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QUOTE(pauligan @ Dec 23 2003, 02:12 PM)Measuring dude is coming over tonight.

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There's got to be a twisted joke here somewhere, I just can't think right now. <_<
 

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owe i thought you actually valued MY opinion.....
I guess my opinion is just going to be put into the
"average out" calculation


A.
 

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"A" is much less expensive than "B"

... but insurance is covering it all...

decisions, decisions... I should have taken pic of the second one in the kitchen.

two totally different styles: modern and sleek versus heavy, traditional, expensive looking...

I'm equally pulled, though a little more so towards b.
 

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a
 

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B IS MUCH MORE TRADITIONAL
A IS MORE MODERN, CLEAN.

BOTH ARE NICE,
 

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Not knowing your style of furniture,,,,?
ANd not knowing the size of your kitchen???
I would still choose style B because it give a lot richer look then style A. Also, you could probably choose a richer color for style B then you could style A. But, it's up to you.. Your the one that has to live with the decision...
I'm sure that you'll make the right choice....
 

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Personally I prefer which ever cabinet has the Absolut in it..... but out of those 2 I would have to say A without a doubt...
 

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"A" for sure.......Just don`t put them too high......Remember anything higher than

waist high is too high to get busy on......
 

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I actually don't like either. Is there a choice C?? Of the two there, A seems a bit more modern, but looks a bit cheap and B looks overly heavy and old style.
 
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