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John Morris

Shaker Style Vanity (Poplar)

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Pardon me for being technical, but it looks to me like it's still in the shop and faucetless or am I delusional?:rolleyes::P

 

BTW...It looks fantastic...That's a $1000 buck unit in a BORG and a 6 week wait to get it if you could then! Well done man!

Wishing you the best on Tuesday with the appraiser!

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7 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Pardon me for being technical, but it looks to me like it's still in the shop and faucetless or am I delusional?

I was waiting for someone to say that! :D

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17 minutes ago, clhyer said:

That looks super, John - and evidence of a "can-do" spirit to boot.

Cal

Thanks much for that Cal! It looks like a simple lil ol cabinet, but man it took some time over this past week!

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1 hour ago, John Morris said:

I was waiting for someone to say that! :D

Glad to do my small part:lol:

34 minutes ago, John Morris said:

Thanks much for that Cal! It looks like a simple lil ol cabinet, but man it took some time over this past week!

That's where the quality factor over-rides the design factor...or course once you get the drawers/fronts and doors installed the overall look will change...that and....

get it moved out of your shop:D:lol:

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NICE! 

I'm beginning to like the clean look of the white paint. You and the missus have vision and taste. 

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2 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

NICE! 

I'm beginning to like the clean look of the white paint. You and the missus have vision and taste. 

Thanks Gene, she has taste, I got's the hands to make her vision reality. I'm just a schmuck with a space full of tools, and I try to use them to make useful things, or firewood!

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4 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

get it moved out of your shop

I can tell nobody will believe me until I get a pic of the cabinet installed! OK. When I get in tonight, I'll have to get a shot and post it here.:D:P

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IT DID HAPPEN! :P

Edited by Chips N Dust

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1 minute ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Wow John, you have an awesome wife and kids for them to have moved it out of the shop and installed today while you were at work!

Man, this is one tough crowd.:(

:lol:

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5 minutes ago, Chips N Dust said:

IT DID HAPPEN! :P

Just like the M & M guys, they do really exist!

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2 minutes ago, John Morris said:

Just like the M & M guys, they do really exist!

And Bigfoot, and Aliens

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Just now, Chips N Dust said:

And Bigfoot, and Aliens

But, but, I got pictures!

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nice..

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