Kitchen in Jatoba hard wood

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Francis Samson
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Kitchen in Jatoba hard wood

Postby Francis Samson » Tue, Mar 27 2007, 3:51PM

First, i would like to say Hi to all and that i love this software!!!
I've been working with it for the past 3years and i'm getting there.
Seems like there's still some little adjustment to be done on it, but it is getting pretty good.
So keep the good work!
This is an nice kitchen that i did for a customer, all in Jatoba with plenty of features.

See ya all :D
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Postby Michael Yeargain » Wed, Mar 28 2007, 5:43AM

Francis Samson,

Beautiful job...

It appears that the ceiling is higher than the cabinets. How is that cabinetry above the penninsula susspended? Or is the ceiling height to the top of the cabinets?
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Postby Francis Samson » Wed, Mar 28 2007, 9:01AM

Thank you Michael, to answer your question, yes it is suspended and the ceiling was 12' hight!!! :roll: I just attached the glass cabinet with a post from the ceiling and reinforced the cabinet with blind dado and a double top for the weight compensation and some idden toggle bolt inside the module to the ajustable post!
A bit more work but i'm sure that it won't fall!!!!

I'm posting another one like this but that was attach to a cathedral ceiling :twisted: ! This one was a major project, beleive me. I had a metal frame being made with all the angels and dim. that we coverded with the same finish wood (that was actually an old barn that i salvaged)!!! Got a lot of antique jobs like this over here and since the price of the wood is so crazy, every recycling works in these cases on antique finish!!

See ya.
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