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Walnut Pocket Doors

Posted by enduring (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 19, 13 at 19:32

Hello! My walnut pocket doors are in the cabinet shop for my bathroom remodel. I don't have pictures of them.

I was initially shocked when I saw them. They were so BOLD. Not at all what I was imagining. So I went home and thought about them for a week.

Well, a week of working on the imagination is deceptive and troublesome. It becomes an issue of a memory of a memory of a memory. By the end of the week I hated the doors! So to get myself back into reality I took a trip to town to look at them again. Low and behold they were not the ugly beast I had imagined. I liked them! Not love, but like. I am hoping love will come.

Anyway, as I looked and chattered about the whole week's turmoil to Debra, my salesperson, I told her "I'm not really high maintenance...I just act that way". We laughed.

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RE: Walnut Pocket Doors

I know what you mean, my imagination gets the best of me. I kept imaging my marble countertop having more of a gray background than white and being busy. We are obsessed.

RE: Walnut Pocket Doors

You got it sister!

edited to add that I have a strong urge to look up your bathroom reveal and see if the counters are more gray than white!

This post was edited by enduring on Fri, Jul 19, 13 at 22:02

RE: Walnut Pocket Doors

We are perfectionists. Unfortunately , most of the workers are not . My tile man laughed at me when I told him that he has to be a perfectionist in his work in order to do a good job . What we see most of the other people don't .

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