My new kitchen
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Okay. I finished my kitchen in July 2018. I've been trying to post pictures off and on since then with no luck. This is as close as I can get. I really have a lot to learn on posting the pics. Sorry


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I like it, very nice work including the layout!
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I like the look. What wood was used? Finish? Hardware? I am in the process of building cabinets for a friend. Hope they turn out looking as nice as yours.
I don't understand it
I've cut it twice
And it is still too short
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Looks super!! Glad you finally figured out pic posting.

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If hummus is made from Garbanzo beans, why isn't it called Garbanzus?
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(02-06-2020, 02:57 PM)lift mechanic Wrote: I like the look. What wood was used? Finish? Hardware? I am in the process of building cabinets for a friend. Hope they turn out looking as nice as yours.
All of the wood is hard maple with amber shellac and walnut trim , it took 3 coats each, so it was a very long & tedious process. The top coat was 3 coats of exterior poly. I used soft close on the drawers & doors.

I didn't think the HM would be so time consuming to stain.

The granit. $$$$$ ouch  Upset

Thanks for all of the comments.
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How about some closeup shots of the doors and drawers.
Steve





 
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You’re due to make some banana bread!
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Really turned out nice!
I started with absolutely nothing. Now, thanks to years of hard work, careful planning, and perseverance, I find I still have most of it left.
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Very nice. That’s a big project.
John
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