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Old 28 Jun 21, 07:12 PM  
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Need to decide on appliances next few days

Built in larder fridge and freezer or two fridge/freezers?
To get combination microwave over the oven or not
What are you favorites and anything you would recommend to avoid
Iím having a normal fridge freezer, a chest freezer (but I batch cook a lot) and a wine fridge. I am going to have plenty of room though as our utility is a full size kitchen, so I think that will work best for me, plus allowing to use our current appliances.
Iím having a double oven, but not a combi microwave, the microwave isnít used much and so Iím sticking it in a cupboard and pulling it out when I use it
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Old 29 Jun 21, 03:22 PM  
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Cabinets & island cabinets chosen as well as quartz
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Old 29 Jun 21, 04:25 PM  
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Cabinets & island cabinets chosen as well as quartz
That will look fantastic! i think you have the same worktop as mine. i thought about different colours for island and cabinets but dh wasn't keen
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Old 30 Jun 21, 08:47 AM  
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Windows/doors layout help please!
Option 1 like this but the door and window panel swapped to allow better flow from the entrance hall
Option 2 double french door plus panel with opening
Option 3 sliding door
all of the options will be up to 3m. I have steps in front of the garden and will not be adding patio right now



option 3 is just like but bigger window
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Old 30 Jun 21, 10:20 AM  
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I think sliding is better as we can leave it open easier in the summer.
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Old 30 Jun 21, 11:17 AM  
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My SIL has folding doors, no threshold to step over. Is that an option? Out of the above sliding doors.
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Old 30 Jun 21, 05:33 PM  
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Only problem with sliding is that you only have half the opening open iykwim😉

Is it your only back door? Ie do you have a utility as well. Think of how much cold air will come in if you have to go out in the winter/rain. We have bifolds with 3 panels, so comparative size to yours. Lovely when all 3 are folded back, not as big as french and only 1 side. Plus single opens to go out with rubbish etc.

Think the price would be between the french door/window combo and the sliding doors (which we found dearer than the bifold a here in Wiltshire)

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Love the final design!



quartz is the same as the counter actually


Doors, kitchen and all appliances ordered. Next on the list - tiles and lights and paint
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we went with layout similar to the one in the photo. I thought a lot about it but it feels the best. Sliding is double the price, bifold is bit silly as we have steps in front of the door and French door will only reduce the light, as the steps aren't wide and we don't plan to do anything big in the garden for many years.
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Layout looks lovely x
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