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hi freb, ur carpentry is awesome!!!mind PM me the price of the carpentry per ft? ur ID got do small "business" as i intend to get one storage cabinet in my living rm...

Thanks! Already PMed u

 

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take a nicer photo with proper lighting :D

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storage....yeah we need a lot

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here the design i told the carpenter to do, grove at top n bottom, so i can slot in the glass without any hinges, downside, its heavy n need 2 suction cup to work (glass panel is 1.2mx03.m)

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TV feature wall with 3 speaker point, one way glass for console is yet to be in place

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display ledge height too low, adjusted

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white wood laminate for tv console, didn choose black cos its easier to spot dust

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back to shoe cabinet...goto wait for new cabinet to come...on hold for now. earlier i also requested carpenter to provide ventilation for the shoe cabinet, we don wanna die smelling our shoes :P

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top view, cut out to allow ventilation of our smelly shoes

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MBR toilet

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kitchen cabinet doors & drawer installed, sink side with top cabinet, notice the drip tray is centre of the top cabinet, i think it looks more balance (rather than offset to one side. i specifically requested carpenter to shift the sink away from the window as i need working space aka to move my arms around.

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stove side, i choose horizontal wood grain rather than vertical as it give a sense of space and make the small kitchen looks bigger :)

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flip up cabinet, becos of the space constraint, i spent hours discussing with carpenter how to layout this part of the cabinet, the tray is 900mm, the remainder of the 1200mm will be small storage space.

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Drawers installed for parent's study + vanity table

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parent's wardrobe door installed. looks complete now, other than the right side(space below the beam), which will be painted white, the internal space is still accessible via the last door.

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walk in wardrobe occupies the entire room (ok less the study corner near the window) missing full height mirror next to the window

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view from window

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notice this room is not scandinavian theme, ID suggested more modern feel, else the whole house full of wood =p so we picked this fabric like laminate

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again, you wldn realise the design problem until u started using the product, but this case, i discovered early. when the wardrobe full height doors near the WIW entrance opens, it will hit the aircon, max 80% opening. A design flaw, and also we didn anticipate this...so we'll just let it be...

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hi fred i would said u have very good taste in choosing the laminates,eveything looks harmonious. mind to share the lmainate code for ur living cabinets n study table...

for ur kitchen its good idea to have additional support for the sink.just for sharing i have requested to have additional support for the tray as well so no worries for the heavy plates n bowls...

 

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hi fred i would said u have very good taste in choosing the laminates,eveything looks harmonious. mind to share the lmainate code for ur living cabinets n study table...

for ur kitchen its good idea to have additional support for the sink.just for sharing i have requested to have additional support for the tray as well so no worries for the heavy plates n bowls...

For study table, table top is - JIRO Shizuoka oak WY 4253K , drawer is - ESTA Oak Giovanni WYA 5271E

For display cabinet is WGA 5205S, white is simple none glossy type cos I don wan reflection from my tv - Chalk PCA 1144S

All Lamitek

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oh, rmb u should choose those none texture type (3d but flat) for table top or else u will have hard time writing on ur table

 

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seems like for laminates LAMITAK is the in-brand. My ID also shows us range from lamitak perhaps the new wood feel laminates :)

Yeah Lamitak has more options n has been in the industry for years

 

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Hi Fred,

Thks for the fast photo. So u doing wall hung for the service yard sink, but is it durable?

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Hi Fred,

Thks for the fast photo. So u doing wall hung for the service yard sink, but is it durable?

Have to wall mount it since need to wash the service yard floor, durable or not depending on carpenter skill n material quality but I'm sure it will be fine since it's only small sink with a cabinet below.

 

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