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post #21 of 48 Old 02-01-2011, 12:49 PM
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Love it

Love the kitchen cabinets.

Once the den is finished trimmed out, on to the next room.

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Where did I put that tape measure???
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holy s**T that is BEAUTIFUL.
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"But she wants to know if the corbels are intentiomally so ... "masculine"."

Believe it or not, I didn't even notice that shape until a few months later someone pointed that out to me. I guess that means it's a freudian slip or something. I did think of about 20 jokes to write here but I think I'll refrain as I'm new to woodworking talk.

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"So, the one nit pick, such beautiful drawers and you used side slides?.... tsk, tsk.."

I won't use undermount unless it's the high end, soft close ones but even then, you lose space (height) within each drawer and drawer bottoms that slide within a grove cut in the side walls aren't as strong as ones that are screwed and glued to the very bottom of the side walls. Doesn't matter if it's for a sock drawer but if you're going to store 80 CD boxes (entertainment unit) or heavy pots and pans, etc (kitchen), you'd better have a strong drawer to last. We make ours of 3/4 side walls and 1/2" bottoms. And yes, you'd be right that I don't make as much money this way.
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Well Executed, very nice.............



That 18x18 tile will give your back a work out, I'll never forget doing mine, but it makes a huge difference.

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The style, and even the colors chosen are not normally my cup of tea, but man those look great. The whole kitchen works for me. Fantastic job it's all gorgeous. Love the mask too.

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That's a hell of an introduction! Very nice kitchen. Have to say I might agree with the Mrs. on the red color, though. I don't like painted cabinetry usually. Give me a warm natural tone with a hint of grain and I'm happy.
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Thanks, Gentlemen. Nice welcome.
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Gorgeous!!

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That's fantastic !!!
The way you managed to integrate the mask is brilliant.

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Beautiful work!
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I would give this Kitchen as 10 out of 10 marks. Fantastic!
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Thx for sharing. Very nice work, with some truely innovative ideas.
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Excellent work Russell,
I like all the little touches you don't normally find with the ready made cabinets.
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Holy moly, wow and double wow! That is some seriously beautiful work. Absolutely top notch. The little humped rails at the bottom of the island are a cool touch. I really like all of it. Beautiful kitchen. Bravo, Russell.
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Love your style. Great job!
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Totally Awesome.

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