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    update on previous job

    a long time ago i started this thread, talking about this job i was doing.

    http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...p?t=232&page=7

    well i finally got around to visiting and taking pics of the finished product. i was very amazed at how beautiful this renovation of a 100+ year old house could be.

    enjoy

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    thanks for lookin
    chris

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    Hi Chris ,
    Those photos show the real beauty of the wood, the style and the kitchen in general. It is truely a lovely job, well done.
    The vanity turned out quite nice as well. Thanks for your post!
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    thanks shaz, appreciate the nice comments.

    by the way, what is that a pic of in your avatar? mind showing me the whole pic?

    chris

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    Thanks Chris,
    It is a photo of the corner of my entertainment center here at the house on the upper left and the other photo in the lower right was the crown I used on a mantle ( I think) for another family.
    I had a photoshop class at the local Jr. College and we had to make a book cover. I decided on Crowning glory.
    But beside that thanks for asking.
    again I really great looking kitchen!
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    Very nice work Chris

    Especially like the base's with the cut out toe kicks
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    Cheers! - Jim

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    Chris,


    All I can say is...I'd love to have those cabinets in my house! The wood, design and finish is outstanding. Going back and looking at that old house you took the wood from...the work to get it into boards the right size and finish...the construction/installation...and now the final kitchen. WoW.

    Thanks again for the threads.


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    shaz,
    it looks like beautiful work...thanks

    and thanks again for the compliment

    chris

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    jim, thanks, the homeowner like the toe kicks as well, except that she is a clean freak and hates sweeping under them...

    greg, thanks so much, it was probably one of my more enjoyable projects.

    i have more pics of the interior of the home if anyone is interested...the work isn't mine, but it's still very beautiful!!

    chris

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    You're getting good at this stuff, Chris. Your work looks superb in these pics. You have good reason to be proud of that job.
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