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Our Homes TODAY “We wanted it covered because it rains throughout the year. It can be raining, but we can leave the furniture out here.” It’s a favourite sitting room, coupled with a panoramic view to One Tree Hill and the Waitakere Ranges. Suha can also look at the view from the expansive central island in the kitchen, devoid of cooking appliances or a sink, instead doubling for preparation and informal dining. An awkward corner cupboard features a rotating shelf making pots and pans easily accessible, while a specially-designed deep drawer handily placed next to the gas cooking range holds herbs, spices and other condiments. But the engine room is the butler pantry where appliances, such as a microwave, toaster and fridge, and open shelving for food provisions are tucked away out of sight. Feelings of an Arabian desert tent are evoked in the master bedroom at the other end of the top foor with wafty organza curtains hung in front of, instead of behind, silky drapes, continuing the tea theme and counteracted with the deep tea shade of the carpet. The only furniture is the bed and a wall-hung television, while Suha opted for a built-in dressing table in the substantial dressing room off the bedroom. Just off the master bathroom, tucked in behind tidy doors, is a nifty laundry shute where clothes can be dropped to the ground foor laundry. The Alijiwaads had never been involved in a building project before and Suha says they received considerable assistance from the Jalcon team. “The people there have a good understanding, helping us with colour and design. We had some different ideas and they made it easy for us to implement.” comfortable: Muted tones with subtle accessories create a relaxing environment. Photography Garry Brandon F ➤ rom Page 15 16 --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Monday, October 8, 2012 www.times.co.nz 119122-V7 Decades of excellence at Cascade Carpets From the moment our children are born, we want something reliable to cushion their every movement – their frst crawl, frst step, or even frst jump. And for thousands of local families, that something reliable has been Cascade Carpets, a true Pakuranga institution that has kept homes comfortable for more than 35 years. Businesses come and go, but this carpet company has stayed frmly rooted not only in its location but in its excellent values. This industry leader offers endless choices of top quality coverings from brands such as Godfrey Hirst, Feltex, Victoria and Jacobsen. Furthermore, the new Godfrey Hirst and Feltex Carpet warranty is now available at Cascade Carpets. All its carpets now come with a comprehensive warranty that not only recognises and endorses all consumer rights under the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 (the “CGA”), but they will also match any performance guarantee or warranty offered in the marketplace, at the time of purchase, on any product which is equivalent to theirs, where that performance warranty offers rights to the consumer in addition to those under the CGA. Cascade’s friendly, knowledgeable staff members are always on hand to help choose the right solution for every lifestyle. Clients can count on genuine, sound advice from store manager Terence Pereira and his team. Terence says: “We strive to offer the best value and our prices are defnitely among the best. We even urge new customers to look for better prices and many return to us and remain loyal customers.” From hard-wearing but cost- effective carpet for rentals to stain- resistant, allergen-free carpets for busy households, Cascade Carpets has the solution. And right now Cascades Carpets is offering FREE 10mm underlay for carpets purchased from all Godfrey Hirst and Feltex ranges as well as Victoria Carpets in Lemar Twist – now that’s a great deal! Call: Cascade Carpets, 135 Cascades Rd, Pakuranga. Ph 576 4610. Email email@example.com Advertorial 121458A www.times.co.nz Ph 271 8055 Is your 'honey-do list' getting out of hand? Check out the Times Classifieds Trades & Services Listings. In Print and Online.
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