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Old 12-17-2013, 06:05 PM   #31
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Actually found a few more on my phone with a few different views. This was before we had the Finish contractors in. Here we are just hooking up some outlets. This area will be the kitchen, which I have attached our "design".
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She's coming along real nice.

Looks like the finish line may be coming into view soon.
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House is finally completed, moved in a few weeks ago. All in all an awesome project which has paid off. A lot of tough days (just ask my friends) however we could not be any happier with the result. Here is a few pics of the finished product, mainly the downstairs and kitchen.
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Very nice Thomas.

Thanks for taking the time to post.
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Looks awesome. Just curious, does the transition between the wood and tile behind the stools cause any problems when you sit in them? Looks like it would be pretty close when a person is in them.
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Nope, has not been a problem to date. We shortened up the overhang from the standard 12 to 10 inches to accomadate the tight space. We are also going to purchase smaller stools as those are bulky and from our last place.
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"Bottom line is we like doing the work (for the most part) and we like knowing even better that everything that should be there is there."

that about sums it up perfectly for me. very nice job!

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