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How much would you pay/have you paid for a new kitchen?
*replaces kitchen thread
Feel free to list all your kitchen utensils here*
*No, THAT isn't a utensil you fucking twat
All on the same spoon. Just one small bit of plastic - all those measurements.
It's the best thing I've ever owned.
each time, not to mention cleaning it most of the time. I've got various sized spoons but tend to go by sight these days. Living on the edge.
but yeah it's totally got a slider on it.
Better than buggering about with multiple spoons. A quick rinse, then a slide, and you're back in measurement town.
can't be good
*owner of ALL the utensils, moves out tomorrow.
The rest of us don't move out for over a month.
The kitchen utensil audit is about to get much easier.
Think about people's feelings.
Hope they like dirty nappies
about £5K I think... all dependson the size of the kitchen though doesnt it
I don't really have the money for a new kitchen. I reckon 2 grand would do it. See what you can do.Cheers
He didn't leave until after the football had started either. What a prick. 3d visualise my arse
A tier 3 kitchen will cost you..... 10.4K.'
if you don't get the fuck out of my house now.
Is what you should have said.
What are you having done? Does it include floor and wall tiles, replumbing and new electrics?
Pretty small kitchen as well.
This is why I shall not be buying a kitchen from Tesco
I could sort out mine for 2 grand easily.
you could spend that on a cooker
but I would like to spruce up my current kitchen. But not with chrome and glass.
It's a risk, but I've learned over the years that risks are worth taking.
So I'd like to offer you the two grand, in return for 35 per cent of the food you cook in it. Take any time you need to confer with your partner.
to look at some shops to find units & worktops that you like. then get any electrics & white goods seperatly (making sure they fit). also get kitchen fitters to do the fitting for you, usually cheaper than using the shops fitters
or mybuilder.com for kitchen fitters
the different manufacturers do things slightly differently, I think its ikea that dont leave space for pipes behind the units so they go through the units, whereas others leave a cavity behind so its a bit smaller, but easier to fit and tidy inside. something like that anyway, bear it in mind.
after getting your bathroom done by Dolphin and your bedroom done by Sharp's of course
scrub that then
Actually, I'd rather have gas than electric but I had no choice
We've allowed for about £5K, including white goods.
Our kitchen is all piano black shiny & chrome & glass
None of that faux country farmhouse style shabby chic bollocks
Unless you live in a country farmhouse of course
I don't like really like black utilities (or white, for that matter).
do you mean a complete refit of white goods, cooker, worktops , sink etc?
£10,000 - £15,000?
of the value of the flat would be the absolute all-in tops where we are now. In reality, it's be more like half that and still be a decent job.