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  1. The NSBRC is just a junction up the M4 from me but I didn't know it was there! Thanks v much - will go tomorrow.
  2. Thank you! I've been looking at solid doors, but am open to 'heavier' veneers. I just really hate the pine ones I've got in the current house, and think that the feel of a door can make a huge difference to the feel of a house. The prices I've found so far are more in the £130+ bracket. These are from Doors of Distinction. I am nervous about buying without trying though! I haven't found many places where you can feel their doors open and close. I'll also have a look at hemlock - I do like walnut but the ones I've found are even more expensive than the oak ones I like. I am cursed with champagne taste and a Prosecco budget apparently...
  3. Hi all, Does anyone have any recommendations for solid feeling internal doors? Ones that feel as heavy and 'satisfying' as oak, but maybe without the price tag? All the ones I've found so far have felt rather flimsy... Thanks in advance.
  4. Thank you all for your replies - very helpful! I think after considering I will go bespoke, with a local guy.
  5. Hi there, I'm interested to know people's opinions of Wickes kitchens please? I am looking at their Tiverton Slate kitchen, with quartz worktops and their Butler 1 Bowl sink. Neff induction hob and ovens. I will be supplying all my own American FF and tap. Undecided about dishwasher yet. A little nervous about using them as most people (who probably have had bigger budgets than me!) have told me to go bespoke if possible. However, if I can save some money and still get good quality, I'd really like to! Thanks in advance.