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katew164
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October

Thanks @pete_brig - apologies for the late thankyou I missed this reply. Am now removing the wall between rooms which will open it up nicely and have ...

katew164
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July

@pete_brig thank you for your ideas - has given me a lot to think about. Plumbing is easily moved. My main reasoning behind wanting to combine the lau ...

katew164
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July

My plan now is to combine the laundry into the kitchen ( I have another room to move the laundry to) knocking the walls out. Incorporate an island ben ...

katew164
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4 replies
July

Thank you @redracer01 - that does make a lot of sense and I do agree. New question - where is the best place to sell used kitchens? Gumtree?

katew164
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July

That's a great tip thank you @Isobel !

katew164
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July

Thanks @MitchellMc . No plans to fully renovate and the drawers have double sided access so not worried about functionality as I only access from one ...

katew164
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Hi, I'm looking to update my 1950's kitchen. The most annoying things are the glass cabinetry over the benches and narrow bench space. Plan is to repl ...

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redracer01
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October

Hello @katew164 Would be fantastic if you posted photos of the progress before/in-between/after that will surely inspire our readers to go and explor ...

redracer01
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July

Hello @katew164 Based off the plans you posted once the laundry wall is down you could possibly do this layout. Cheers,Red

pete_brig
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July

@katew164 here's a couple more thoughts/comments:if the walls are load bearing, removing them is not EZ/cheap so you'd need to check that esp. if you ...

pete_brig
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August

P.S. @katew164 you could also consider removing the wall between the living & dining rooms to make a very open plan space & further remove the "maze" ...

pete_brig
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July

hi @katew164 . i'm encouraged to see you're thinking outside the square by contemplating combining the kitchen & laundry. My first thoughts tho are (1 ...

Isobel
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July

eBay, Gumtree and Facebook marketplace would all be good choices.

pete_brig
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7 replies
July

@katew164 Hi. I've got a couple of ideas but before I share those, can u indicate what your budget is?how much you can/want to do yourself (don't k ...

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katew164
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October

Thanks @pete_brig - apologies for the late thankyou I missed this reply. Am now removing the wall between rooms which will open it up nicely and have ...

katew164
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3 replies
July

@pete_brig thank you for your ideas - has given me a lot to think about. Plumbing is easily moved. My main reasoning behind wanting to combine the lau ...

katew164
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6 replies
July

My plan now is to combine the laundry into the kitchen ( I have another room to move the laundry to) knocking the walls out. Incorporate an island ben ...

katew164
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4 replies
July

Thank you @redracer01 - that does make a lot of sense and I do agree. New question - where is the best place to sell used kitchens? Gumtree?

katew164
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July

That's a great tip thank you @Isobel !

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