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gaffer
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572 posts since 13/4/05

posted 14 Jul 2016 15:06, edited 14 Jul 2016 15:06
I know a few on here have got the Hay Mags but has anyone got the soft version and able to offer any comment on it?

I've sat on the normal version and it wasn't as comfy as I would like, obviously the soft version should be more comfy but I'm concerned it will lose shape and look 'sloppy'?Puzzled
OnlyOneStop
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2948 posts since 3/8/08

21 Jul 2016 11:11
Any recommendations for led spots/downlights? Got a large kitchen/diner space to illuniate and don't want it to glare from all the lights needed.
pops
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4284 posts since 2/9/09

21 Jul 2016 21:43
We've got these throughout the house. Totally recessed with none of the workings visible. Can't remember what they're called but will let you know if interested.
pops
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4284 posts since 2/9/09

21 Jul 2016 21:49







pops
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4284 posts since 2/9/09

21 Jul 2016 21:51
Late Modern Japanese interiors (1970's)
OnlyOneStop
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2948 posts since 3/8/08

22 Jul 2016 08:14
pops they look great - what are they? Astro? Does being recessed affect the light given out? Do you need more throughout?
diederik
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3314 posts since 16/8/11

22 Jul 2016 22:34
pops wrote: Late Modern Japanese interiors (1970's)

Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool x 1000
Sumbeam
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1022 posts since 27/1/11

23 Jul 2016 07:47
diederik wrote:
pops wrote: Late Modern Japanese interiors (1970's)

Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool x 1000
Dee
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12064 posts since 22/11/07

23 Jul 2016 08:03
Cool daybed in 4th pic?
jeg
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2266 posts since 12/12/01

23 Jul 2016 12:12
I know gonna get haters - but anyone recommend a decent place for a cowhide rug?

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carl lewis
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23965 posts since 14/10/04

23 Jul 2016 12:23
Sumbeam wrote:
diederik wrote:
pops wrote: Late Modern Japanese interiors (1970's)

Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool x 1000

All MIL approved
andymakesglasses
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20641 posts since 26/1/06

26 Jul 2016 13:59
Anyone got any saucepan recommendations? Laughing out loud

Looking for something 20cm in diameter for use on a gas hob. Not sure if I want non-stick or not (the last saucepan has been binned due to the non-stick coating starting to come off).
Tickers
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112 posts since 16/11/06

26 Jul 2016 14:43
Hard to look past Le Creuset in my opinion - The stainless steel pans are great as you can use any utensils with them, but even the toughened non stick versions are very hard wearing from my experience - had them years now and still going strong

http://www.ecookshop.co.uk/ecookshop/cook-shop.asp
MoB
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37251 posts since 31/8/04

26 Jul 2016 14:57
Tickers wrote: Hard to look past Le Creuset in my opinion
sydneyking
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5113 posts since 26/9/09

26 Jul 2016 16:10
Tk Maxx normally have tons of Le Creuset stuff available
oldgregg
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6370 posts since 13/4/02

26 Jul 2016 17:19
Porsche?
Dee
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12064 posts since 22/11/07

26 Jul 2016 18:45
anolon
Best
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9944 posts since 21/10/05

26 Jul 2016 19:12
Bought a full set of Stellar pans from TK, brilliant quality & value
jeg
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2266 posts since 12/12/01

26 Jul 2016 20:58
staub pots an pans if you got a large budget
diederik
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3314 posts since 16/8/11

26 Jul 2016 21:17
De Buyer or Demeyere - worth the £