Hi Lilac and gals
This is my MBR toilet.. everypart of my lovenest is done by individual suppliers.. did not engage any main con or ID... This toilet is ok la..
As u can see, the door, the shelves n the mirror , are all done by A-Plus ( The glass partition cost about $300 plus, mirror about $100plus, shelves about $30 plus i think... cannot remember exact.. all is 10mm glass, shelves is 12mm, i think.)
the thickness and size of the glass door and kind of hindges used will affect the pricing. I have a big swing door similar to those in shopping mall. Its definitely nicer than the common hindges used for shower screen doors. Can't remember how much I paid for my kitchen door. It blocks all wind and smell. Really good.
My lovenest is at Pasir Ris...
I do not remember the kitchen glass door price already.. surely not over $400 i think..
Yes.. agree with you. Our tempered glass thickness is 10mm. if not wrong.. rather thick n heavy. We realise that they did this kind of hinges for us N it is too late to ask them to change. Its partly our fault that we did not specify on the "shopping center" glass door. It will cost about $100 more for that..However, if we insist of changing, we will have to pay for totally new glass again. Therefore, we stick back to this
but hor, this glass also block the wind n smell la
The black backsplash cost about less than $100.
Wow, Zoeanne, i really like your kitchen. I am very interested in installing a door bet my kitchen and living. Also, in the backsplash u have installed... Like to confirm w u, with the backsplash, the main purpose is for easy cleaning after cooking right? Mine currently is tiled, and it is very hard to clean those white cement lines after cooking, so i m thinking of changing to the backsplash. do u think it is helps?.. Thanks..
Thanks for sharing. Yes, my MBR also has a very big beam (~28cm) above my position of my bed area. Many ppl told us that it's not good to sleep directly under the beam. But If I were to level the beam area like you, I would left with very limited walking space cos directly in front of my bed is a wardrobe. Now still thinking of the best way to do something to it. sigh *stress*
after reading and seeing all the beautiful pic of the glass door, i called up A-plus to make enquiry. But they told me that they only do works for company not HDB flat. so disappointed..
By the way i also searching for contractors for my hse reno. and one of the contractor quote me S$850 for one tempered glass door.
i dun really know the price range, cos one of my fren d hers at abt $900+ and from a website (besglas) is abt $700.
But i like one of the design from besglas, so may be get from them but i have not go to their shop to see the actual door.
ah blur, i think cos of fengshui, something pressing on u or sth...
hi all i have a qn.
when i first saw the sliding glass door the contractor installed at my kitchen entrance i was shocked. there was a big gap abt 4cm wide at the top. i told my ID i paid $600+ for a door so it could keep the fumes out of my precious living rm n yet there's such a big gap to let out the smoke n fumes which we all know is lighter n goes up at the top n out thru the gap. she said ours is frameless so it comes like tat. i mean u could even see the mechanism. she said if i wan to block it up, i have to pay $100 for 1 sided pelmet (hope i spelled it correctly here) to block the fumes n to cover up the tracks/mechanism. in this way, i could also oil the mechanism. my sister begged me not to pay the $100 said i was being cheated. where got door just comes with the glass door, track at top and u can see everything???? but i m paying the $ as she has been v nice n accommodating towards us who r very finicky n difficult customers n she repainted the MBR for us cos we din like the colours we chose.
so *took long breath* wat my qns are:
1. frameless glass doors really comes just like tat? need to specify must have pelmet?? if not by default dun have?
2. how much shld it cost to have the pelmet?
3. not qn but advice here: pl watch over your contractors when they installed things. i was too paiseh to check things out oni told them where to install now got to ask them reinstall a few things cos we also din have time to check. they literally ran off after installation!!!!!!
i also did a sliding door at my kitchen entrance. Same like yours, there is a gap at the top with the sliding mechanism seen. I'm quite pissed off as it looked really ugly so in the end my ID constructed a pelmet infront and back of the glass door.
However the pelmet that my ID suggested is quite big so it will make my kitchen entrance so short that its only like a hand length away from my head. So in the end i asked my ID to shorten the pelmet but the sliding mechanism will still be visble when walk near to the door .... haizz....
Hope somebody here can tell us that there is a better design such that the sliding mechanism will not be seen
Do you find your stove area cramp during cooking?
As i am thinkin of having similar design like yours. But few id mentioned if employ this 'c' or 'u' rather then 'L' shape, the space would limited to 1 man cooking only, addictional helpers would not be able to squeeze in
thanks for ur informations on the glass door.... seems like it is an expensive thing to have! still thinking if i really want to have this! but there is pros and cons of having the glass door...
ya u better show us the pics. i cant imagine such a big pelmet! my FH hates the new pelmet but i insisted. ;p
yea it's separated. living n dining rm areas together. i havent moved in yet so duno leh. not too difficult to slide though.
if u wan to have the glass door in the end, mayb u wanna consider frosted areas as i m v worried now my guests would bump into the clear sliding glass door. mayb wil hang some stuff there or stick some stickers.