New Zealanders flock to the black flat

The first-ever nationwide survey of Kiwi people’s preferences for flat surfaces in the nation’s cities revealed that more than half are opting for a flat that looks like a black diamond.

The survey, conducted by Kipozis Flatiron and Kipoezis Flat Metal Co-operative, also found that more and more Kiwis were adopting the new flat design, which has a flat top and a flat floor.

Kipozins Flatiron’s founder, Kipoja Kipuzi, said it was not surprising the trend was growing.

“People are trying to be more stylish and have a sense of style.

But also it’s about aesthetics and it’s also about quality,” she said.”

And if we can create a flat surface that’s not just a high-end piece, but that feels like a good piece that looks good and is really comfortable to walk on, then people are going to buy it.”

Ms Kiposki said the new design was a new kind of design, and that it was “not just a design that’s for the wealthy and the super rich, it’s for people of all backgrounds”.

“It’s a new way of looking at things that feels a bit more contemporary,” she explained.

The results were published in the latest edition of Kipoes Flatiron Magazine, a magazine for the community.

While the black diamond flat was the most popular choice, the black rose rose and black and white rose were the most sought after.

Kipoes also surveyed residents in Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch and Manukau.

Mr Kipoozu said it would be good to see more people choosing black and gold on their next visit to the capital.

“I think we’ll see more black flats popping up in the future,” he said.

The findings come after New Zealand became the first country to officially adopt a flat-iron standard in 2014.

New Zealand’s new flat-metal standard has a new design.

It looks like this, and is a new type of design.

Kapozi Flatiron Co-op’s CEO, Karmel Kipoosi, is one of the first people to embrace the new standard.

“The flatiron is our favourite kind of furniture, so I was very happy to be chosen as the new owner of this iconic piece,” she told New Zealand’s Newsroom.

Ms Kipsoski was also a founder member of Kippington flat iron company and was awarded the New Zealand Diamond Award in 2009.

It was only in 2015 that Kipoi Flatiron started selling its products in New Zealand.

She said the company had also been looking for a place to open a new factory in the city of Christchurch.

“There’s so much demand in Christchurch, we need to expand,” she added.

“So that’s why we decided to set up shop here.”

Kiposis Flat Iron is the first company to adopt a black flat, and she said it made a huge difference to the company.

“We had about 250 people show up to see us.

I’ve never seen a customer come to a flat iron shop in my life,” she says.

The company sells flat iron at $US20 ($25) for men, $US30 ($35) for women, and $US60 ($70) for both men and women.