I haven’t gotten really good pictures of it looking like a war zone, but you can see it now, sans flimsy cabinetry, 1BTU gas stove (we joked that it had 1BTU that it shared among all four burners), sink, dishwasher and the Sub Zero.
Oddly, Zak pointed out that it looked smaller than it did with stuff in it.
Oh, and that soffit is now gone. Which is great, because that opens up more room for cabinetry.
The truck is blocking our street, and they are offloading said cabinetry into our garage right now.
And, to the right, you can see the hole they cut into the wall to put in the built-in bookcases for the cookbook collection.
All of this the day before my birthday.
That is a heck of a birthday present!
I took a picture of the Sub-Zero’s new home–the laundry/utility room. They had a hell of a time moving the thing, but it forced me to take everything out and clean it, so no harm was done. And none of the guys was hurt or maimed in the moving of it–the thing is monstrous.
I am wondering if the lack of it is part of what is making the kitchen look smaller.
As more things happen, I will photograph and record them here.
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