Kitchen Remodel #3: Putting it back together

Blog entry by Dan Lyke posted 09-16-2013 09:42 PM 3618 reads 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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The floor is a pre-distressed dyed hickory, chosen because the hue matches the Mahogany cabinet doors

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The major struggle this portion of the remodel was getting the refrigerator in to the kitchen. This involved removing doors from both the kitchen and the refrigerator, building a heavy ramp, and even so the fridge ended up with a few battle scars. But it’s in. The ramp we built for it was epic, and now we have a working fridge, dishwasher, and sink, and I’ve got two more cabinets and a sh*load of doors to build.

But I did take a break on Sunday afternoon and build a prettier enclosure for the hot water recirculator button. White plastic is way too tacky for a kitchen like this.

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Some great looking work.

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