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MsChezzyG
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September

Thanks Mitchell, I’m not certain of the total cost but I’m thinking it would have been around $700 including the wet tile cutter. I think we got a goo ...

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When we moved in to our house the laundry was one of the rooms I avoided the most- beige peeling paint, pink tiles with cracked grout, dim lighting an ...

MsChezzyG
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September

Hi @Aadhull,Thank you for the positive feedback, we are really happy with our colour choices, especially Viking blue in contrast with our pale grey wa ...

MsChezzyG
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April

Hi Mitchell, Thankyou for the positive comments! I frosted the back of the glass panels using some left over window frosting vinyl I had from my signa ...

MsChezzyG
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April

Thankyou! Yes we have since painted the walls grey with white trim, it all ties in great with the original tassie oak boards :).

MsChezzyG
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We moved in to our first home, a 70’s orange brick elevated house with great bones but horribly outdated. One of the first projects was updating the k ...

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I absolutely hated the timber look laminate and green tiled splash back in our house. so using a few cans of the white knight renew, the hardwood u ...

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MsChezzyG
Budding Contributor
September

Thanks Mitchell, I’m not certain of the total cost but I’m thinking it would have been around $700 including the wet tile cutter. I think we got a goo ...

MsChezzyG
Budding Contributor
2 replies

When we moved in to our house the laundry was one of the rooms I avoided the most- beige peeling paint, pink tiles with cracked grout, dim lighting an ...

MsChezzyG
Budding Contributor
September

Hi @Aadhull,Thank you for the positive feedback, we are really happy with our colour choices, especially Viking blue in contrast with our pale grey wa ...

MsChezzyG
Budding Contributor
April

Hi Mitchell, Thankyou for the positive comments! I frosted the back of the glass panels using some left over window frosting vinyl I had from my signa ...

MsChezzyG
Budding Contributor
2 replies
April

Thankyou! Yes we have since painted the walls grey with white trim, it all ties in great with the original tassie oak boards :).

MsChezzyG
Budding Contributor
7 replies

We moved in to our first home, a 70’s orange brick elevated house with great bones but horribly outdated. One of the first projects was updating the k ...

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