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The leg/box idea is great. I started designing a...

The leg/box idea is great. I started designing a box with a grille front and a diagnoal partition inside to direct the air forward. I'm trying to decide now if there's a way to either totally cover...
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Legs for boosting up a pantry cabinet.

Happy new year everybody,

First project of the year is to resolve my new pantry cupboard that evidently is too close to the heat register. It's filling up with warm air - which I don't think is...
10-26-16, 10:21 AM
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Update chippendale dressers or naw?

I've had my mother's dressers since I was a kid. I've always regarded them as kind of dowdy. Looks like tiger maple, two knobs are missing. there's also a little crackle on one surface thanks to a...
08-15-16, 11:04 AM
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Brian - Thanks for the response addressing the...

Brian - Thanks for the response addressing the cabinet leg. Wasn't even sure what to call the problem. Moving the uppers is more work than I can commit to with my health / work schedule / budget.
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08-15-16, 07:15 AM
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Chandler that looks really nice. Over the...

Chandler that looks really nice.

Over the weekend I picked up a tip that it's OK to use any floor-rated tile that doesn't pillow for the countertop. Then a couple options occurred to me:...
08-10-16, 01:01 PM
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Posted By PatNY138

Countertops: tile, butcher block or ?

Hello I'm stuck trying to decide what countertop material for two different counters.

Counter A (see pics) is cheap laminate with a rounded front and a backsplash that hits just under the window...
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