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Re: kitchen & anemone

Wow - my place looks like a tenemant compared to yours - beautiful!

Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: Kitty
Sent: 9/5/2004 1:10:10 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] kitchen & anemone

> OK, by now most of you probably think I got really taken by Craig the

> Cabinet guy and that my kitchen is a wreck falling apart at the seems.  So I

> have posted pictures if you care to see them.  It's not as bad as I've been

> making it sound.  (With the kitchen photos I've included a photo of Anemone

> 'Bodnant Burgundy')


> For the grand total of $4800, Craig:


> Removed old overhead light and installed new

> Removed all old cabinetry and installed about half of it in my garage

> Installed all new custom made cabinets

> Installed new custom made free standing cabinets where there had previously

> been empty space.

> Installed new kitchen counter with same material between upper and lower

> cabinets

> Installed new dishwasher

> Replaced door to laundry room

> Replaced all floor molding and door molding

> Installed 'hocky-puck' under cabinet lighting

> Rewired the telephone to new location

> Replaced oven hood


> I did the wallpapering and bought the dishwasher and overhead light, but

> Craig purchased and did the rest.  The cabinets were made in his shop

> because all the weird sizing in my kitchen made standard cabinets not

> possible.


> http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/kmrsy/album?.dir=/8da6


> Maybe a do-it-yourselfer could have done it for less, but I'm not that

> talented.  I'm pretty darned sure that a more reputable craftsman would have

> charged me a lot more for this kitchen, but that's all I could afford.  So

> it may not be perfect, but I'm reasonably satisfied.


> Kitty


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