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    Default I want this kitchen

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    That would take up about half my entire house, but I guess if I installed a plasma I wouldn't need a lounge room.

    I like all the white (of course) but it's a little too BnB for my taste, too country. And also like a diner that sells jams in the gift shop.
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    Can't talk.. too busy drooooling.

    That is so cool and different.

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    I LOVE the dining area, but do not like the kitchen being open. I wish i could get a closer look at what material they used for the backsplash.
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    A friend posted this exact pic on FB yesterday, too...must be a very popular kitchen.

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    not my style but i like the all white kitchen. less sold on the dining area, i grew up with something similar in the kitchen and it was a massive pain in the ass every time someone wanted to get up from the table and the whole row would have to get up to let them out. plus, while i get the added practicality of the counterspace all around the dining area, it just seems too massive/blocky and also second the "too country" aspect. it reminds me of when that distressed french country look was all the rage in the 90s. i think this would look awesome with a big, rustic wooden table instead.
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    i think i like the back wall of the kitchen but i hate everything about the country part of the counter/built in area.
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    I need to see the stove before I make a judgement. Also, because I'm eversoslightly messy when I cook, cutting meat and vegetables on that butcher block around the table would lead to stray pieces of food all over the eating area. That kitchen requires a maid. I LOVE big doors to the outside in kitchens.
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    It's probably bigger than my entire flat but dammit, I don't really need a bedroom, a living room, and a bathroom
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    less sold on the dining area, i grew up with something similar in the kitchen and it was a massive pain in the ass every time someone wanted to get up from the table and the whole row would have to get up to let them out.
    I always wanted something like that, like a dinner booth, red, and in a corner. We are always two, so that won't be a problem LOL.
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    I love it. The booth would get annoying like sput said when people want to get up and others have to move. But that is a nice fookin kitchen.
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    I always wanted a booth too even though I live by myself. My cats would be all over those cushions. I would need a double fridge and giant TV somewhere too.
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    Where are all of the appliances?

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    ^Put away in the cupboards, where they belong.
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    I couldn't sit there if someone was in the kitchen doing stuff behind me, it's making my anxiety flare up just thinking about it
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