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It all looks brilliant Sal.

We got our garden done at the same time as the kitchen and it was definitely the right decision even though it made it all take longer.
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Marth wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:31 am That looks great. I love the decking. Really finishes it off and you now have a lovely new outside space to sit.

What do the stairs lead to?
They go to the side door which goes into the utility room.
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sally maclennane wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:36 am
Marth wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:31 am That looks great. I love the decking. Really finishes it off and you now have a lovely new outside space to sit.

What do the stairs lead to?
They go to the side door which goes into the utility room.
*Adds to spreadsheet* Thank you, Sal. :bow:
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That all looks so good, Sal! Your builders sound ace.
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I was wondering that too, thanks Marth. :)

My friend is also a Sally. She said her builder is now like one of the family and she might invite him for Christmas. I saw his van at hers yesterday too. I think he’s doing the garden for her at the same time.

It looks so lovely Sal, and once everything has settled I think you’ll forget a lot of the stress. Like childbirth. :lol:
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I love that, Sal :)) Your fancy house will be sorted for becoming First Minister.
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7 weeks is astonishingly quick :stillbitter:
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Smunder Woman wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:58 am I love that, Sal :)) Your fancy house will be sorted for becoming First Minister.
I'll make Boris sit outside when I have to host him.
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It's what he deserves, really.
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:lol:

Wow, it looks really fab. It'll be so exciting to be able to use it and add accessories and things soon.

I missed loads and saw about the stacked appliances. You can get stacking things with a pullout shelf in between so you still have folding space. Not sure how they'll work with the worktop but maybe to explore.
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All the lovely grey!

You were definitely right to do the decking at the same time. It'll be so lovely when the weather gets warmer and too can have the doors open at the back.
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It looks great! You’ve got so much space.

I agree about the garden, it took us a year for financial and lockdown reasons to do ours after the building work, and looking out at the right mess for all that time was very annoying.
Texaco Shirley wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:54 am 7 weeks is astonishingly quick :stillbitter:
Yes! 😬
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Tell me about it! :lg:
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It looks great, Sal, and in seven weeks!
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It looks great, Sal! And I’m also impressed by 7 weeks :alsobitter: :))

Getting the outside done at the same time is such a good idea.
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I never realised how many people identified :lol:
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We didn’t even fully finish and ended up leaving the country instead. :lol:
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Texaco Shirley wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 12:27 am I never realised how many people identified :lol:
I know! I was without a kitchen for 3.5 months.

Looks fab, Sal.
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Sal, it's gorgeous!
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Getting the deck done was definitely the right decision. It's lovely.
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