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Anyone out in a whole new kitchen

How much did it cost?


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2 years ago
We got a custom one made 2yrs ago including 40mm stone bench tops, about $30k

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2 years ago
^ Stone ❤

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2 years ago
Thanks everyone for taking time to rely

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2 years ago
^Your welcome babe. Good luck with it all x

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2 years ago
I was thinking of using ikea kitchen and paying to have it installed. Using the oven and stove from exisiting kitchen (a bathroom is going where current kitchen is.)

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2 years ago
I've just seen an ikea one installed last month. It's ok, was a quick install, but you can tell it's not fantastic quality. The benchtop is a wood look but it's textured so has a grooved surface to 'feel' like wood. Please avoid that one as I can see lots of food & grime building up in those grooves & looking disgusting. Yuk.

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2 years ago
Not after amazing quality , just more important to move the kitchen asap
Thanks for the reveiw

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2 years ago
Don't go IKEA. They are really crap quality. Go for a Bunnings kitchen if wanting new. You can often get 2nd hand kitchens for super cheap or even free off gumtree.

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2 years ago
Thanks!

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2 years ago
We did ours earlier this year and it was $18 000. It was a completely new kitchen in a new room in the house. Stone benchtops and polyurethane painted cupboards, island bench, in-bench sink. New oven, stovetop and dishwasher but kept out existing fridge. That included plumber and electrician.

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2 years ago
Is that all ?
Try $32k sweetheart

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2 years ago
Nope I definitely paid $18. We shopped around for a good deal, didn’t do fancy cupboard inserts besides soft close on the drawers, didn’t pay to remove an old kitchen and my husband did the ceiling cornicing around the top cupboards as well as attach the kick boards once he had laid the floating floor around the new kitchen. We didn’t t go for fancy appliances either - learnt my lesson after a German dishwasher broke years ago and parts had to be shipped from Europe.

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2 years ago
SHould have added splash back was a basic tile and grout job - but I’m really happy with the end result. Also didn’t change the lighting - the island bench was pretty much under the existing light fitting and the only other light is in the range hood.

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2 years ago
I reckon you could get 18 if you shop around heaps

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2 years ago
Ill be doing a laundry soon. I hope it's cheaper than a kitchen. 😱 🤞

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2 years ago
Kaboodle

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2 years ago
My parents did about 10 years ago. Total revamp and it cost them $13k

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2 years ago
How big is it ?
What quality materials ?

My cousin has small kitchen and used flat Pack cost her $5k

I have same size kitchen and used good quality material cost me $18k

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2 years ago
In a brand new build we did the kitchen cabinets and caesar-stone for about 8k in Victoria but only a small house.