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Postby DanFecteau » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 7:20AM

Off-white with light glaze kitchen with beaded frame, island is distress cherry.
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Postby DanFecteau » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 7:22AM

Couple more pics, pantry was'nt done at that time...
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Postby Mike Seisser » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 8:24AM

Great kitchen! Cabs look awesome! Nice work.

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Postby Brian Shannon » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 10:55AM

VERY Nice Dan. Lots of detail really shows.


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Postby Mark Taylor » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 6:40PM

Beautiful work Dan...inset doors really do make it furniture grade! I agree on the detail as well...design has been beautifully worked out.

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 7:54PM

Dan,
Beautiful work. I am always impressed with both your designs and quality.
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Postby Michael Yeargain » Sat, Mar 10 2007, 8:30PM

Was this cut on a router?
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DanFecteau
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Cut on router

Postby DanFecteau » Mon, Mar 12 2007, 8:17AM

Yes it was cut on our thermwood

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Postby greg youngken » Mon, Mar 12 2007, 5:12PM

Dan, great looking job! Did you design this ? I really like the cooktop area, looks good.
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Postby Lamar Horton » Mon, Mar 12 2007, 10:37PM

How did you do the wide (corbels?) with the bullseyes at the cooktop? What material, is it a solid piece, several layers, or what?

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Corbels

Postby DanFecteau » Tue, Mar 13 2007, 6:10AM

Several layers of 1\" thick, the rosette is half integrated in a pocket made with a hand router, the rosette was machined on our thermwood though.

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Postby Lamar Horton » Tue, Mar 13 2007, 7:50AM

Excellent.


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