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"A designer knows when he has reached perfection not when there is nothing left to add but when there is nothing left to take away."

Antione de Sainte-Exupery

mom's kitchen doors after they were rained on

Do y’all remember when I was remodeling my kitchen (way back in 2014) when I was in the process of painting cabinet doors and drawer fronts, and I left some out over night to dry, only for them to be rained on? I had hope that they could be salvaged, but after everything dried, the corbels were all warped and cracked, and the center panels on the doors were swollen around the edges. Well, I’m hoping and praying that I don’t have a repeat of that. I spent eight days (from Tuesday of last week to Tuesday of this week) building brand new cabinet doors and drawer fronts for my mom’s kitchen. I knew I was racing against the weather, because after several days of gorgeous weather, there was a 100% chance of rain in the forecast for yesterday. So we got all of the building, priming, sanding, and caulking finished up on Tuesday evening, and then because I knew rain was coming, I stacked all of the doors right up against the back wall of my mom’s house under her covered patio. I even put down some 1″ x 2″ lumber on the ground, and then put the doors […]

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mom's kitchen doors after they were rained on

Do y’all remember when I was remodeling my kitchen (way back in 2014) when I was in the process of painting cabinet doors and drawer fronts, and I left some out over night to dry, only for them to be rained on? I had hope that they could be salvaged, but after everything dried, the corbels were all warped and cracked, and the center panels on the doors were swollen around the edges. Well, I’m hoping and praying that I don’t have a repeat of that. I spent eight days (from Tuesday of last week to Tuesday of this week) building brand new cabinet doors and drawer fronts for my mom’s kitchen. I knew I was racing against the weather, because after several days of gorgeous weather, there was a 100% chance of rain in the forecast for yesterday. So we got all of the building, priming, sanding, and caulking finished up on Tuesday evening, and then because I knew rain was coming, I stacked all of the doors right up against the back wall of my mom’s house under her covered patio. I even put down some 1″ x 2″ lumber on the ground, and then put the doors […]

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