Friday, January 16, 2009

Baby It's Cold Outside. And Inside


Another day of wiring, plus the doorway/pass-through was dry walled. It's very, very, very, very cold; below zero temps. The thermostat is right outside of the kitchen, and with the garage door being opened and closed all day bringing things in and out, my furnace is in overdrive.



At the end of the day the base cabinets were brought in. The two corner lazy susan units wouldn't fit through the door, so the window was removed (did I mention it's sub zero?), and the came in that way. Since they are actually made of WOOD, they are very heavy. The doors were removed to make them easier to carry and lift over the window. I helped a little.



Holes and grids for the recessed lighting which should be going into today.



The pass-through. I will still be able to see the garden from the kitchen. When the curtains unfreeze from the windows....
The exhaust vent is apparently still enjoying it's cruise from Italy and has not yet been located. Fortunately they were able to e-mail me the installation instructions so planning could be done accordingly.
I've also got a wacky, as far as I know, never been done before idea, for the storage wall next to the range. I'm working on the logistics.

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