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Old 03-30-2009, 01:22 PM   #1
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Pics of my cabinets

I have a request for pictures of the cabinets in my '74 Tradewind. Here are a couple of the cabinetry before I installed the bamboo flooring. I can't get pictures of the current state for a few days...

Okay, here goes...I haven't done this with my new computer, so my apologies if it doesn't work!
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Old 03-30-2009, 01:30 PM   #2
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That looks really nice! I like the long pulls, and your big fridge, too. Thanks for posting! -tim
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Old 03-30-2009, 01:43 PM   #3
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Great Job!

The pictures came out super. You've got it looking like a 2009 inside.

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That does look nice!!! I like the pantry.

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Great looking Cabinets

That looks great......like the clean lines......what is your countertop? paula
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Old 03-30-2009, 04:08 PM   #6
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Really looks great!

Can you provide the source for the drawer pulls? They look fantastic!
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Old 03-30-2009, 05:40 PM   #7
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Gorgeous. We all know they look even better in person than they do in the pictures.
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Those are beautiful cabinets. From the pictures the quality looks A+!!
Your cabinets look better than my 2008 trailer.
Looks like "real wood" rather than the laminated stuff in my CCD.
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Old 03-30-2009, 08:35 PM   #9
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Hi Paula, The countertop is a laminate like Formica... I don't remember the brand. It is a silver aluminum look... I am happy with how it turned out. I also used the same material for the panels on my old fridge doors... Pam

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Old 03-30-2009, 08:40 PM   #10
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Hey, I don't know the brand of the pulls, but I purchased them at Lewis Company in Portland Oregon where I bought the Rev-a-Shelf pantry...

Thank you to everyone for the compliments. The cabinets do look great. My friend made them for me with maple and I finished them with linseed oil. I have had some problems with warping and have had to have some fixes, but all in all they are great. Heavy, but pretty! He did a very good job....

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Can you provide the source for the drawer pulls? They look fantastic!
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Beautiful cabinets. The factory has nothing on you!!!
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They look grand....enjoy

Thanks for the information.....the cabinets/countertops look fabulous....we are using a single sink in our renovation as well....I hope we like it as much as we think we will.......enjoy...paula
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Gosh, here I am brute-forcing my aluminum cabinets in my Sovereign and then I happen on this gorgeous kitchen. I am very glad to see it, as I am not going to repeat the aluminum in the Safari, which is the next project.

Congratulations on superb work!

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It looks maaavelous!

The pulls are available at Hafele and most other large cabinet hardware supply companies, and, I believe the company you refered to is Louis and Company. They have a lot of outlets in the western US. They also have pulls that are similar to yours, but bow-shaped, in various sizes. The advantage being that you cannot catch your clothes on them. How do I know this?

I work in the cabinet industry, and I have the same pulls in my office as you have in your AS.

I've ruined two pairs of pants and a sweater on those pulls

Be careful, Rich

Hey, Pamelake, how do you keep the pantry closed during travel? I'm looking for a creative solution for that myself.
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