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post #21 of 28 Old 04-27-2015, 09:14 AM
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not even gonna lie... I was looking at the photos and thinking how nice the flush drawers with contrasting color/grain was...

But Im sure the drawer fronts will be nice too!
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post #22 of 28 Old 04-27-2015, 11:21 AM
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That's looking real nice! What kind of countertop is that?
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Made a little progress
Very good job with the pictures to show your progress.
I know you'll be glad to get it finished.
Thanks for sharing.
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That's looking real nice! What kind of countertop is that?
Silestone.

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Very good job with the pictures to show your progress.
I know you'll be glad to get it finished.
Thanks for sharing.

Yeah the Mrs was tired of washing dishes in the slop sink in the garage. Shes happy with it.

Happy wife/ happy life

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What was the dimension of the wood used for the toe kicks?

Nice job btw, this looks great!
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That looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing your progress.
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3/4" shop maple ripped to 4-1/2" for the kicks the face frames over hangs 3/4" over the top of the kick


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