I still have a punch list, but it's looking pretty much complete, so I'll post a photo.
Black locust shelves and counter. Painted poplar front. French cleat for the attachment.
Thank you!Looking very good! Pro job.
What slides? What’s the paint schedule?
Did you do r/s in tabke saw or router set?
Thanks!Couldn't have said it better!
Quit your day job and build cabinets?
OH, that's right you did that! Hand carved cabinet fronts maybe?
Flawless gaps based on the photos and that's not all that easy.
Sure, every little bit of space helps. Our first house was really small. We spent a lot of time figuring out how to use all the space but not make it looked cramped or crowded. The second house wasn't huge, but 50% larger. It didn't feel as large as the smaller house until we started to modify it.Yeah... it felt like a waste leaving that odd shaped nook there,
yeah, i don't mind hanging sheetrock, but i truly dislike finishing or painting for that matter. however, after hiring a complete hack for our first home, my wifey has become quite the drywall finisher