This is the reason why my "Q" is on hold UPDATE 6/3

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Wanted to give everyone an update on the kitchen

Just tweaking some stuff here and there, the only real problem we had was the granite, it was too big to bring in the house fron the truck.

They had to take it back and seam it at the sink, they done a wonderful job.

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I don't know where the heck my table pics got to, I'll post them once I find them.
 
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Looking better every time I see it.

Almost there now!

Question: Was that brick on the old walls, paneling on Masonite?

I had a kitchen in the 70s that had that. It came in 4 X 8 sheets, a little thicker than paneling.

I think it used to be made by Abitibi.

Bear
 
Looking better every time I see it.

Almost there now!

Question: Was that brick on the old walls, paneling on Masonite?

I had a kitchen in the 70s that had that. It came in 4 X 8 sheets, a little thicker than paneling.

I think it used to be made by Abitibi.

Bear


It was some kind of faux brick fiberglass or some type of composite it was about 3/8" thick and was glued in place individually with some kind of black mortar, probably latex based.

It was a BEAR (no pun intended), to remove.

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But it was worth it because the Wife is happy.

This had her happy for a few years but wore off lol

old bathroom, man I hated that bathroom.

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I think I should be ok for a few more years, and since the Kitchen, Bathroom and Utility rooms are done I think I can relax a bit.
 
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Looks Great SQWIB!

That was always a popular color.

My Dad did ceramic tile for many years, and that was the color he did in our bathroom, for a model.

It was probably the color chosen by 70% of customers.

I forgot the name---Oatmeal maybe?

LOL---Then if you go back to the 50s & 60s, he was installing plastic tile.

The most popular color for bathrooms was "Dusty Road"----YUCK !!!!-----It was Pink, with white swirls in it.

That's going back a few years!

Keep up the great work SQWIB !

Thanks for the views,

Bear
 
Looks great man - now maybe you can get back to the smoker LOL
 
Looks Great SQWIB!

That was always a popular color.

My Dad did ceramic tile for many years, and that was the color he did in our bathroom, for a model.

It was probably the color chosen by 70% of customers.

I forgot the name---Oatmeal maybe?

LOL---Then if you go back to the 50s & 60s, he was installing plastic tile.

The most popular color for bathrooms was "Dusty Road"----YUCK !!!!-----It was Pink, with white swirls in it.

That's going back a few years!

Keep up the great work SQWIB !

Thanks for the views,

Bear


That's why we try to go with Wood and earthtones,...never seems to go out of style
Looks great man - now maybe you can get back to the smoker LOL
Damn straight, gonna do some appetizers for the daughters graduation party, (8th grade).

Told the wife I was going to fire up the smoker the day of the party and she said, "Your not firing up the smoker on her party", my reply was, "I wasn't asking"...ooooh!, getting a bit cocky since the kitchen is almost completed, plus when I told her I was doing the Buffalo Drumsticks, she agreed, she knew how much the kids liked them!
 
Nice job! Now if only I could finish my kitchen it has only been 3 months...
 
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