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    The kitchen doesn't look so great to me. I just feel like I'm looking at a little store somewhere, not a "wow, that's fantastic!" kind of kitchen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deckhand View Post
    Wow that is quite a kitchen and story. I would rather have Nathan Myrvold's kitchen.
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    It has a bit more room than my 'kitchen' in Seoul. Plus, I reckon if you ditch the chandelier and special glass island bit, oh, and install a jukebox in the corner, it might be nice.

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    Although it would make the task of explaining why you have such expensive knives a whole lot easier!

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    I like it. Needs gas burners though.

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    Is it just me, or does 1.6m sound a bit low for THE worlds most expensive kitchen. And it does look like dog ****.

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    $1.6 sounds low to me too, Jay.

    I don't care for the final product one bit, but interesting story.

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    Yeah, I am sure there are more expensive kitchens out there. A good chunck of the 1.6 mil comes for $700,000 for copper cabinets.

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    Copper seem like a really sensible choice for the cabinets as far as maintenance is concerned. Less expensive than gold, too.

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    Personally, I would want my copper-plated walls to be damascus. Not sure if I would patina, though.

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