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    Installing our new kitchen.

    We are now working on the final stages of our new house. We've got two kitchens, one for us and one for my MIL's apartment. I've got both built now and we began the installation of the main kitchen today. I've got a few more things to do to get ready for the granite guys on Monday. I'll have to build the knee wall behind the dogleg sink and dishwasher. The kitchen is made of maple, stained with waterbased stain, waterborne lacquer, blum hinges and blum soft close undermount drawer guides. There is s matching set of cabinets in the pantry that are not visable in the pics. I'll post more pics later on after it is all complete.Click image for larger version. 

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    Still a lot more to do here tho. Glass install in doors, puck lighting, crown and remake some doors I made the wrong size, and the four drawer fronts I forgot to make, I hate it when that happens.
    I once heard that cats and women will do darn well what they please and that men and dogs would do well to accept it and just go on.

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    Wow, That's really coming together nicely. Looks like a heck of a lot of work!
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    That's a lot of piece, but looking good.
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    Your on the home stretch.
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    NICE! Very very nice!!!!!
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    hey jim, that helper looks like a younger twin looks good so far..!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    hey jim, that helper looks like a younger twin looks good so far..!!!
    Yeah we get that a lot Larry.
    I once heard that cats and women will do darn well what they please and that men and dogs would do well to accept it and just go on.

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