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Posted: 08/11/20 08:10am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

fulltimin wrote:

Look at this Mess!!!

Well, not really. The shelves are Gone! Yup. I removed all of my tools and goodies that were here, and moved them to the shelves in the kitchen area.

I then proceeded to dis-assemble the shelves I had made for this area. I had only screwed them together with Kreg screws, and did not use any glue, since I knew these would be temporary.

More cleanup of this area tomorrow.



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Bill.Satellite wrote:

fulltimin wrote:

Look at this Mess!!!

Well, not really. The shelves are Gone! Yup. I removed all of my tools and goodies that were here, and moved them to the shelves in the kitchen area.

I then proceeded to dis-assemble the shelves I had made for this area. I had only screwed them together with Kreg screws, and did not use any glue, since I knew these would be temporary.

More cleanup of this area tomorrow.



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Posted: 08/11/20 08:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

And now, it's time for my magic trick.

(Snaps fingers)!





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It's amazing how long it takes sometimes to clean things up, and organize stuff that has been sitting for a while.

Yes, that's all I got accomplished today, although it took several hours to do.

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Posted: 08/11/20 08:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Here is a photo that I manipulated just to see what the end of the kitchen might look like if I added wallpaper to the passenger side of the cabinets.

It does what I thought it would do, which is to visually separate the kitchen and the living areas. It gives the illusion that the room I am in, ends right there.

Still don't know if I like it or not.



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Personally I would prefer real wood over fake stone.
Thanks for keeping us updated!


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That might be too much. Kind of looks like the kitchen is in a cave. I understand what you're going for but not sure I like that.


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I agree with Bill. The kitchen is already dark, with no windows back there. The stone on both sides just makes it darker.


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Posted: 08/12/20 05:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Too small. and you are making it look smaller. Usually prefer to not comment, but now you are getting into the good stuff! show your wife, with and without.


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Posted: 08/12/20 07:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

dig out more black walnut. you will love it
my beaver is all solid black walnut,cabinets,hallway ect..never get tired of it

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Posted: 08/12/20 08:22pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

joerg68 wrote:

Personally I would prefer real wood over fake stone.
Thanks for keeping us updated!



I also like the look of wood, however, in this case, I thought the "stone" look in one area would help break up the look just a bit.

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