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Lila - I would have thought that was doable for a medium U shaped kitchen, as long as youre not having several larder units. You can reduce the cost by chosing mostly larger standard cupboard type units (ie not a bin unit or other fancy units, 1000 size instead of several 600 units etc) but I still had the big pan drawers either side of the Aga. As I said standard colour not upgrade, source the sink and taps yourself, a different fitter maybe. There are lots of ways to make it more affordable.

I did my design and lots of changes by email with the designer, then a measure up by them just prior to ordering.

Gerbita I'm interested in the shaker doors you recommended and have also been considering IKEA units. Painted Tulip wood sounds like a great option. But what do the interiors of the IKEA cupboards and drawers look like? Does it spoil the effect a bit? We have only about 5-7k to spend on a new kitchen and also want to replicate the deVol/Plain English look! We have been considering the Norton from DIY Kitchens but there's something about it that doesn't look quite right. OP could you explain your concerns with the rail (what does that mean) - and also why you don't want in frame? We are just starting this process so not so clued up as you all. Thanks!

Wood flooring is classic and beautiful. Depending on your tastes, there are many different species and colors of wood for you to choose from. It looks beautiful in straight planks, or in a parquet pattern like herringbone or chevron. In an open-concept design, having hardwood flooring run throughout the space creates a seamless transition throughout the rooms and can make the kitchen area feel larger. Hardwood is the softest of the three flooring options, and so is much more comfortable to stand and cook on. It is also the warmest option. As long as you care for your wood floors, they can last the lifetime of your home.

My name is Scott Green – Chef Scott or SG to anyone I’ve worked with – and I’m a pastry chef. My career started as a fine art student in Chicago, until a chance night found me watching a documentary of a pastry competition. It was unlike anything I had seen before, and it instantly spoke to me. In a matter of days I left behind a scholarship and a life as a fine artist to pursue the craft of cooking, driven by something I couldn’t explain or define. One moment of inspiration propelled me along a path as a pastry professional that has spanned more than fifteen years and taken me around the world.

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My name is Scott Green – Chef Scott or SG to anyone I’ve worked with – and I’m a pastry chef. My career started as a fine art student in Chicago, until a chance night found me watching a documentary of a pastry competition. It was unlike anything I had seen before, and it instantly spoke to me. In a matter of days I left behind a scholarship and a life as a fine artist to pursue the craft of cooking, driven by something I couldn’t explain or define. One moment of inspiration propelled me along a path as a pastry professional that has spanned more than fifteen years and taken me around the world.

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