The kitchen, just visible through this doorway, had its own set of constraints. Installing permanent lower cabinetry wasn't an option, since it could be completely destroyed in a flood. Instead, cabinets were custom designed and put on casters so they could be easily removed. This also meant that the cabinetry was considered furniture and could be taken out of the budget for FEMA accounting. How to install the sink was a head scratcher, but in the end Nelson permanently attached the sink counter to a wall with brackets and built the cabinet below to slide in and out on casters.