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Hobs, hoods, undermount bowl sinks, MDF boards, solid surface...

If these terms seem foreign to you, then obviously you're not ready for a kitchen, my friend.
Designing a kitchen may seem easy to the uninitiated, however, the reality is quite far from it. Kitchen-furnishing is actually a lot of work, and can be tiring at times. There are so many things that you need to consider, particularly in terms of material, style and colour selection, which becomes even more difficult when you have a limited budget that you need to adhere to. It's a bit stressful, I must say.
But at the end of the day, after you've nearly busted your brains figuring out how to fit everything you need into your kitchen AND under do it within your budget, you'll know that all the hard work was worth it. And then you realise that despite all the arduous and taxing work you went through, you actually had a great time and it was kinda fun. You wouldn't mind doing it all over again, but with a much much bigger budget, of course.

I guess I'm an expert now.



3 comments:

Ladydin said...

I prefer to assist in the redesigning of a master bedroom. It's more fun even though there's not much challenge in the naming of things.

amirulkhairi said...

Kitchen should be Mum's expertise..

Sorry to barge in like this, I'm promoting my Community Work here. It's about building A Happy Family First. Check it out.

http://happyfamily1st.blogspot.com/

todek said...

Amirul Khairi!
You finally made it here! We should talk about your happy family community project ni over teh tarik, don't you think?
Kau belanja la, of course..