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Live/Work Update: Kitchen Installation

by Shawn last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:19 AM
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by Shawn last modified Oct 15, 2010

Long overdue, an update on the Live/Work project. We've finished the electrical, installed our cabinets, and getting ready for final inspections. Take a look at some of the photos from the last month. Related posts: Live/Work Update: Stem Wall Pour Live/Work Update: Framing! Live/Work Update: Concrete Slab




 

 

Well, the last few months have been a real grind at the Live/Work project. Mostly because I’ve elected to do most of the finish work myself, things have progressed very slowly. There are only so many things you can get done on nights and weekends. (Oh, and did I mention I’m not a professional cabinet builder, concrete contractor, or electrician?!?!)

The good news is that we can see the light at the end of the tunnel! It’s been almost a year, and the last few details are wrapping up – appliances are going in, cabinets are hung, and we’re looking forward to the final inspections. Yeah!

Here are a few (long overdue) photos from the last few months. Thanks for your patience – making time to keep up with Portland Built (while running Kinesis) has been nearly impossible. With the project wrapping up, we’re looking forward to putting more time into the Portland Built site. Enjoy the show!

Concrete Countertop Fresh out of the mold

Concrete Countertop Fresh out of the mold

Concrete Countertop for the penninsula

Concrete countertop for the peninsula

Staining the veneered die wall

Staining the veneered die wall

Moving the die wall into position

Moving the die wall into position

Drawer installation

Drawer installation

Penninsula corbel

Penninsula corbel

Light switch dimmer

Light switch dimmer

Counter depth refrigerator. Used appliances are great!

Counter depth refrigerator. Used appliances are great!

Big thanks to everyone who helped with this phase of the project- especially to John Wallace, who put up with my attempts at cabinetry.

Related posts:

  1. Live/Work Update: Stem Wall Pour
  2. Live/Work Update: Framing!
  3. Live/Work Update: Concrete Slab


 

 

 
 
 

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