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fefie

it seems now a days everywhere are boxy sinks. I never thought much about howthey would be when used. Now I know! I hate it ! they are hard to clean with those sharp corners !!!! and it seems particles get distributed in every corner and edge. I would never , ever get one period ! They don't even look that great , but mostly , they are a major pain in the putt !!

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grh215

I can not believe that in more than half of the pictures the window jamb lands dead smack in the middle of the sink, right where you would be looking out if working at the sink. Better window layouts are easily achieved using different combinations, sizes or styles. In picture 5 "enjoy the view of the Hamptons" when you add in the 2 window stiles is has to 8 to 10 inches of wood 28" from your face, you would be cross eyed when done looking out.

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Defining Elegance by Charlyce-Alana
where can I found and order the garden window....rooster by sink??
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