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Thursday, January 28, 2010

FINISHED BUT NOT DONE

It's been over 2 months since our last mini kitchen renovation got done. Ralph wanted it done as soon as we moved in this house but due to financial reason we had to wait. Finally late last year we were able to get everything done. We shopped around at first at different places and getting quotes for our kitchen counter as well as the flooring. It was good that Ralph and I agree on the new flooring we were going to get and he was gracious enough to give in about the color paint in the kitchen. We had a rough time looking for ceramic tiles to use for the back splash. There was just not enough selections, or so we thought. He was looking in the wrong section. I didn't give up and kept looking and looking at this one store until I finally saw something we both liked. A lot of things like little knick knacks here and there still need to be added in the kitchen but we will get there. The important thing is that the major overhaul like the kitchen counter, flooring,painting and the back splash has already been done.

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chubskulit said...

That's one major reno that hubby is looking forward to. Masakit sa bulsa eh, we just got done with the installation of the tub.. Magastos diba, bath tub lang pinalitan but it cost us 4,500 wahhhhh.. Hay buhay.

David DeWall said...

It's feels good to have a project like that done. We have so many mini-projects to do since we moved to the Philippines. Good thing my brother-in-law that lives here is handy. Congratulations on your new kitchen!

 

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