Creating beautiful things… repurposing vintage & found items-transforming them & combining them to create beautiful new pieces. I love that with the added space, our table isn’t right up by the window anymore. In preparation, I am getting jigs and workflow set for the big job. I busied myself with some cabinet issues, and burning flooring until they left at 4. Then I installed new underlayment and had a beverage.
I am going to make a German Apple Pancake for breakfast Saturday morning.) Yes, I know, one of the outlet covers is white and not stainless. It was still a pain in the butt but with all the layers and the nasty, tarry adhesive that was under the oldest layer, there was no easy way to get this job done.
The walls are sealed up and ready to start adding cabinets. In a 295-square-foot Brooklyn studio apartment designed by Nick Olsen, the kitchen corner, done in white and green to blend in, gets a serving with a painted plaid backsplash along with grosgrain ribbon trim of charm.
They also offer iPhone functionality in order to come up with an easy use of parking enforcement along with security guards as well as authorized personnel. We used to keep our beer in a cabinet on the floor in the pantry and it was always ice cold. It took 5 years of living here to figure out how we wanted the kitchen and almost as long to save.
We chose a tongue and grove paneling for the backslash, which was time consuming… cutting each piece, and around light sockets, and window trim…ahhhh what a looonnnggg project. I don’t think you can ever go wrong adding woodwork! Don’t give into a toddler when he doesn’t want to eat any meat for a week (Carter at 15 months) They will give in if you keep giving them what you want them to have!