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04/06/2014: Small detail changes can make a big difference

You may have to look closely to see the difference, but it was important to our customer so it was important to us. Originally, this dresser had oak shelves, sides and back internally.

Once the job was finished and the dresser installed, our customer found it a little dark, so we changed it for her. The shelves are still oak, but the sides and back have been painted in the same light colour as the outside, which now gives the space a much lighter and airier feel.

It is this kind of attention to detail that we pride ourselves on at CWN. Only when you have a kitchen, extension, conversion or new house that you are entirely happy with, do we consider the job done.

Little things mean a lot.

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