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Hey there, thanks! I know what you mean.. I grew up in a "woody" house and decided to go all modern with white n grey for my new home too. Haha.

My mirrored tic tac door is about 6ft and cost $720 :)

thanks for the info. one of the contractor was charging me $980.

Dont mind sharing your ID contact details and the breakdown quotation.

 

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i like your idea... simple and nice.

Esp the bomb shelter....

EDIT: Double post.

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i like your idea... simple and nice.

Esp the bomb shelter....

Thanks :)

Using the mirror to create an illusion of space, plus a good way to check ourselves before leaving home!

 

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Hi Guojiawen,

Really appreciate you for sharing the infor which is v.v.v.v useful for me. :good:

Dont mind sharing your ID contact details and the breakdown quotation to raitdavel17@hotmail.com.

Thank you so much :)

Hi suvi,

Have emailed you :)

Sorry I won't be sharing the breakdown of my Reno quote to be fair to my ID though. You can check out the approx works and cost in post #5.

Cheers!

 

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Hi guojiawen,

i really like the clean look of your kitchen cabinets..but i think we are going for a white table top instead cos we've been living with a black one for almost 15 years! hahaha. :dunno:

The mirrored tic tac door..looks kool! :good:

think ya can let me know how much it cost ya for that one?

Thanks!

Hey there, thanks! I know what you mean.. I grew up in a "woody" house and decided to go all modern with white n grey for my new home too. Haha.

My mirrored tic tac door is about 6ft and cost $720 :)

 

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Renovation Day 64 - 21 June

Some more updates for carpentry works.

Granite tops up for kitchen tables + hob put in place too! (This pic is abit blur)

photo2.jpg

The other side :)

photo1.jpg

Toilet vanity carcasses both up.

MBR toilet

photo4.jpg

Common toilet

photo3.jpg

Initially wanted the common toilet vanity cabinet to be flushed to the wall on the left, so there's no gaps between the toilet wall and the vanity.. but it cannot be done as the toilet door will hit the vanity cabinet door :(

Finally... my bomb shelter mirrored tic tac door.

photo5.jpg

i like your idea... simple and nice.

Esp the bomb shelter....

 

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Hi guojiawen,

i really like the clean look of your kitchen cabinets..but i think we are going for a white table top instead cos we've been living with a black one for almost 15 years! hahaha. :dunno:

The mirrored tic tac door..looks kool! :good:

think ya can let me know how much it cost ya for that one?

Thanks!

 

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Hi jia wen

Depends on whether you like thick or thin table top.

One of the ID share with me that nowadays thin looks more modern.

Thicker ones looks like olden days kitchen.

However, I still prefer depth of 2 cm or 4 cm.

But thicker one is more expensive so have to see what your Id quote you.

Thanks Giselle, my ID just updated it's 2cm thick. Prob it just doesn't look so from the pic..

Didn't know that we can choose the thickness of the granite top till I went to google more last night. Always thought it comes as a thick slab haha!

My hubby looked at the pic and prefers it thin n not so chunky though, so I guess it works out well for us..

One a side note: For those considering granite top, may be good to confirm the thickness of the top when your ID quote you for it.. Just in case your preference and what the ID provides differ!

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Hi jia wen

Depends on whether you like thick or thin table top.

One of the ID share with me that nowadays thin looks more modern.

Thicker ones looks like olden days kitchen.

However, I still prefer depth of 2 cm or 4 cm.

But thicker one is more expensive so have to see what your Id quote you.

Just a quick question, if you guys refer to the picture of my kitchen above, does my granite top look too thin? Or is this normal?

 
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Just a quick question, if you guys refer to the picture of my kitchen above, does my granite top look too thin? Or is this normal?

 

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Hi jiawen,

Can u email me your detailed quote? Like your 3d drawing very much.

Thanks.

Rita

Hi atirchow,

PM-ed you :)

Sorry I won't be providing the quotation breakdown to be fair to my ID though. Do check out post #5 of my blog for the approx costs and works.

Cheers!

 

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Renovation Day 64 - 21 June

Some more updates for carpentry works.

Granite tops up for kitchen tables + hob put in place too! (This pic is abit blur)

photo2.jpg

The other side :)

photo1.jpg

Toilet vanity carcasses both up.

MBR toilet

photo4.jpg

Common toilet

photo3.jpg

Initially wanted the common toilet vanity cabinet to be flushed to the wall on the left, so there's no gaps between the toilet wall and the vanity.. but it cannot be done as the toilet door will hit the vanity cabinet door :(

Finally... my bomb shelter mirrored tic tac door.

photo5.jpg

 

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