It Doesn't look like a Laundry?!
When you have 3 different Generations living in one house it's important that they all have space
In our old house there was already a granny flat - this one no...
So the Laundry had to become dual purpose
Mum needed her own cooking area - and she still does lots of biscuits and roasts so hey you need to get her a good stove and some room to do it
Within a week we took out the wall in between and finished off the new cornice - installed some new cabinetry including an island bench and a new cooktop and oven
Harvey Norman saved us over $400 on the oven and cooktop - We went for what was a great price in stock (Its how I shop- as long as it has what I want I don't care about the model)
National Tiles as always for the tiles - No nonsense and always Great Price $100 - I just call in as they allways have the 600x300 white and they just always look good
Handles - from Handles and Things got here the next day and saved $70 - These hadles are real quality and won't go rusty like the Hardware ones do - Plus they look nicer!
So total SAVINGS of over $570 over the week is not bad I don't think
Look for left over tiles from the previous owner stuck in nooks and crannys (Under the stairs in our case)
Put a powerpoint in the island bench
A good Chippie is worth his weight in gold