Yeah, not much more to show right now. Have pictures with walls with insulation showing. Then taped new drywall. Now the current yellow box with new tile floor.
Nice to floor shop with a guy who gets what its like to have animals. When I said "dog friendly, easy care" he went through the shop saying "Nope, too light, too slippery..." Happily, I still love the tile I chose - grey base with swirls and flecks of white and brown. Together with dark grout it should hide messes well!
It almost looks like my kitchen wall color, which is really yellow though...I have it paired with a roasted pepper red though. The cabinets look so good on it: unfinished oak cabinets I stained pecan and varnished.
Originally Posted by Mozart
Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.
How exciting! We completely gutted our kitchen last summer and got new everything (well, except for the fridge). I had a hard time, as I am no good at visualizing what anything will look like, but it all came together better than I thought! It really was so worth it! I did a photo log, so that we could monitor the whole process:
One tip is that you should make sure the bottom cabinet inside 90 degree corner bottoms above the kick plate are boarded over before installation (it's really hard to do after) on all cabinet bottoms so vermin, bugs, and household pets don't use it for a highway. Most cabinets in bathrooms have this too. If you look under the corner bottom you'll see there's a substantial hole, and I can't believe they don't seal it up at the builder's.
We discovered this awful fact when a friend's cat kept disappearing in her kitchen, and then we all noticed a huge fur ball caught on the cabinet bottom where the corner joint is.