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Erny_Looi
post Jan 23 2010, 05:11 PM


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[quote=davwon,Jan 19 2010, 10:58 PM]
[quote=Erny_Looi,Jan 4 2010, 04:58 PM]
Kitchen in Denai Alam~

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How much this cost without cooker hood & hob? PM me if possible. Thanks.

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3G door + granite top, i think this set of cabinet less than RM 5,500.

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Added on January 23, 2010, 5:28 pm[quote=jollyjoy,Jan 14 2010, 09:33 PM]

Added on January 14, 2010, 9:36 pmthanks erny for your reply.

i have another question. all these kitchen tops are really confusing..

is MAICA HPL the same as MIECO or Melamine?

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Miaca (high pressure laminates, HPL) and Mieco Melamine (MFC melamine faced chipboard)
Both also lamineted board.

i think the is just different company..

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post Jan 23 2010, 09:25 PM


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Hi Erny,

Wish to know the small 'mosaic' at the wall, how much does that cost? I like the design very much!~

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post Jan 23 2010, 10:25 PM


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QUOTE(moonh @ Jan 12 2010, 05:52 PM)
hi erny,

for table top of the kitchen cabinet above (excluding the bar), is it made of concrete & tiles?

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ya, it is concrete table with 2x2 tiles. the bar table is Mieco worktop.


Added on January 23, 2010, 10:30 pm
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Hi Erny,

Wish to know the small 'mosaic' at the wall, how much does that cost? I like the design very much!~

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The small mosaic cost around RM16-18 psf..
But the workmanship is around rm20 psf..(chinese uncle worker, if indon worker perhaps u can get cheaper price on that)


Added on January 23, 2010, 10:37 pmIf your cabinet is wood surface or melamine surface, you can use this to clean it.

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Added on January 23, 2010, 10:37 pmL-shape sliding door wardrobe

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Added on January 23, 2010, 10:40 pmbefore install mirror,

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cabinet with mirror on wall,

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Feng Sui believe with mirror in dining room, will bring more wealth to your house!


Added on January 23, 2010, 10:40 pm island with granite top,

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post Jan 24 2010, 12:16 AM


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hi i am looking nice built in furniture contractor for resturant. like table, chair, poster frame etc...could you pls pm me ur contact details? urgent.....next week might start work

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post Jan 24 2010, 03:49 PM


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Added on January 23, 2010, 10:40 pm islandĀ  with granite top,

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Ernie -----> could you kindly advise me as to what's the price just for the island alone ? Thanks.


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And also the rough cost of this whole kitchen please .....

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post Jan 27 2010, 12:03 AM


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[quote=Erny_Looi,Jan 23 2010, 05:11 PM]
3G door + granite top, i think this set of cabinet less than RM 5,500.

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If not granite but solid top, how much does the cost diffrent?
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post Feb 2 2010, 06:04 PM


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anybody who can assist to quote for the following:
1. kitchen
2. wardrobe
3. plaster ceiling
4. installation of AC, heaters, lightings, ceiling fans, etc
5. grilles
6. painting
7. curtain railings

i got a fren who just collected keys last weekend. total approx 300+ units in the development. it's a condominium project and i reckon there'll be quite substantial people renovating farely soon as the area is quite 'hot' and renting out to students is quite norm.
would like to cut some sort of deal with contractors in terms of the contractor providing the services for the above works and in return, can have exclusive advertisement rights ala showhouse to show all owners in the development of the product (samples + mock-up). in other words, the contractor finish the renovations ASAP, then can start marketing and hunting potential clients from the unit itself.
i come to know similiar deals in other developments before.
the deal is usually letting contractor take the unit for about 6 months and in return either free renovation or hugely discounted cost to the owner. would appreciate responses ASAP.
the last time i heard about such deals, the contractor told me himself he practically got 1 free unit from the profit itself. but that was 10 years ago in my property which consists of more than 1000 units!!!
thanks.
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post Feb 5 2010, 09:11 AM


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QUOTE(Erny_Looi @ May 27 2009, 05:20 PM)
Hehe, thanks!

He is my brother + patner --> Patric Looi   brows.gif
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hye erny, pls pm me the contractor contact...tq...


Added on February 5, 2010, 9:39 am
QUOTE(ronn77 @ Jul 2 2009, 04:01 PM)
I'm also looking for kitchen cabinet contractors.
Received 2 quotes fm contractor so far but looking for more before finalising.
However for my wet kitchen, I plan to do glass instead of melamine as I dont like the melamine feels.
Is this the right choice?
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hye...do u mind to share wih me ur contratctors contact? thanks biggrin.gif

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post Feb 7 2010, 07:19 PM


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Hi Erny! Do you do house renovation and interior design? How do i contact you? Thank you.
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post Feb 8 2010, 11:05 AM


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QUOTE(Erny_Looi @ May 27 2009, 05:20 PM)
Hehe, thanks!

He is my brother + patner --> Patric Looi  brows.gif
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Please PM me the contact no as well. Thanks
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post Feb 12 2010, 03:31 PM


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Hi Erny...

I will be getting my cf soon (end of this month or early next month), and I am on a look out for a good contractor (kitchen cabinet and others as well).
Your bro design seems good, can you email me his contact details?

My email add is kavia11@yahoo.com
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Thanks.

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post Feb 13 2010, 10:44 AM


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is this thread still on. if yes, send me a pm. will call him
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Erny_Looi
post Feb 14 2010, 12:50 AM


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Happy Chinese New Year to all of you!!
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post Feb 18 2010, 10:42 PM


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Hi Erny...impressed with your bro work!

Can you kindly PM me his forum add, Hp & also his showroom address?

thank you!
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Erny_Looi
post Feb 21 2010, 04:40 PM


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Open concept dry kitchen~
Simple design with bar counter, dark cabinet match with black table top.

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Added on February 21, 2010, 4:41 pm3D design
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Added on February 21, 2010, 4:50 pmwet kitchen

Even your wet kitchen is small, you still can have a nice design for it.
white suface top is very suitable for small kithcen.
dark colour for base cabinet ensure there is great contrast with white table.
For wall cabinet, you can mix with frosted glass to create a mordern design for your kitchen.

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Added on February 21, 2010, 4:50 pm3D design
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post Feb 21 2010, 10:58 PM


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awesome work on getting through with the innitial design idea
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post Feb 23 2010, 04:29 PM


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QUOTE(Erny_Looi @ Feb 21 2010, 05:40 PM)
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erny, taking ur photo as reference, what is the width of the dry kitchen, from the table top to the sink wall?
tq

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Erny_Looi
post Feb 25 2010, 11:46 PM


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My latest project in PJ,

3G door & granite top~
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Added on February 26, 2010, 12:38 amuser posted image

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Added on February 26, 2010, 12:39 amBlack granite top~ my favourite~

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Added on February 26, 2010, 12:42 am
QUOTE(trojant @ Feb 23 2010, 04:29 PM)
erny, taking ur photo as reference, what is the width of the dry kitchen, from the table top to the sink wall?
tq
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The size for this cabinet is 6ft x 9ft x 6ft, sink located at 6ft length cabinet, fridge located at middle of 9ft length cabinet and breakfast table with 6ft length.


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post Feb 26 2010, 05:41 PM


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hi.......nice pictures shared here..thanks to those sharing..at least it gives me an idea on what i might like biggrin.gif

1) just wanna get some advice......normally the kitchen cabinet is build before we move in or after? any pro n cons..reason is im planning to buy a house maybe by end of the year, but i dont see any budget(even 8-10k,fuuh) for the kitchen cabinet yet, so would be trouble later along the road, when ive already occupied the house, then the people come to do reno's? how much time does it normally take? hmm.gif

2) is there any such thing as a kitchen kabinet that is flexy to stand reno/extention of the kitchen? sorry if i confuse u guys.....its like this.....example current kitchen is 10*12.........then i make kitcten cabinet at one corner...in a few years i reno/bigger my kitchen, would it be possible to reuse my kitchen cabinet that ive already made earlier? whats the term used? hmm.gif

3) if u mop ur house often, how to handle when it comes to kitchen cabinet/below part? ive seen my friends house and saw his kitchen cabinet/below a bit spoiled due to expose to water i guess........

just wondering biggrin.gif
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post Mar 1 2010, 11:43 AM


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Another project in Kajang Sutera, smile.gif

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Added on March 1, 2010, 11:56 amSemua forumer yang baca thread ini pun harap boleh memiliki dapur yang cantik dan mempunyai gaya istimewa, jadi para forumer perlu ambil perhatian tentang beberapa faktor yang penting untuk menyempurnakan dapur anda.

Kedudukan sinki (sink), dapur (stove), peti ais (fridge) dan ketuhar (oven) memainkan peranan yang penting dalam sebuah dapur.
Jadi, perkara pertama yang perlu dilakukan sebelum kerja renovation adalah menetapkan kedudukan barang-barang tersebut.

Sinki adalah paling sesuai berhadapan dengan tingkap dalam dapur. Ini bukan sahaja dapat memberi keselesaan kepada pengguana namun ia juga mengelakkan kelembapan dalam dapur terutamanya sinki yang sering dalam keadaan basah.
Cahaya matahari dan angin dari tingkap dapat mengeringkan sinki yang basah dengan lebih berkesan. Ini juga salah satu cara untuk memanjangkan jangka hayat kabinet dapur anda.

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Bagi dapur pula, ia adalah lebih sesuai letak berhampiran dengan sinki. Ini bukan sahaja dapat memudahkan pengguna namun penyedut asap (hood) dapat mengeluarkan asap dari dapur dengan lebih berkesan. (Semakin pendek paip penyedut asap, maka ia dapat memaksimumkan fungsinya untuk mengeluarkan asap dari dapur anda) Lokasi yang agak sesuai bagi dapur adalah 1.5 kaki ke 3 kaki jarak dari sinki, jadi ruang antara sinki dan dapur adalah cukup untuk dua orang pengguna untuk melakukan kerjanya di depan sinki dan dapur masing-masing.

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Ketuhar adalah sejenis barang elektrik voltan tinggi dan ia adalah tidak sesuai kalau letak berhampiran dengan dapur. Maka menyediakan jarak sekurang-kurang 3 kaki di antara dapur dengan ketuhar adalah lebih selamat bagi pengguna.
Ketuhar biasa memerlukan ruang 600m x 600mm, jadi ia boleh diletakkan di kabinet bawah atau di dalam kabinet tinggi.
Demi meningkatkan kegunaan kabinet supaya pengguna boleh simpan lebih banyak barang, kabinet tinggi merupakan salah satu pilihan yang baik. Di samping itu, jika pengguna letak ketuhar dalam kabinet tinggi, maka pengguna boleh menentukan ketuharnya pada ketinggian yang sesuai dan menyenangkan pengguna semasa menggunakan ketuharnya.

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Peti ais merupakan salah satu barang yang agak besar dalam dapur, kedudukan yang paling sesuai untuk peti ais adalah di hujung dapur supaya menjadikan visual ruang dapur lebih luas. Kebanyakan pereka kabinet dapur suka letak kabinet tinggi di tepi peti ais supaya ia tutup tepi peti ais supaya hanya nampak pintu peti ais. Ini merupakan cara yang baik untuk menyembunyikan peti ais yang besar ini di dalam kabinet demi menjelmakan dapur yang lebih kemas dan teratur. Walaubagaimanapun, pengguna dinasihatkan supaya menjarakkan sekurang-kurang 4 inci di antara peti ais dengan kabinet tujuannya untuk membekalkan sistem pengudaraan yang lebih sempurna.

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