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Agata
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><md>No 1!every time i think about changing my kitchen design i see some photos ,like that one ,that show mei love my original idea no matter what others say
   
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carolejhudson

I don’t care how fashionable this idea is, I think it looks ugly and will look horribly dated in a couple of years.

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Sheraton Interiors

Beautiful kitchens. We agree, there's certainly something luxurious about a worktop that flows to the floor.

   

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