefits of teak; strength, durability, warm colour, resistance to termites or other damaging elements, make it an extremely adaptable wood. Its water-resistant properties and tendency not to splinter easily made it a favourite for shipbuilders for hundreds of years and it has since been used for a wide range of both indoor and outdoor furniture. From large dining room tables to elegant cabinets and patio furniture, teak has the flexibility that many furniture makers are looking for today. Outdoor Teak Furniture - Important Facts When Buying One of the biggest logical considerations for buyers of deck or patio furniture is price. Most of us cannot simply go out and buy the biggest and best outdoor patio furniture without serious financial consequences. Still, while pricing is always a huge factor in any deck furniture purchase decision—it should never be the only thing considered. The value that you get for your money is really just as important as the amount you spend. If you take the time to calculate the true value of any furniture purchase, then the initial price will not be a true indication of the quality and usefulness.
  21. TV Console dimensions: L96in, B18.5in, H28.5in Preloved Solid Wood TV Console - it was custom made and I can't remember the exact type of wood used. Good condition. Excellent storage. The middle section of drawers juts out a little so the breadth for the middle section is 23in. Looking to sell at $300 but negotiable. Give me your best offer. There is a matching display shelf as well. Display shelf dimensions: L46in, B14in, H98.5in Preloved Solid Wood Display shelf - it was custom made as well and the same type of solid wood as the TV console. Good condition. Looking to sell at $200 but negotiable. Give me your best offer. *Discounted price available for buyer that is interested in both pieces*
  22. Rustic industrial vintage inspired sideboard cabinet - all steel frame galvanized with accompanying steel and wood drawers. Mounted on fixed metal castors (does not roll easily) Purchased at S$2580, selling at just S$800. Price fixed, self collection only. Please arrange own transportation and manpower, cabinet is heavy. Am on lift level. Dimensions: 120cm (l) x 97cm (h) x 44cm (w)
  23. Solid wood coffee table with glass top. Two drawers. Excellent condition, under utilized. Heavy. Dimension: 120cm (L) x 60cm (W) x 40cm (H). Buyer arrange for pick-up/delivery at Punggol Field. Selling at $180. Contact nine one two seven three two five zero.
  24. Hi there! After spending months trawling the renotalk forums, and learning SO much from all you regular posters, I'm creating this t-blog to give back to the community by sharing my experience. Hopefully my 2-cents will be useful to some future home owner Renovation for our place has just started, so future updates will show progress of our home as well! Cheers, Alvin
  25. "Silentnight roof" bedside tables new, purchased at $278 W40cm x D41cm x H53cm 2-drawer dark brown wood. Colour is slightly darker than it appears in photo (which is overexposed). $50 for 1, $90 for the pair. Bought to include with rented out place but tenant does not want. Mint condition. Does not include transport costs, please arrange for your own transport (might be able to fit in back seat of car if your car is big enough).
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