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Scoville DeVille

Member Since 26 Jun 2011
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In Topic: Kitchen Nightmares - Pookie gets a new kitchen

Today, 06:47 PM

1 piece of toast, 37 loads of laundry. Something doesn't seem quite right. :rofl: :rofl:

In Topic: Kitchen Nightmares - Pookie gets a new kitchen

Today, 06:39 PM

BTW, I have always been a fan of the European kitchen/laundry set up. So practical but hasn't really caught on here in the US. I always wonder about these brand new McMansions we work on where the people have to get the laundry, walk down the hall (past the 1000 sq ft kitchen), and downstairs to the laundry room. It's like they purposely put the laundry room as far away as possible from where it should be. I'm not sure of what your total home square footage is but I know in small homes like in NY, it's pretty popular to have your laundry in the kitchen. So you not only got a new kitchen but laundry as well. That's what we call here in Twisp a "twofer". (Two-fer-one) LMAO

In Topic: Kitchen Nightmares - Pookie gets a new kitchen

Today, 06:16 PM

 
I read that back and realized I called you scoville not scovie I think it means you are not here enough :lol:
 


Completely reasonable. Ha!

In Topic: Kitchen Nightmares - Pookie gets a new kitchen

Today, 06:14 PM

The tile looks good to me! Time for another re-wine.... :drunk:. :lol:

My bathroom was in worse condition than pookies kitchen. Finally got it all redone. Still haven't taken a bath in the $800soaking tub....But it's nice to know I can! :lol:


At least your bathroom was functional, you didn't need boots and a flashlight to go to the bathroom! :rofl:

In Topic: Kitchen Nightmares - Pookie gets a new kitchen

Today, 06:09 PM

No criticism here. Truely, the workmanship looks spot on. It was the pic with the packing blanket under the tools that told me the most. Woke tradespeople are few these days it seems. (I like to say WOKE).

One thing... and I NEVER say this.... I love your color choices! I do a lot of gad-awful weirdness that people come up with but that's just my personal choice. You and I have very similar taste it seems. Warm and semi-formal without being gaudy.

Smaller areas are trickier to layout but far more efficient and you don't have to spend a ton of money on nicer materials meaning, you can get nicer stuff because you don't need a lot of it. I really am happy for you and I know you have had to live with it that way for a long time. The teasing probably didn't help and I should apologize if I ever went too far with that. In the end tho, you won!

Way to go boss!


That picture of the f**ked up hexagon with hexagon tile gives me seizures. Thanks for that! :rofl:


Just "scoville" now? :mope: