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Thread: Kitchen for my son! The Install

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    Kitchen for my son! The Install

    Finally, after 6 months of weekend WW, took a weeks vacation and stained & sprayed from Saturday to Friday to get cupboards ready for the 150 mile road trip. Took most of Saturday just to pack the 6x12 cargo trailer. So I have Sunday and Monday to install and then back to work. Valance trim has to be made up, and not sure if crown is going to be added.
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    Plugs sideways for plug in fluorescent strips to be added later under the upper units.
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    Last edited by Bryan Cowing; 08-26-2009 at 10:12 AM.
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    My son assisted in install. He did all the reno work, converting the old kitchen/living room to the new huge kitchen with eat at bar, ( 1/2 wall) I will post some more pics once he gets the countertops installed later next week.
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    looks good bryan!
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    Sweet job Bryan love that pantry. Nothing nicer than a well built kitchen what are they going to use for countertops?

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    Looking real good. Can't wait to see the finished project.
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    Great-looking work, Bryan. Ill bet your son is very happy with the cabinets. His reno is looking very nice so far. I saw several similarities to our kitchen...the dark doors on white laminate cases were the first thing I noticed. The fluorescent lights under the upper units are great, we use them quite a bit. We love the built-in trash can (although ours is above the smaller drawer instead of below it). And we have what looks like the same tile on our floor.
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    Nicely done Bryan. Bravo!
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    Bet is great to see the finished install. Wonderful job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Niemi View Post
    Sweet job Bryan love that pantry. Nothing nicer than a well built kitchen what are they going to use for countertops?
    Laminate by Wilson Art, being made up at a local counter top shop, should have pics of them in in a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bower View Post
    Bet is great to see the finished install. Wonderful job!

    What are you going to use the new shop annex for now? Wood storage?
    Not sure! I think I may stock pile a hundred bd ft or so of oak. My stash got depleted to almost 0 Looks like the cargo trailer will next be used to move the last kid out. Just landed his first job after college course finished up last April.
    Last edited by Bryan Cowing; 08-29-2009 at 08:02 PM.
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