Kitchen Cabinets and Stucco Almost Done

No one was working on our house when we got there. Andy wanted to measure the wall of the garage to make sure the trellis I ordered would fit. There’s plenty of room.

I changed my trellis decision after the landscaper told me that one mounted on a wall would not work.  The plants won’t climb it properly or prosper. ( But what about espaliered plants and ivy? They grow on walls.)  I really like this one better anyway. No spikes on top. They could have made the picture a little more attractive if they really wanted to sell it.

The cabinet installers must have been there earlier in the morning. All the cabinets were in and the doors were hung, except the one over the fridge.  There must have been a problem, maybe missing doors.

Here is a look over the counter at the stove wall.

I had said that the kitchen would be a lot smaller after the cabinets were installed.  Actually, it is bigger than I was expecting.

I also said yesterday that the plasterers were done.  Today I noticed that they still have the upper portion of the east wall to go. My running commentary is not so accurate.

8 thoughts on “Kitchen Cabinets and Stucco Almost Done

  1. cas olverson August 27, 2017 / 4:53 pm

    as they say on Fb, “Like” 😉


  2. Peter's pondering August 27, 2017 / 5:33 pm

    Up to date again on your commentary. They really are doing a great job.


  3. takinbetz August 27, 2017 / 6:13 pm

    If you are not planning on being present all year long, I would be very careful about your landscaping. It takes a lot of work in Florida to keep plants/bushes/trellises/anything that grows under control and when you leave and come back, you will be surprised at the work you will have to do. Keep it simple. You can always add later. I am constantly tearing out and simplifying my grounds and it still can get overwhelming. Look forward to your next installment.


    • Dinata Misovec August 27, 2017 / 8:04 pm

      Thanks Betsy. I have been trying to keep that in mind. I’ll see how well I’ve done in a year or so.


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