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post #41 of 48 Old 01-12-2012, 08:17 AM Thread Starter
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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.
you're the only one to notice, chain... thx / for what it's worth, I use undermount slides on all kitchens now / thanks to everybody for all the kind words

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Nice work!... I wouldn't even call them kitchen "cabinets" anymore, More like kitchen furniture
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Your kitchen makes me sick. Its so damn nice. It is a welcome change to the typical cookie cutter designs that the majority of homes, including mine have.

A kitchen, is used more than any other room in a house, why can't they be this nice?.

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That is some very inspiring cabinetry you have created there.... Excellent workmanship!
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Awesome job. Love the face. When you were describing the mask, E wasn't sure I'd like it, then I scrolled down and wow, it is great. A fine job sir.
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It is hard not to be awed by this one!
Excellent idea with the faces! Old glamour that is!
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post #48 of 48 Old 09-10-2012, 02:15 PM
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Just wondering if you can post a picture of the back of your cabinet doors. These are very interesting. Also, what type of router bit do you use on your rail and styles?
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