Sandra & Johan Brits

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Sandra & Johan Brits

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Name:Sandra & Johan
Surname:Brits
Location:2 Henry Gerber Crescent, Kamma Ridge, Port Elizabeth & Eastern Cape
Entry Date:May 3, 2018
Category:Kitchen
Budget Breakdown:
Materials:
Item Cost
Paint 2416.00
Fittings 2324.00
Kitchen kick plates 391.00
Wood 1001.00
Prep bowl & Double Sink 2357.00
Lights and plugs 646.00
New Bosch Gas Stove 13200.00
22335
Contractors:
Item Cost
Alternative Trends - Glass Back splash 7400.00
Alfred - Swiss Stone tops 14800.00
22200
Grand Total R44535
Diy jobs:
Item
All the painting
Wood work
Lights and plugs
Plumbing
Installation of kick plates
About the Project:

Our Kitchen has been one of the things that we have wanted to change since we moved into our house but just never got around to do it. The bottle green cupboards just didn’t do anything for the space and made it feel even smaller and darker. Buying the ‘Tuis’ each month just got us… Read More

Our Kitchen has been one of the things that we have wanted to change since we moved into our house but just never got around to do it. The bottle green cupboards just didn’t do anything for the space and made it feel even smaller and darker. Buying the ‘Tuis’ each month just got us inspired even more just to start and get it done. So in February of this year we started with the planning and getting our samples of what we wanted to do with this space. We decided on a our paint color for the kitchen cupboards and got our quotes for new tops. We used Aluminium Snow from Plascon for all cupboards and frames and chose Swiss Stones Starry White for the tops. Project took us about 2 months to complete in full as we only worked on weekends to do the sanding and painting. The only assistance and contractors we used were for the tops and glass back splash. We are so thrilled and proud of the end result and I just love my new kitchen. All our friends are amazed by the transformation.

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Voting is now closed. Look out for our Top 5 in the November issue – on shelf 15 October 2018.