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*$parkling $andie*

*$parkling $andie* Report 17 Mar 2013 23:08

Oh ! :( ...My current 4 drawer unit isn't in the right place for that kind of thing.

Plan is to replace all the door fronts and drawer units,cos all the bases are fine.
Ram units, bought a few yrs ago ,so I'm not paying 10 - 15 times the cost of a new kitchen when it's just doors 'faded' from sunlight or slightly scratched ( plus kn*ckered drawer unit ) that need replacing.

Just needs a refresh :))
It's only taken 6 months for hubby and I to even begin to agree on the new doors !!!
He keeps coming up with all these different styles and colours ...phew !

Good luck with yours Geordie. :-D


GinN Report 17 Mar 2013 22:43

I'll probably end up putting plastic containers in mine, Scozz - I seem to hoard them, same with plastic bags and coat hangers!


LadyScozz Report 17 Mar 2013 22:26

These sound very interesting.

I took out a cupboard unit (two doors) and replaced it with two big drawers, where the saucepans now live. So much easier to find things.

The Magic Drawer sounds ideal for a corner cupboard......... especially the one I keep the plastic containers (Tupperware etc)....... that's a nightmare! I keep all the lids in one big box, but matching containers to lids can take some time.



GinN Report 17 Mar 2013 22:17

You'll need a whole top to bottom floor unit to house one, Sandie.
Pretty slick mechanism, but won't start using it until rest of kitchen is finished. Hurry up, Hubby! (cracks the whip).

*$parkling $andie*

*$parkling $andie* Report 17 Mar 2013 21:00

The top drawer of my kitchen unit is a bit wonky !

They are good then are they ? Might get one if they are 'Magic'.
The bottom one is a bit iffy too ;(

AnnC doesn't seem too impressed !

Perhaps I'll read the conscientious of opinion before I buy ;-)


GinN Report 17 Mar 2013 20:57

No, not big knickers to hold in your wobbly bits! My hubby has just installed one in the corner unit of our new kitchen. As you pull it out, all these basket trays emerge, so you can get to all your pans etc. without rooting about at the back . All clever stuff!


AnnCardiff Report 17 Mar 2013 20:53

I've just got some from M & S :-(


GinN Report 17 Mar 2013 20:51

they are really amazing!