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Live-ing on the Edge
Range hood test fit
The range hood is sprayed and test fit around the off-centred beam. Now to take it down, clear-coat it, and install the backsplash.
Notes from the hood
Making the range hood in the basement workshop. Finally those tall ceilings downstairs are showing their usefulness!
Milly learning how to make cookies. She did it all by herself and no one complained of any egg shells!
We used Envirotex Lite epoxy on the walnut island, and although the product worked amazingly well, the high-gloss is a bit 80’s for us! We have since flipped it over for a more natural and subdued satin finish. Still have to add posts at the end.
Mom and Dad F. converting the range from natural gas to propane.
Kitchen taking shape
Cabinets assembled and mostly installed, save for the upper corner cabinets. Live-edge Walnut island top (more on that in another post) on top of Allstyle custom cabinet doors and drawers on Ikea cabinet boxes. Island: Benjamin Moore Whispering Spring (pale blue) Walls: Benjamin Moore Agreeable Gray (greige) Bell lights: Pottery Barn Rustic Glass Pendant (Large) Island […]
This being our second full Ikea kitchen (along with a few bathrooms, mudrooms, and storage areas where we used their cabinets), assembly was very quick. The new Sektion assembly and hanging system are pretty slick and intuitive as well.