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Smallest kitchen EVER!
#1
I'm doing a 1 bed flat re-furb at the moment and this is the kitchen i'm installing, tried to talk the customer into moving the very large lounge (8.5m x 6m) considering the rest of the flat, so I could redesign the rest of the tiny flat, moving the kitchen meant I could have made the single bedroom into a double and enlarged the bathroom meaning it could take a full size basin rather than a cloakroom one, nearly won the battle but lost at the eleventh hour.
   


The kitchen is tiny 2.15m x 1.6m, in it the new owner of the flat had a cooker, hob, hood & slimline fridge (washing machine in bedroom)
   
   

The customer insisted on all mod cons, so it I have now managed to squeeze in Oven, Hood, Hob, B/I Washing machine, Dishwasher, B/I Fridge, B/I Combi Microwave and even a small caravan freezer! all this even though within the space the services for the whole building run through and strangely next doors soil pipe runs through it too (see pictures of modified tower unit)
   

of course not finished yet so will post some when done
   

OK so not the most pleasing to the eye but I believe an estate agent would describe it as "small but perfectly formed"

oh I kinda cheated on the oven and dishwasher... it's in the same appliance, I remember seeing it for the first time a few years back in theobalds catalogue and thought who the hell would have a use for that! it seems I now have :lol:

resim
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#2
nice tight fit Smile
that tower blocks alot of light tho
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#3
None of it is ideal... The light issue with the tower unit although it's not that bad when you’re in the room, there are no drawers, the sink will be tucked away under the window, the corner unit has limited access as it's a 1000 cut down then a 300 door fitted, the hood is a telescopic one so the workings will take up a lot of the bridging unit, there are other details that I know you lot will notice like the wall units not being at the same height as the tower unit but there is a reason for that.

But when I did 6 different designs all with at least one of the above appliances missing the customer started asking questions like, "what if I do without an oven and just use a combo microwave?" and "what if I do without a hob?". She would rather have the utility appliances than the cooking! So I had to come up with a design that got it all in to stop her making a terrible mistake. And whilst as I say it's not ideal I’m amazed I managed to get it all in, it's also a design that can be changed without too much cost should she decide to sell and somebody else whould rather have less appliances and more storage
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#4
Big Grin 
CR, isnt it amazing what you will fit before having the client "sectioned" Th_ROFLMAO Th_ROFLMAO
I didn't fail the test, I just found 100 ways to do it wrong.
Benjamin Franklin
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#5
marc1106 Wrote:CR, isnt it amazing what you will fit before having the client "sectioned" Th_ROFLMAO Th_ROFLMAO

Touche Marc ! I walked straight into that one :lol:
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#6
Think this might win smallest kitchen ever:

resim

In just about the smallest flat ever.
There was hardly any space to stand up in as the ceiling sloped down on all sides. I was standing as far away as I could get and I've got a wide angle camera.
There was a cupboard acting as bedroom with no windows and no full height; apart from that what you see was the whole flat.
I'd rather live on the streets.
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#7
On the way up to the "flat" in the previous post is contender for competition of weirdest place to put a radiator:

resim
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fuster Wrote:On the way up to the "flat" in the previous post is contender for competition of weirdest place to put a radiator:

resim

or it could win "the tallest plumber category" Th_ROFLMAO
I didn't fail the test, I just found 100 ways to do it wrong.
Benjamin Franklin
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#9
allways nice to have warm hair when leaving and arriving.Th_ROFLMAO
FESTOOL CHEAPER THAN mafell and Doesn't look like an Aldi special.LOL
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#10
Looks a nice job though Rob...

I see the fein and dewalt laser are out..lol lol.
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#11
Just looking at old threads. This kitchen still makes me laugh.
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#12
I remember seeing that hob and dishwasher set up years ago and thinking the same as you did back then ROFL30h
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#13
My grandads kitchen is 1600mm x 1400mm and has the back door and door to dining room in it
Festool.... Cheaper than maffel
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(24-02-2015, 10:15 PM)Colour Republic Wrote: Just looking at old threads. This kitchen still makes me laugh.



Not too keen on the reflection on thatmasons mitre. Looks a bit gash. ROFL30hTongueWiggle





"I HAVE ENOUGH FESTOOL'S ".......SAID NO FITTER EVER!!!?
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#15
Wasn't bolted together as it still needed the over hang trimmed down smart arseTongueWiggle and the sink cut out too while I think about it.

You didn't think i'd leave an 80mm overhang before the cooker did you!!!
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(24-02-2015, 10:50 PM)Colour Republic Wrote: Wasn't bolted together as it still needed the over hang trimmed down smart arseTongueWiggle and the sink cut out too while I think about it.

You didn't think i'd leave an 80mm overhang before the cooker did you!!!

Dunno. The word cowboy has been batted around the forum last day or so (NVQ THREAD LOL) and with it being in Brighton you just neeeeever know. Cheers





"I HAVE ENOUGH FESTOOL'S ".......SAID NO FITTER EVER!!!?
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#17
The funniest thing about this is that the OP by Rob was back in 2010.

I had no idea he'd been hanging around this place for going on five years!
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#18
Some of Robs post take 5 years to read ROFL30h
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  • Colour Republic (25-02-2015 12:30 AM)
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#19
ROFL30hROFL30h

Rep points added for that one!
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