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Here is a link to my discussion post about this kitchen - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Interiors/From-60-s-chic-to-culinary-bliss/m-p/106#M12
This is amazing!
Love your sink, I've never seen a sink inset like that before. Your wall tiles are definetely giving me inspiration for my kitchen.
The sink inset, was also inspired by Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/pin/70650287874497259/
love the tiles! And your black oven!!
@stagryan The white tiles were cheap to purchase and can be bought anywhere (alabaster colour). The black grout really bought them out and made them pop, but it was messy work - you need a good Tiler or lots of patience for this task!
Love this, looks great!
wow! what a difference!
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