Its the last day of the first month of the year and I can’t believe how fast it went. We were working on two different kitchens and one was put in the second week of January and the other was put in last week.
The first one was painted cabinets with a glaze in the routing. We made the doors a style with grooves in order to have a place for the brown glaze. I did have fun using a tiny brush to put the glaze in! All the photos are close up because the counters, flooring, and appliances are not in yet.
I wanted to make sure that the glazing was also able to be in the frames of the cabinets in various areas so I put fluting in when I could. That is the three grooves on the right side of the drawer fronts in the pictures. It gives the cabinet an extra something!
The island was special too! It was made with Knotty Alder and stained a light brown.
Next I have the second kitchen which is not all the way done….just the cabinets are in.
This kitchen was made with natural birch lumber and stained a brown espresso. I just love it!
This is the cabinet where the refrigerator will be going. I did a variance of heights on the upper cabinets to give the room some dynamics.
I can’t wait till all these are complete….and I will be able to get final photos.
Both Kitchens are in Lodi, California and I loved working with both families. It was my pleasure.
*Update on my last post about the “big” job I have been waiting on an official answer to. I was told that they decided to use another vendor. They said they would keep me close in case this vendor doesn’t do well…….well if you know me you know what I was thinking. Um. No. Please don’t bother keeping me waiting in the wings…..I will fly on to other green pastures.
I actually wasn’t that upset, and I was proud of myself….no crying……..until I called Mr. Know-it-All. Big Mistake. He always has my back and he was upset about their decision. He made it real and said, “what!! they led you on for a year! Blah Blah Blah…..” and then the tears flowed….
But, now that its been a few days I am better and more rational and I believe what I have said all along, “If God wants me to have the job, I will have the job. He knows what’s best and what I need.”
growing pains…..aren’t they fun?
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I'm not one for giving advice but it seems as if you know what you're doing and yes, projects will come. Keep up the good work. Friends and relatives help you keep your cool and perspective but it's what's in your gut that makes things happen.