Cherry Kitchen

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Lee Morris
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Cherry Kitchen

Postby Lee Morris » Sat, Apr 08 2006, 1:40PM

Here is a Kitchen that I just sold, unfortunately the wine/desk area has to be scaled back.
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Lee
If the only tool you have is a hammer,
every problem looks like a nail.

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Postby David Norton » Sat, Apr 08 2006, 1:56PM

Very clean ,great looking kitchen. I especially like the baby grand island.
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Postby George Davidson » Sat, Apr 08 2006, 2:41PM

Hi Lee nice kitchen lay out I like the upper corner Cabinet the way it comes out. We just did it to my sons house. I have to go over and put the crown up. Now Stacy wants a inland.One of our helpers said what is
the blue tape for.We are putting in a drop down inland in the floor he said will be nice :roll: Mike put lights on the top of the cabinets that looks good.
Now I have to made aonther rounded counter top for the inland. They are no fun.
Lee how much more did you bring out the corner cabinet

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Postby DanEpps » Sat, Apr 08 2006, 3:53PM

Lee

I'm not surprised that these pictures helped to sell the job.

When you take the time to create a presentation like this for a customer, it shows not only your skill with creating a presentation, but that you will put the same care and attention to detail in the finished job. In the end, that is what really sells the job.

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Postby Lee Morris » Sun, Apr 09 2006, 3:59PM

George
The corner cabinet is 3\" deeper and 6\" taller than the ones beside it. This allows the crown to dive into the side
Lee

If the only tool you have is a hammer,

every problem looks like a nail.


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