Project days start early...usually with a list in hand,
I head out to the local building supply.
I like to choose my own supplies.
And with the carpenter only available two days a week,
I want to make the most of his time.
The bungalow kitchen is tiny...I mean, really tiny.
But, I have come to love that very fact.
I should first say,
"Every project is done on a tight budget".
Lucky for me, the kitchen has the original cabinets, floors and....
oh yes, those wonderful big windows.
There are a total of three windows,
with this one overlooking the studio.
The free-standing cooking range came with house.
As soon as I started using it,
I realized it must have some counter space on both sides.
The problem was the tiny space.
But luck again came when I found two oak cabinet,
measuring 12" wide.
The tile work, behind the stove,
will be done after the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Another project, for this past week end,
was to make the fridge appear to be built-in.
Again, because of tiny, all the appliances looked odd,
The cabinet above, still needs crown molding.
All the unfinished wood will be painted the same color as the original cupboards
How true the words of my sign ring...
The painting must simply wait until after the holiday.