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Day 4...this is better than Christmas!!

Posted by ali80ca (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 26, 13 at 19:32

I am looking forward to taking some pics during daylight hours as our kitchen is lacking in lights right now. Busy day here, perimeter cabinets are basically done, banquette was started and the electrician popped by to talk about under cabinet lighting. Tomorrow the island will be started and hopefully the soapstone templating will happen. The bookcase area looks so pretty with the seeded glass doors!


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RE: Day 4...this is better than Christmas!!

Haha. Early present to you and us by way of visuals.

You nailed it with your room color (I know it's on a monitor but the yellow shows nice) and cabinets! The book case is stupendous and I can imagine the books, photos, decorative which may fill it. Do put in lighting if possible, since your electrician dropped by.

I'm happy with the pace at which your remodel is progressing. Many times, what is judged a four week kitchen remodel draws out to 3 months or more. You've got an assertive crew. Happy for you.


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RE: Day 4...this is better than Christmas!!

Hi sparkling. This reno has been happening since march. This part is going quickly thankfully and I am loving it so much which feels like a reward for all the prep work. Thanks for the compliments :)


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RE: Day 4...this is better than Christmas!!

Hi sparkling. This reno has been happening since march. This part is going quickly thankfully and I am loving it so much which feels like a reward for all the prep work. Thanks for the compliments :)


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